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Can The Internet Be Your Agent?

The number of consumers that go online each year to research at least a portion of a new home search is steadily growing year after year. As the internet gains an even bigger foothold in the United States, its use is likely to steadily grow and accomplish much of that growth in unexpected areas. One of those areas has been the selling of property online...

 


Your Showing: Beyond The Basics

Cleaning is perhaps the most crucial part of a successful showing. When communicating the value and uniqueness of your home, dirty clothes in the laundry room and stains in the carpet will cut you off at the knees every time. However, while most people think to clean a property and remove clutter from areas of the house, there are some ways that a seller can go the extra mile to interest a potential buyer...

 
Picking Out The Perfect New Town

Moving to a new city or state will always be a difficult transition, no matter what kinds of precautions you take. Bundling up all of your worldly possessions into one big van and setting them down on the doorstep of a new home in a strange city will always be at least a bit of an awkward experience. However, picking the right city can be the difference between struggling mightily and simply working through the transition...

 
A Friend, A Home, A Mortgage

There comes a time over the course of any renter’s time in a particular piece of real estate where it seems that the payments are providing a great stream of income for a landlord but little for you. Indeed, as incomes begin to creep up and the ability to handle at least a portion of a mortgage becomes a possibility, more and more renters are beginning to feel that way and enlist a friend to make their home ownership dreams happen...

 
Find The Lowest Rate

So you’ve got your new home picked out and you’re ready to embark upon the long process of securing a home loan and ultimately taking ownership of your dream home. Armed with that excitement, you take to the Internet in hopes of uncovering a hidden interest rate nugget, that low rate that other people have overlooked and that you have found through persistence and effort...

 
Five Real Estate Investment Tips

There are countless tips on real estate investing available and this is by no means intended as a comprehensive list. While every investment has its own intricacies and problems that need to be worked out, there are some very basic aspects that are common to most investment properties...

 
Do The Fixer-Upper Math

Renovating homes has gotten a boat load of publicity over the past few years as a great way for prospective real estate investors to make great money over a short period of time. Hopefully, you’ve taken that message with a grain of salt as renovations can often take a lengthy period of time and selling the home for a big profit is never a guarantee...

 
Keep Your Cool on Undervalued Homes

The best possible scenario for a real estate investor is to find a home that is undervalued to be able to then turn around and sell it for a profit. Obviously, this can be a difficult prospect as real estate markets becoming increasingly clogged with willing investors, but what happens we you do find a possible target? How do you evaluate its viability? The real answer: keep your cool...

 
Keeping Your Fixer-Upper Cash Flow Under Control

While there are some real estate investors that pursue fixer-upper properties because they like the challenge, most are in it for one thing: the money. Getting the most out of your particular piece of real estate should be your only goal and should govern your actions well before signing on the dotted line or hammering down the first nail...

 
New Construction Homes Need Love Too

The process of developing new subdivisions as a unified building concept is now more prevalent than ever. In regions all around the country, new home builders are creating entire communities from scratch, building in a way to create a unified residential area and the profits that go along with that...

 
The Science of Market Analysis

The key question most home sellers ask at the beginning of the home selling process is simple. How much is my home worth? Determining that value takes a comparison technique that matches up your home with others in your immediate area that have recently sold with similar amenities. Any real estate agent will first develop a market analysis for your home to provide that price and the evidence behind it...

 
Prepayment Penalties Erode Your Worth

When a home buyer gets involved with buying a home, thoughts usually tend to center on staying in that home for a lengthy period of time, building both a family and equity. However, as we all know, your life can change in an instant and you never know when the next great job offer or life change will be presented, prompting you to leave town and seek a new beginning...

 
Stay Ahead of the Curve: Proactive Selling

As with anything else in life, becoming proactive in your pursuit of a particular goal will ultimately pay off. Everyone has heard the stories of men and women that took the reigns of their career and were able to rise through the ranks of their profession to a position of power...

 
Seller Financing the Safe Way

Before getting too far into some of the ways to protect yourself when pursuing seller financing as a way to get a higher price for your home and a nice return on some investment money, let me make it clear that a real estate lawyer or accountant should be consulted at all times when pursuing something like seller financing...

 
Release Your Equity: Home Owner Loans

Home owner loans attract all types of consumers with all types of reasons to free up some of the equity they have built up in their home for other uses. Perhaps you’re looking at taking at that once-in-a-lifetime European vacation or just need the cash to pay off the rest of a credit card or other debt...

 
The Financing Road Less Traveled

Over time, the availability of credit in the United States has grown and more and more people nowadays are able to take out lines of credit with little or no effort. There are certainly some ramifications to that, but one of the positive results of the country’s credit explosion has been the proliferation of financing options for prospective home buyers that stray from the traditional 80 percent financed, 20 percent down framework...

 
Is Your Home Sale Affected By Seasons?

Believe it or not, the answer is yes. The difference in selling a property in summer and selling it winter can go unnoticed by some sellers and some real estate agents, but there are some changes you can use to make your home show better in the winter than those that make no effort to change their strategy...

 
More Eyeballs, More Money

The process of selling your home can seem like a long process, but after you get through things like picking an agent, making any necessary repairs and pricing your property, you get to the most important stage of the process, actually selling the darn thing...

 
Preemptive Renovations: Protect Your Rental Property

The term fixer-upper common applies to properties that real estate investors purchase, improve and then sell on the open market for a profit. Too often, investors involved in rental properties ignore the concept of a fixer-upper as something that should only be explored by those looking to sell their properties...

 
People As Your Real Estate Resource

Information about the real estate industry is all around us. Between local newspaper real estate sections and the thousands of real estate-related web sites on the Internet, there are more resources for real estate information now than ever before. However, as these sources grow, the time spent by some prospective buyers and sellers with actual people decreases...


 

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