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Where To Start? Your First Steps To Home Ownership

30 October 2018
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you are about to call yourself a first-time homeowner, it helps to take things slowly to avoid mistakes. The baby steps listed below will help you make sense of the sometimes confusing path to finding and buying a home. Read on to learn more. 1. Save up a down payment – Not all loans require a down payment, but the more you can save up the greater your chances of a loan approval.
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3 Things To Consider When Buying Investment Properties

30 October 2018
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Whether it's a fixer-upper or a property that you plan on renting out, real estate can be a great investment. It can also be a risky investment if you don't do your research. Investment property, especially rentals, are a great way to bring in regular income. The trick is to choose properties that are in high-demand areas for renters or that are likely to make you a tidy profit after being sold.
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Three Methods For Selling A House For Cash Quickly

29 October 2018
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Selling a house can be a fast endeavor, but when there is financing to deal with, the process can take a longer amount of time. Having to wait for the bank to approve the loan and waiting around for the right documents to be submitted turns home selling into a waiting game. Sometimes the loan can fall through, which means that you have to start the selling process at the drawing board.
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Multiple Offers: Can Buyers Make More Than One Offer At A Time?

29 October 2018
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

We've all heard the term "multiple offers" and it usually means a home has more than one party interested in buying it. There is another way to use that term, however, and it involves buyers instead of sellers. Read on to find out if a buyer can make multiple offers and what might happen if they do. Why Make Multiple Offers? In a hot real estate market, the first buyer to make an acceptable offer can win the chance to buy the home.
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Choosing A Home That Will Appreciate Over Time

Although many renters are in a hurry to get out of the rental cycle and to move into the joy of home ownership, there are a lot of things to consider before you make the transition. In addition to calculating your monthly spending, it can also be overwhelming to manage a property, which is why working with a real estate agent and having your finger on the pulse of the market is so crucial. I began working hard to choose a home that would appreciate in value, and within a few days, I was able to find a place that I felt great about. I wanted to start a new website that centered around real estate, so here you are.

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