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Three Reasons Why It Is So Much Easier To Relocate As Military Personnel Now Than It Was Twenty Years Ago

19 January 2019
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

As a member of the military, you accept the fact that your career may take you all over the country, and possibly all over the world. While some people may have a hard time adjusting to this constant moving and never putting down roots, the good news is that it is now easier to relocate as military personnel than it was just twenty years ago. Here is why. ​More Real Estate Agencies Are Dedicated to Finding Military Personnel Homes
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3 Things to Check Before You Buy Property in a Foreign Country

17 January 2019
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you want to buy property outside of the US, there are a variety of things that you are going to have to do to make sure that you are going to be able to buy. What are some of the things that you need to do? Check Property Size Limitations One thing that you need to do is check out any limitations on property size that the country may have on foreigners owning property.
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Creative Storage Solutions For Renting A Furnished Apartment

16 January 2019
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you're renting out a small furnished apartment with limited space, you don't want potential tenants to feel it's lacking storage options. When choosing furniture pieces and shelving for the unit, get creative with the space solutions to attract the most renters. Apartments usually feature a closet in each bedroom and bathroom, but may not offer much for storage space than that. After filling the closets with clothes, shoes, towels, and other household items, your renters may not have room for much else.
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The Impact of Vacancy Cycles with Your Rental Property Business

16 January 2019
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

With rental properties, one of the key factors that will affect your profitability is the length of your vacancy cycles. A vacancy cycle refers to the amount of time between when one tenant moves out and the next tenant moves in. The goal with rental properties is to decrease this time span, as it can have a great impact on the profitability of your rental properties. Why you cannot avoid vacancy cycles
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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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