While it certainly is exciting to build a custom home, it is also overwhelming. Since there are a variety of custom home builders and they may or may not have guides to help one through the process, it pays to get organized before the initial meeting. With all the decisions to make it’s a great… Continue reading Building a Custom Home This Year? Make Sure Things Go Smoothly!
With the Internet realm overflowing with social sharing sites like Facebook, Twitter, Vine and Pinterest, some may have overlooked the ability of a social resource to be more than just a personal space for individuals. Instagram, though popular among the 21st century population, is one social resource whose marketing potential many tend to neglect. There… Continue reading Selling Your Home Via Instagram
When I was 16, my father sent me on a trip to Europe. Over 11 days, I traveled on my own, visiting Brussels, Amsterdam, Luxembourg, Cologne, Paris, Rome and London. Traveling to a foreign country means you have to be ready to work. You have to understand how each country works and pick up enough… Continue reading 92 Million Reasons to Invest in Housing
Although, the vast majority of home buyers, take advantage of some sort of financing, usually, using a Mortgage, we often witness, what is referred to, as a Cash Sale, or a No – Contingency Purchase. Many times, these terms are used, interchangeably, because, real estate agents, are simply, trying to indicate, there will be, no… Continue reading 4 Cash, Versus, Contingency, Home Sales Differences
We are currently, undergoing, a period of time, when, mortgage interest rates, are, at, or, near record lows, for a significant period of time. This creates, a series of ramifications, and impacts, when it comes to real estate, especially, as it comes, to creating demand, and, the ability of potential buyers, to buy a home!… Continue reading 5 Ways Low Interest Rates Impact The Real Estate Market
A large percentage of the financial assets, in the United States, are invested in some form/ forms of real estate. For most Americans, the value of their family home, represents their single – biggest, financial asset. In addition, some of the other real estate vehicles, used, include: personal housing; owner, and/ or, non – owner,… Continue reading The Essential MAPS Of Real Estate
Are you in search of an apartment that you need to rent while you don’t have enough finances to buy your own space? Various families tend to rent apartments in the meantime prior to that and can save enough money to purchase a dwell and seek the help of a credit or loan. Finding rented… Continue reading Few Tips To Consider Before Freezing On Your Preferred Rented Apartment
With the main goal of a Rental Investment Property being to make money, tax depreciation and tax deductions will be the main income after the rental payments received. This is the year to do as much as we can to help your Landlords with their investment property! All of us, no matter what we do… Continue reading Property Management 101 – Make This The Year For Helping Investors
The construction industry is a large and messy one. Even the smallest construction site can end with a large and daunting mess that needs to be cleaned up. In order to efficiently and effectively clean a construction site, follow this simple checklist to make sure nothing is left unclean. This checklist is a great tool… Continue reading Residential Construction Site Cleanup Checklist
When you make that first visit to a real estate broker, you will be asked: “Have you been to the bank?” or “Have you talked to a mortgage broker?” It’s surprising how many people reply defensively: “Why are you asking? I have the money!” Perhaps these prospective clients think the question is too personal and… Continue reading Financial Secrets: How Much Do You Disclose to Your Broker?