Weekly Real Estate

March 7, 2020

What Renovations Give The Best Returns For Your Home?

When looking to get the most for your dollar with renovations, it is important and a crucial step to finding the right ways of renovation for your property. There are hundreds of things to be renovated and updated in any home to make it feel like a brand new home ...

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Feb. 26, 2020

Renting Versus Buying A Home

The decision of whether to rent or own a home is one of the largest life decisions most people will make. The rent vs. buying debate is never ending because both sides have valid points, which is why it can be quite confusing. Often times the bias is more likely ...

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Feb. 6, 2020

How Can I Finance A Fixer Upper?

A fixer upper in real estate is considered a house that would require repair and remodel before it can be lived in. These types of homes are popular among buyers who want to renovate a house and build some sweat equity. It can be very profitable if you take the ...

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Jan. 25, 2020

Multiple Units

 

If you are looking to invest in real estate, you may want to look at the option called multiple units or MDU (multi-dwelling units) as they create a more stable return. These units are typically built either side-by-side or one on top of each other. Apartment building or multiple ...

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Jan. 6, 2020

How To Prepare For 2020 Home-Shopping House Tours

 

If you have thought about buying a new home for a while, this spring season in 2020 is the perfect time to do so! Since all the presents are altogether opened, all the New Year festivity has been cheered up and finally, the time has come to prepare yourself ...

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Dec. 21, 2019

How Are Payments Calculated?

 

        

Do you wonder what exactly you are paying with a mortgage payment? This article is for you. We are going to discuss how mortgage payments are calculated. Mortgage payments include payments to the base loan amount, annual property taxes, interest for the loan and homeowners ...

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Dec. 4, 2019

What Is A Foreclosure

 

     

In order for someone to go through a foreclosure, they will have to miss a couple of mortgage payments in a row and then the bank will begin the process. The time frame can be different but typically if someone misses two or three payments, a ...

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Nov. 20, 2019

How To Save Enough Money To Buy A Home

         

It is possible to buy a house even if you have a lower income by using some effective strategies. Don’t think that it is impossible although you have to be honest with yourself, then you'll be able to accomplish whatever you want.
The following ...

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Nov. 6, 2019

Tips To Sell Your Home From Aaron Lewis

If you are thinking about selling your home, what condition do you plan to put your home on the market in? I am here today with Aaron Lewis who is a fantastic home inspector with BPG inspections and one preferred inspectors when inspecting our homes. He will share useful tips ...

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Oct. 17, 2019

How Do You Count Experience?

When you are looking to hire someone to represent you, you want to make sure they are experienced. What exactly does that mean in real estate? One of the main things many folks ask is: how long have you been in the business? Well, if you’ve been in the business ...

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