You need to find someone that will help and guide you through the entire process. We have identified a few traits to help you recognize when you have found a true and valuable real estate agent and not just another crook that will only see you as a walking dollar sign.
Buying a home for the first time can be intimidating. Several resources are available to help buyers get through the process without a hassle. Real estate advisors, mortgage lenders and lawyers can all provide helpful advice. However, first-time buyers should also be wary of some of the most common setbacks during a purchase process.
Investing in the American dream is a reality. If you’re reading this, you’re probably thinking of the United States as a new home. The best way to do so temporarily or definitively has a lot to do with the E2 Visa and the EB5 Visa.
Millennials aren’t news anymore. Yet, their impact on every market and business remains a huge conversation starter. Young people between the ages of 20 and 35 are taking over real estate crowdfunding by financing the real estate construction sector and then proceeding to convert into sales. Thus recovering the investment.
After you graduate and begin your career, your first and only priority is often yourself. Once you begin your own family, however, they become your priority. You start searching for the best location to raise your children: family-friendly and safe neighborhoods, great schools, recreation, and even your own job security become important factors. If you were to guess a state that families would absolutely love, would Florida come up?
If not, here are some reasons why you should definitely consider Florida as one of the best states to raise your kids.
Flipping houses is a term used when a real estate investor buys a property with the sole purpose of reselling it in the short-term to make a profit (“flip it”). Usually, it involves renovations to increase the value of the home, but it’s not mandatory. The usual scenario we find in the flipping market is straight forward: an investor buys a property that needs some renovations, and after the work is done, he sells the house for a profit. Sounds good right? Well, it involves a little bit more than that.
When people buy a property, a house, or an apartment, they do it for a myriad of reasons. Half of them are logical or rational and the rest is emotional