Real Estate Investment: Three Telltale Signs You’re Not Cut Out to Be a Landlord

March 22nd, 2017|

The idea of purchasing a property and having renters can be an exciting business venture that offers lucrative financial rewards. However, there's a lot involved in being a successful landlord and it's important to be aware of what's required before making the commitment. Whether you're investing in one rental property or five, here are some questions you should ask yourself before getting involved.

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Making the Grade: How to Research Local Schools Before Buying Your Next Home

March 10th, 2017|

There are so many things involved in moving into a new home in a different neighborhood that it can be easy to forget about the proximity of many nearby amenities. If you're wondering how you can find out more about the local school, let the following tips be your guide.

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Buying Small, Living Large: 4 Big Pros to Buying a Smaller House or Condo

March 8th, 2017|

Are you on the hunt for a more efficient living space? Whether you're a first-time buyer or downsizing from a larger home, buying small can still mean living big. Let's explore four positives to living in a smaller, more intimate house or condo.

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Feeling ‘Priced Out’ of Your Local Market? Here’s How You Can Still Buy a Great New Home

March 7th, 2017|

If you're trying to buy a new home, few things are more frustrating than a hot real estate market. When home prices are climbing fast it can feel like you'll never be able to save enough for your down payment. In today's post we'll share a few ways that you can get in - even if you're feeling priced out.

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Buyer’s Remorse: 3 Things You Should Never Say When You’re Negotiating to Buy a Home

February 14th, 2017|

The prospect of finding the home you've always dreamed of can be such an exciting prospect that it's easy to forget all about the process of negotiating. However, it's important to keep a few things to yourself when it comes to the art of making the deal. If you're currently searching for the right place and are preparing to sign on the dotted line, here are a few phrases it's best to avoid.

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Buying Real Estate vs. Buying Stocks: Here’s Why a Home Should Be Your Priority

February 8th, 2017|

Once you're done with debt and you've started to save, it's commonly the case that you'll start hearing about the risks and rewards of investing in stocks or real estate. Unfortunately, it can be difficult for many people to know what type of investment is going to work better for them down the road. If you're currently considering what you should put your money into, here are some reasons you may want to turn to real estate.

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Thinking About Buying a ‘Fixer Upper’? Here’s What You Need to Know

February 2nd, 2017|

With all of the home renovation and fixer-upper shows on television, the idea of completely renovating and re-doing an old home can seem like an enticing premise. Unfortunately, investing in the wrong fixer-upper can mean an awful lot of expenditure without the added financial rewards. Whether you're considering investing down the road or are ready to dive in, here are a few things to consider first.

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4 Websites to Help You Evaluate the Safety of Your Future Neighborhood

January 26th, 2017|

When you're just moving into a neighborhood, it can be hard to know exactly what you're getting into. Certainly, you can see the sights for yourself and read about your new community online, but there are still things that may not be readily available. If you're looking for the cold, hard facts on the safety of your neighborhood, look no further than the following websites for the things you'll want to know.

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