3 Factors To Consider When Calculating Your Home’s Value

When it comes time to sell your home, you will need to know how much to list it for. However, if you list it at the wrong price point, you risk either getting too little for the house or not getting any offers at all. Many people like to keep track of their home’s value even if they aren’t ready to sell.  Knowing your home’s value and subtracting how much you still owe you can tell you one factor in your “net worth” i.e. how much you own minus how much you owe. What can you do to accurately gauge the value of your property?

Modern Housing Hacks to Get a New House- Cheap

One of the most effective ways to build wealth is to either own land or own a home. If you have both, you may be able to secure your financial future and that of generations to come. But houses are expensive and a major portion of the cost goes to the general contractor who oversees […]

More Than a Price Tag: How to Calculate the Overall Cost of Buying a Home

If only buying a home was as simple as buying a loaf of bread at the grocery store. Life sure would be easier. Imagine the price that you see on a home actually being the price you end up paying. As you likely know by now, that simply is not the case. Depending on where […]

4 Insightful Ways to Start the Home-Buying Process

The home buying process should be a fun and interesting one whether you are shopping for your first home or have gone through it several times before. The internet, smartphones and virtual tours have changed the way that people shop for homes these days. How can modern technology aid in your home search and provide valuable insights along the way?

More Than a Fixer-Upper: 5 Major Issues That Will Kill Your Home Sale

Though many people want a move-in ready home, others are willing to buy a house that needs a little work to get a break on the price and a chance to build equity. However, there’s a big difference between a fixer-upper and a money pit so the majority of buyers require a professional home inspection before completing the sale. Here are four major issues that can spook buyers or kill your final home sale price.

6 Reasons Investing In Real Estate Can Be a Good Idea

Investing in real estate got a bit of a bad reputation during the crash of 2008. But investing in real estate is a great way to diversify your investment portfolio, Here are six reasons why you should consider investing in real estate.

What First-Time Home Buyers Should Know

Making the decision to buy a home can be both exciting and frightening at the same time. There are many considerations to be accounted for before you even sign the papers. Since this is likely the biggest purchase you have ever made, it’s important to do it right to prepare for the future. Consider the type of home you want to buy, decide on a budget and stick with it, understand that the searching and buying process can be a long and arduous task, and be sure that buying is the best option before you go in. Here are some other good tips to get you started.

What You Need to Know About Real Estate Investing

Historically, real estate has been one of the most solid investments to consider. But in 2008 real estate got a huge “Black Eye”. Personal and commercial properties can offer excellent opportunities for investors. But as in many things timing is everything.