Tag: Real Estate

Important Tips To Help Kids Adjust To The Move

Important Tips To Help Kids Adjust To The Move

August 16, 2019 |

Moving takes a certain amount of adjustment. Kids of all ages may need a little help getting used to the new environment. Help kids adjust to the move by keeping the following in mind.

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Should You Brace For A Potential Market Downturn Next Year?

Should You Brace For A Potential Market Downturn Next Year?

August 15, 2019 |

Don’t panic, a looming recession may be good news for those wanting to sell their homes. The experts say this recession may happen in 2020, so there is still plenty of time to make plans for how to deal with a potential economic downturn.

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A $400,000 Profit From Flipping A Single House?

A $400,000 Profit From Flipping A Single House?

August 14, 2019 |

Flipping homes is popular once again. It took about eight years after the Great Recession that started in 2006 for home prices to rebound to the levels seen before the recession. Then, by 2016, in many areas, home prices started to rapidly increase.

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How Important Is The Land Around A Potential Home?

How Important Is The Land Around A Potential Home?

August 13, 2019 |

When viewing a potential home, how much consideration should you give to the surrounding land?

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4 Simple Tips To Make Sure Your Home Smells Inviting

4 Simple Tips To Make Sure Your Home Smells Inviting

August 9, 2019 |

As a diligent home seller, you’ve taken all your real estate agent’s advice about preparing your home for showings. You’ve de-cluttered, enhanced curb appeal and developed efficient strategies for leaving your home while viewings are taking place.

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How To Find Motivated Sellers In Your Real Estate Market

How To Find Motivated Sellers In Your Real Estate Market

August 8, 2019 |

Bargains in real estate may come from identifying motivated sellers who are willing to let a property go for less than it is really worth. Real estate investors who acquire properties at a discount from current market value enhance their success by increasing their profit potential. Real estate agents who list properties owned by motivated sellers increase their chances to sell a property quickly and have happy sellers who might refer them in the future.

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New York Penthouse Sells For $238 Million – Is This A Real Estate Bubble About To Burst?

New York Penthouse Sells For $238 Million – Is This A Real Estate Bubble About To Burst?

August 7, 2019 |

The most expensive home sold in America, so far, was a New York penthouse that sold for $238 million in January 2019. It is on the top of a building that overlooks Central Park. The 26-story luxury condo building designed by Robert A. M Stern is nearly all sold out.

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Why Do People Stage Homes To Sell?

Why Do People Stage Homes To Sell?

August 2, 2019 |

If you’re selling your home, your real estate agent has likely advised you to stage your home to sell. But why exactly do people stage homes to sell? Some people go to great lengths to stage their home too, even going so far as moving possessions into storage units or renting furnishings!

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What Is Eminent Domain?

What Is Eminent Domain?

July 31, 2019 |

Eminent domain is a law that gives the federal, state, county, and municipal governments in the United States the legal right to “condemn” property and then seize it to allow its use for development. Eminent domain is supposed to be used by the government at the various levels to do things for the public benefit, such as to build new roads or construct new public schools.

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The Community Reinvestment Act Explained In Simple Terms

The Community Reinvestment Act Explained In Simple Terms

July 30, 2019 |

The federal government adopted the Housing and Community Development Act in 1977, and the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) portion was designed to prompt lending institutions to provide mortgages for low- and moderate-income Americans. The underlying reasoning for the CRA was to discourage discriminatory lending practices that inhibited low-income communities and neighborhoods.

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