Forbes’ annual list of America’s fastest-growing cities provides a holistic picture of places on the upswing.
If you’re trying to sell your property yourself to a retail buyer, you’re in for a challenging ride. When you choose to go the For Sale By Owner route it’s likely you’ll encounter numerous issues.
Most sellers are used to dealing with realtors but have never had an exchange with a real estate investor.
When you work with a real estate investor, you’re working with a professional who does this for a living. They typically don’t use traditional financing, and will often make you a cash offer.
When it comes to closing a deal there’s no magic bullet, there’s no perfect script. No deal is ever the same because, in real estate, you’re dancing with people, and everybody is unique.
When it comes to real estate, how can you differentiate the deals from the REAL deals – you know, the one’s that graduate you from dabbler, to legitimate investor?
Foreclosures can be home run investments, but, if you don’t do your due diligence, they can just as easily be the investment you regret.
When you rent, your landlord will be part of your life. That said, it’s imperative you ask the right questions before entering into an agreement.
True, the American Dream sells home ownership as the ultimate benchmark of success, but it’s not true for everyone.
In a rent to own agreement, since you’re both a tenant and the future owner of the home, you’re expected take greater pride in the property.
Like all great agreements, renting to own is beneficial to both the seller and the buyer.
A lease option can work out beautifully for you as the buyer if you walk into the arrangement with your eyes open.