2020

Preparing to Own Rental Properties

Owning a rental property can be a valuable source of income, but these properties can involve more than individuals may first assume. As a result, they can be intimidating or overwhelmed by this process if they are not aware of some basic answers. Will You Have To Oversee All Of The Responsibilities Of Renting To Tenants? A common assumption about owning rental properties is that the owner will always have to personally oversee the maintenance work, renter screening, and other steps involved with owning rental properties. Read More 

Getting Ready To Meet With Your Real Estate Agent

Buying your first house is likely to be one of the most complicated and expensive purchases that you will make during your life. Not surprisingly, new home buyers can easily find themselves feeling intimidating by the process. In particular, the first meeting with a real estate agent can be a stressful experience, but it is still possible to be prepared for this meeting despite having never purchased a home before.   Read More 

The Benefits Of Going With A One-Percent Listing Agent

Are you looking to sell a piece of real estate in the near future? If so, one thing you are probably thinking a lot about right now is which local real estate agent to hire. While there are of course many great options out there, one possibility you might want to consider would be to hire an agent that only takes a 1% listing commission. Here is why a real estate agent that provides a low listing fee may be the way to go. Read More 

How to Find Real Estate Properties for Sale

Do you need a new home—right now? If you're not sure where to start the search, take a look at some tips for finding real estate properties for sale. Hire a Real Estate Agent Are you a first-time homebuyer? Before you try a do-it-yourself approach to house hunting, talk to a qualified real estate agent. The agent can help you to understand what you really want. What may seem like your dream home may really have flaws. Read More 

Three Ways To Know If A Discount Real Estate Agent Is Right For You

If you are interested in investing in a home or real estate property or selling the one you already own, then you most likely have encountered issues budgeting the whole process while accounting for the standard 3–6% fee real estate agents earn. If so, then you may be interested in discount real estate agents. These agents typically offer lower rates and are a good choice for those that don't need anything extra from their real estate agent, are willing to forgo extra services for lower expenses, and even those that essentially want to sell their home without a real estate agent. Read More