Buying a home and taking out a mortgage have essentially become synonymous over the years. Almost everyone takes out a loan to purchase a house, but that doesn’t mean you have to. It’s a wonderful feeling to be able to buy a house with cash, and, regardless of your income, you might actually be able… [Read More]
When it comes to real estate negotiations, nothing is more important than leverage. The individual with the leverage is the individual who will ultimately come away with a more favorable outcome (assuming they’re able to couple the leverage with patience). From a buyer’s perspective, nothing gives you more leverage than knowing that a seller is… [Read More]
When you got married and purchased your first home with your spouse, you probably didn’t scrutinize every little detail. You were just excited to call something your own, so the fact that it was a starter house with little quirks didn’t matter. You knew you’d be moving on in a handful of years. Well, now… [Read More]
When you purchase a home and sign the documents at the closing table, you walk away feeling a great sense of relief. The search is over and you finally “own” a home. But want to know a dirty little secret? You don’t really own the home. Sure, your name is on the title, but you… [Read More]
When you enter the home buying process, you need a game plan. There’s something to be said for leaving your options open but failing to plan is a major mistake. Not only could you miss out on finding your dream home, but you could also make a bad choice and end up purchasing a house… [Read More]
The home-buying process can evoke a broad spectrum of emotions. There’s excitement, anticipation, stress, anxiety, fear, and everything in between. These emotions swirling around in your head add to the challenge of making smart, disciplined decisions. In fact, they frequently drive people to commit huge errors they end up regretting for years after.
You’re a lifetime renter who has jumped from apartment to apartment over the years, looking for the best deals. All of your friends have gradually become homeowners and you’ve always wondered when the time will be right for you. But homeownership isn’t something you jump into because everyone else is doing it. You have to… [Read More]
Real estate is considered one of the safest modes of investment; people will always need homes, and prices for real estate have historically risen reliably, year after year, for many decades. However, there’s more than one way to invest in real estate, and some ways are more profitable than others.
If you’re thinking about buying a new home, you’re probably at least vaguely aware that your timing is everything. Home prices fluctuate constantly, in response to many variables – the economy, the housing market specifically, and various neighborhood conditions – so submitting a bid on a home at the right time could make your investment… [Read More]
Investing in property in the Houston and Katy areas requires extra skill and savvy. Naturally, you’ll be looking for a property that’s going to be profitable, but investments in this region can easily turn into money pits. These are the primary considerations when you pursue real estate profits here.
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