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10 Things to Do Before You Buy a New Construction Home

10 Things to Do Before You Buy a New Construction Home

June 16, 2022

The prospect of buying a new construction home can be exciting. Not only will you skip the tense process of touring an older home in search of the perfect property (or pondering the work you’ll have to put into an aging residence), you’ll also gain access to brand-new features, such as floors that have never… [Read More]

When is it Appropriate to Lower the Price of a Home You’re Selling

When is it Appropriate to Lower the Price of a Home You’re Selling?

June 14, 2022

Selling a house can be a stressful exercise, especially if you’re new to the process. A lot of money’s at stake and you may be motivated to sell the property as swiftly as possible so you can move to a new place with ample funds in hand. If your house doesn’t generate a lot of… [Read More]

How Long is Too Long for a Property to Remain Vacant

How Long is Too Long for a Property to Remain Vacant?

June 9, 2022

Rental properties can be extremely profitable. They enable you to earn hundreds of dollars a month while you also benefit from the long-term appreciation of the properties’ value. But that’s not always the case. If the space is vacant, you’re losing money instead of making it. You’re responsible for paying the expenses, such as maintenance… [Read More]

How to Make an Offer on a House

How to Make an Offer on a House

May 26, 2022

Chances are, your first home purchase is when you learn how to make an offer on a house. You either learn on the fly or you rely heavily on a real estate agent. But it’s worth investigating how to make a solid offer well in advance of showtime. This empowers you to comprehend the process… [Read More]

When Is the Best Time to Buy a House in Houston

When Is the Best Time to Buy a House in Houston?

May 24, 2022

A house purchase is a big decision. For most Americans, it’s the most expensive deal of their lives. So it’s crucial to get the location and the timing right. Let’s say you’ve settled on the Houston area. When’s the best time to buy? There’s no clear-cut answer to that, of course. But here are the… [Read More]

How to Buy Your First Rental Property in Houston

How to Buy Your First Rental Property in Houston

May 17, 2022

You might be looking for ways to expand your portfolio. Stocks and bonds are only scratching the surface for your financial future; there are more ways to create passive income that’ll help to diversify your sources of revenue. If you’ve hoped to minimize the risk of losses in your life, your research has probably led… [Read More]

6 Tips for Real Estate Investors in Down Markets

6 Tips for Real Estate Investors in Down Markets

May 10, 2022

As of this writing, we’re still in the middle of one of the most extended real estate booms in many years. Home prices have soared for more than a decade (and have become even hotter over the past two to three years). The same goes for rental rates, which have climbed so high in certain… [Read More]

How to Apply for a Mortgage When You’re an Independent Contractor

How to Apply for a Mortgage When You’re an Independent Contractor

May 5, 2022

In the two years since the start of the pandemic, many people have found themselves out of a job. More than 114 million people in the United States started searching for another way to make ends meet. Companies had to find ways to keep their business afloat, often with alternative staffing. This caused a major… [Read More]

9 Tips for First-Time Home Buyers in Austin, Texas

9 Tips for First-Time Home Buyers in Austin, Texas

May 3, 2022

We can’t tell you how many people have come to us saying they’re tired of paying rent. Every month, they felt like they were throwing money away when all along, they could have been investing in their future. Buying a house isn’t a minor decision. Many factors have to be considered, such as which neighborhood… [Read More]

6 Rental Property Repairs You Should Prepare For

6 Rental Property Repairs You Should Prepare For

April 28, 2022

When a rental property produces a small or negative return, there could be any number of factors to blame. But excessive maintenance issues and repairs are among the most common. In many cases, this concern can be traced back to the investor’s failure to perform due diligence when researching the property and crunching the cash-flow… [Read More]