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Should You Sell Your Investment Property?

February 17, 2020

Take a minute and consider how much your investing business has changed over the past twelve months. There is a good chance that you have probably undergone some subtle, and not so subtle, changes in philosophy and direction. It is always better to be a step or two ahead rather than chasing outdated trends and […]


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Time to buy, or to buy time…

February 10, 2020

Everyone has heard the mantra “location, location, location” when it comes to buying a home, but timing is just as important. There’s no sense in moving into the perfect house if circumstances are likely to force you out a year or two later. Can’t see into the future? That’s okay. A quick dip into the […]


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How to Successfully Purchase Rental Property

February 3, 2020

Starting any new venture in life is a big step. Purchasing rental property or investing in a new land is an example. To make sure that a venture goes out smoothly, you need to have enough knowledge about it. Moreover, you need the proper guidelines to make it successful. While starting something new like this […]


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4 Things to Do Before Gutting a Home

January 27, 2020

Put down the sledgehammer unless you’ve already got these covered. Do you have a bit of a fixer-upper on your hands? Or maybe you’re just ready for a major change? Remodeling your home can be a lot of work, but the results, when done well, are well worth it. Before you get too excited and […]


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Top 5 challenges of selling an inherited property

January 20, 2020

In the world of real estate, you never know what is on the horizon. There are plenty of times when situation is thrown on your lap completely out of the blue with unfamiliar circumstances. Such can the case with inherited properties. Dealing with an inherited property  or a property in probate can be one of […]


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6 Ways Home Buyers Mess Up

January 13, 2020

Getting a mortgage is, by general consensus, the most treacherous part of buying a home. In a recent survey, 42% of home buyers said they found the mortgage experience “stressful,” and 32% found it “complicated.” Even lenders agree that it’s often a struggle. “A lot can go wrong,” says Staci Titsworth, regional manager at PNC […]


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New Year’s Resolutions That Will Help You Buy a Home in 2020

January 3, 2020

New year, new home? Whip your financial resume into shape to improve your home-buying odds. 1. Avoid job hopping Employment history and income are two of the biggest factors lenders look at when evaluating a mortgage application. A new job may be a good career move, but if you plan to buy a home in […]


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Guide to Airbnb vs Hotels for 2019

November 13, 2019

Join the travel generation. Not only has modern technology put thousands of cheap flights at our fingertips, but we have the opportunity to sleep at the most quirky, luxurious or frankly odd places in the world. Read on for more in the Airbnb vs Hotels debate. With the emergence of Airbnb and other accommodation solutions, […]


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Find New Deals Without Spending A Dime

September 2, 2019

The best way to build your pipeline is to increase the number of leads you generate. If you have been in real estate for some time you have probably heard that investing is a numbers game. The more leads you generate the more chances you have of turning a lead into a deal. Real estate […]


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28 Stats That Sum Up the American Housing Market

June 10, 2019

Renters More Americans are renting today than in recent decades — some by choice and some simply due to market conditions. Thirty-seven percent of American households are renters — about 43.7 million homes — which is an increase of 6.9 million homes since 2005. While part of this increase is due to the 8 million […]


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