Since, for most, their house, represents their single, biggest, financial asset, wouldn’t it make sense, for them, to do, everything possible, to protect their investment? When a homeowner, decides/ determines, it’s time, to sell his home, he must do so, wisely, and in a focused manner! Rather than, merely, hiring a popular, real estate agent,… Continue reading Homeowners: Hire An Agent, Who Keeps It REAL!
With the current economy trend setting low real-estate prices, many assume that buying a used home is worth every dollar they fork out. Others engage in apartment loans, thinking of it as hitting two birds in one stone: having your own home while gaining some extra cash through rental income. While these are all very… Continue reading Build The Home of Your Dreams With a Construction Loan
Obviously, when a homeowner hires a real estate professional, with the objective of marketing his home, his priorities include, selling the house, for the highest possible price, in the shortest period of time, with the most favorable terms, and a minimum of hassle, etc. As a Real Estate Licensed Salesperson, in the State of New… Continue reading 7 Steps To Effectively Marketing A Home
Investors often discuss these buying/selling techniques without knowing the differences. Especially when discussing them together, investors can become quite confused. Let’s clear that up. What is Wholesale? With wholesale, you buy a property for a low enough purchase price that you can mark it up and sell it to an investor who will be able… Continue reading Wholesale, Wholetail, Assignment – What’s the Difference?
Building a website for marketing purposes is a continuous, essential and developing campaign. Its main goal is to address consumer concerns, share stories of success and turn prospects into long term clients. Web-based marketing is essential to your business along with your marketing ideas, real estate services, strategies and tools. Websites are meant to be… Continue reading Telling a Great Story: A Whole New Real Estate Marketing Strategy
In Los Angeles real estate circles, everyone is talking about Highland Park. Like other Northeast LA neighborhoods like Silver Lake, Eagle Rock and Mt. Washington, Highland Park is in a state of gentrification as new stores and restaurants are popping up on York Blvd. and homes are being purchased and restored. As a result, homes… Continue reading Highland Park, CA Homes and Real Estate – A Look at the Numbers
When you inherit a home from a loved one, you have many decisions to make. While some people choose to move into the property, the majority are looking to sell the property as quickly as possible. Not only will this give them peace of mind, but also generate a sizable profit that can be used… Continue reading Selling My Inherited Property Quickly
These types of apartments are leased or owned by a business. There are various reasons why this is done. It could be a place for out-of-town clients to stay instead of renting a hotel room. They can be used as temporary housing for employees that have transferred to a new location to work while they… Continue reading Corporate Apartments
The best type of tenant improvements are those that not only make the place look better and the tenants happier, but those that improve your revenue thus increasing your ROI. These improvements can take on many faces and investments of time, but in the long run if things are made better, then they are truly… Continue reading 8 Tips for Tenant Improvements
For those that do not commute from home, there are all sorts of other lodging situations college students might find themselves living in during the university years. These include on-campus facilities and off-campus homes that are owned by the university, as well as independently-acquired accommodation. Residence Halls One major category of student housing is the… Continue reading How to Find the Perfect Student Housing for You