5 Mistakes That Can Make House Flipping a Flop. It looks so easy! Buy a house, make a few cosmetic fixes, put it back on the market, and make a huge profit. At any given time, a half-dozen shows on television feature good-looking, well-dressed investors who make the process look fast, fun, and profitable. Continue reading “5 Mistakes That Can Make House Flipping a Flop”
Buying A Foreclosure Home At Auction: The Basics. If you’re interested in buying real estate for investment purposes, don’t just check out the nearest MLS listings. Technology has given entrepreneurs easier access to potential properties and information. Auction.com and especially the Auction.com app are here to make that connection more efficient than ever before. Continue reading “Buying A Foreclosure Home At Auction: The Basics”
Can People with ITIN Numbers Buy Homes in the U.S.?
Guide to ITIN Home Loans
At some point, we all want to own a beautiful home. However, this is generally much easier said than done. In most cases, in order to buy a house, you would have to take out a loan – because no one is generally rich enough to have the funds readily available. You have to make a commitment. Continue reading “Can People with ITIN Numbers Buy Homes in the U.S.?”
If you’re either building a house or considering it, it’s important to understand the permit process. With all of the things involved in building a new house, you may have skipped over this important detail. It’s true – if you hire a full service general contractor like Experts In Your Home, the permit process will be taken care of by the contractor and you won’t have to worry about the details.
Retirement Living: Renting vs. Homeownership. Owning gives you stability, but renting offers flexibility.
There are good reasons to own a home in retirement, but there are also plenty of arguments for renting. The latter may be less expensive if it means you don’t have to pay for maintenance and repairs. However, owning can be less stressful if you don’t have to worry about a landlord raising your rent.
Whichever route you go, housing costs will be one of your major monthly expenses in retirement. Here are some factors to consider when making a rent-versus-buy decision.
Condos or single-family homes?
Looking for a good return on your investment in a home? Consider how a condo compares to a single-family home.
I’m looking to invest in a residential rental property, and trying to decide between a condo and a single-family home. Which one is a better real estate investment? Continue reading “Which has a better return on investment?”