Ready For the Market – 4 Quick Tips to Sell Your Home Fast



Sure, some hot properties will be snapped right up, but the average home can sit on the market for months before attracting the right buyer.

Commercial Real Estate Loans Explained



Commercial real estate loans are very different from residential loans. They are much more complicated and carry terms and conditions different from residential loans. These are reasons that many investors never venture in the commercial real estate market. Smaller residential real estate investors are typically limited to somewhere between four and ten properties valued in […]

Keller Williams claims to be the biggest real estate franchise in the world



Renowned real estate franchise Keller Williams has massively expanded its workforce, announcing that it surpassed 139,000 associates in quarter one of this year

Protect Your Home Value by Keeping These Systems in Order



Owning a home is a big responsibility. Part of this responsibility is ensuring that different parts of your home receive the proper maintenance.

Landlords warned against rejecting applicants with criminal records



Landlords who refused to lease a property to an applicant that’s failed a background check could be acting illegally, according to US Department of Housing and Urban Development

Home Mortgages for the Self Employed



There are benefits to being self-employed. Not having to answer to a boss is a big one, as is being able to set your own work hours. However, when it comes to qualifying for a mortgage, being self-employed has drawbacks. The “stated income” loan application was originally intended to help the self-employed qualify for a […]

Turbo Tenant expands nationwide to streamline the long-term rental process



Real estate technology startup Turbo Tenant is expanding on a national level as it bids to transform the long-term rental process.

Net Lease Bank Properties Underperform Market



Cap rates for the single tenant bank ground lease sector increased significantly to 4.75% in the first quarter of 2016 after reaching a previous historic low of 4.35% one year ago.

4 Signs You’re Ready to Purchase a Home



A starter home can be just as stressful as it is exciting. There is a lot to go over and commit to. Meeting the criteria of these five things is a great way to know if someone is ready to buy their first home.

3 Home Buying Trends Emerging this Spring



We’re already well into spring, so what trends have emerged so far that buyers, sellers and real estate pros need to be aware of?