Key Tips for A First Time Home Buyer

Are you wondering how to get a home of your own? The housing industry is highly competitive. Worry not since there is an available option ready for you. Consider consulting Calgary House Finder experts. Dealing with experts gives you a chance to get what you want. Be sure about the expert you intend to engage. There are

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Ask Brian: What Should I Consider Most When Buying a Home in 2020?

Ask Brian is a weekly column by Real Estate Expert Brian Kline. If you have questions on real estate investing, DIY, home buying/selling, or other housing inquiries please email your questions to [email protected] Question. Wendy from Waupaca, WI asks: Brian, It’s been tough but my husband and I have saved what we calculate to be

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The Best and Worst Ways to Shop for a New Home

Buying a home is an exciting venture, but many people embark on this venture with little knowledge about how to conduct their search efficiently. There are plenty of valuable resources online that can aid you in the search, but there are also plenty of sources that may mislead you. If you’re in the market for

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A Guide to Selling Real Estate to Millennials

When you are in the real estate business, selling homes is your top priority, but with the changing demographic of the population, you need to address and update your selling strategies to maximize

Despite housing inventory woes, more homeowners believe now is a good time to sell

More homeowners might be ready to move, helping to relieve the critically low inventory situation that’s been blamed for a recent slowdown in home sales.

Student loan debt delaying first time buyers

Students’ home purchases are being delayed by up to five years as they struggle to repay loans taken out to fund their education, according to a new survey carried out by the National Association of Realtors and SALT, an American Student Assistance program.

Take Control of Your Closing Costs and Win

Mortgage lenders are well known for piling on garbage fees as part of closing costs. As an investor, you need to take action to minimize these costs. If you don’t, the questionable charges can easily balloon up to more than $6,000 on a $200,000 house investment. The government has attempted to control these costs but

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Subject to Deals – Answering Seller’s Questions

When you make a subject to existing financing offer to purchase a home, it’s important to make sure the seller understands how this type of deal works. First, the seller needs to understand that his or her mortgage is going to remain in place but you’ll be taking over the payments. You’ll also be making

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How to Get Financing Your New Home Purchase

Like with so much else in personal finance, getting the best possible deal on a mortgage depends on preparation, comparison and timing.  Not only is it important to get your financial house in order before applying, but you must also carefully determine how much house you can afford, cast a wide net when it comes

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Rents and Buying Prices Are Both Up

Real estate investors that bought in at the bottom of the market are rejoicing in the positive results that they are now seeing. Although the foreclosure crisis is beginning to fade into the rear view mirror, it is still having a profound impact on both the rental and home purchase markets. Rents are and Will

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