Real estate

Get Hold of Your Dream Home by Applying for a Mortgage Loan

February 21, 2017

There comes a time in our lives when buying a home will be considered a necessity more than a luxury as families tend to have children and the space where they currently live will not simply do anymore. For the vast majority of people who choose so, it is virtually impossible to buy a home […]

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How to Become a Landlord

January 16, 2017

So, you have decided you would like to be a landlord.  Lucky for you, the amount of first-time homebuyers is currently on the decline.  That means more people are stalling on buying a house in order to save money.  The job market is only just getting better for millennials, the young settle down later, and […]

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What You Need to Know About Jumbo Reverse Mortgages

September 10, 2016

According to a recent report by Bloomberg jumbo mortgages are on the upswing for both tradition and the reverse mortgage markets.  For well-to-do seniors, the reintroduction of jumbo reverse markets on the market is welcome news.  While the limit for most traditional mortgages was previously set at $625,000.  This won’t get you too far in […]

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Finding the Right Home

August 29, 2016

What’s going on Dinks? I hope everyone is doing well today. There comes a time in every relationship where a couple has to decide where they want to live. There are a lot of factors in finding the right home. There are a few tips that you need to use during the research and purchase […]

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How Much Space Can You Get for $1,500 in Rent?

July 27, 2016

Rental rates in top cities across the US can vary widely. If you set a cap at $1,500, the amount of room and quality of rental you can get will also be vastly different, ranging from just over 200 square fee in NYC to almost 2,000 square feet in Memphis, TN. Curious about what you […]

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Tips for First Time Property Investments

June 22, 2016

One of my goals is to have some type of property investment in a few years once I pay off my student loan debt. I’ve been thinking about getting a quad and renting it out to young urban business professionals, but I have to do some more research first. In today’s post,  I want to […]

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What Could You Get For The Monthly Rent in These Cities?

June 14, 2016

Think you’re paying too much in rent? You could be right. Check out what the rent could get you in each of these major cities. What Could You Get for the Average Monthly Rent in These Cities Created By:

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Should you be looking to bricks and mortar as an investment?

April 1, 2016

Finding the right investments to add to your portfolio can seem overwhelming at times. There are numerous investment options to consider, and you may be stressed at the prospect of setting up the right mix to create a diversified portfolio which is both profitable and as secure as possible. With this in mind, you may […]

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The Rush to Market: How Buy-to-let Landlords can Offload Their Property

March 17, 2016

At present, the market is looking bleak for buy-to-let landlords. After all, the Conservative government has taken drastic steps to regulate this sector and diminish its appeal to investors, in a bid to create more houses for sale and create a balanced marketplace overall. To this end, they have increased the stamp duty applied to […]

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