Sometimes we come across an article too good not to share. So from time to time, we’ll be sharing our favorite reads from around the web in the section, Noteworthy Reads. This week: whether you should pay off your mortgage early and the benefits of a small home.
Sometimes we come across an article too good not to share. So from time to time, we’ll be sharing our favorite reads from around the web in the section, Noteworthy Reads. This week: handling finances as a couple, and the best home security systems of 2019.
We work with investors of all kinds, and one thing that comes up occasionally is alternative financing. If you're an investor looking to expand your portfolio, but who may have maxed your loan opportunities with traditional banks, a specialized lender can offer you alternative financing options. We work with a lender who can offer just such opportunities and we wanted to share with you some of the options available.
The decision to sell your home was probably not an easy one. Maybe you loved the house, but had to relocate for work. Or perhaps your needs changed and the house no longer fit your lifestyle. Whatever the reason, you decided it was time. You cleaned and organized and did all the work to get it on the market. But now it’s been on the market for weeks and weeks and your house isn’t selling. A bad dream come true. The problem is real, but in many cases it has a simple solution.
Buying your first home is a landmark in life, especially here in America. Owning a home symbolizes independence, financial security and a space in the world that’s all yours. But while you may be fantasizing about the perfect home, before you actually start shopping it’s wise to ask yourself a few questions to be sure you’re ready.
Whether you’re buying a property to flip, to keep as a rental or as your next home - an accurate estimate of the total rehab cost is an essential part of any sound real estate decision. In this post, we’ll walk you through some of the steps you can take to make sure you’re estimating your rehab cost as accurately as possible.
Buying a home is a very important part of your life and can have many challenges. The first obstacle you will face, before even looking at homes, will be determining what you can afford and what a bank is willing to help you with. Banks will loan money to an individual, however, they charge interest, and the better your credit score the better that interest rate can be. The big question many people have once they check their credit, "What can I do to improve my score?" Below are five tips on how you can help improve your credit score and get a lower interest rate to make your home buying dream come true!
Buying a new home is one of the biggest costs a person can take on over the course of his or her life. If you’ve been in your current home for a while, it’s normal to be tempted by the additional space, new layout or updated design a new one can bring – but before you take the plunge and decide to start seriously searching for a new place, you’ll want to consider the many financial facets of this decision.
Have you been considering getting a new roof (or really need a new one?), but you aren’t sure if the investment is worth it since you’re planning on moving soon? It may seem counterintuitive to make a large investment on a home right before selling it, but the fact is, putting a new roof on your home is top on the list of upgrades and repairs that improve resale value. So, you actually will be able to sell your home for more by making the investment (and often, homes with old roofs won’t sell at all).