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Where To Start In Looking For A Central Illinois Realtor

If you are looking for a central Illinois realtor, you will undoubtedly find a professional,experienced real estate professional that will assist you through every stage of the buying process and will do so...
Posted by Susan Truett

Where is the Sophisticated Property Investor Putting his Money?

A year ago ten more countries joined the EU, expanding not only the Union, but the hunting ground of the international property investor. Most investors have come to the conclusion that the market cycle here in the UK is at it's peak, and the more sophisticated investor has already started moving his money into the new EU countries. Many astute investors started buying there a year or two before EU accession, particularly in more developed cities like Prague and Budapest where the real estate markets were relatively more mature. So prices in these cities had already increased by up to 25% in the year up to May 2004, however there is still a long way to go especially in the other capitals of this region.
Posted by Bruce Stronge

Where is Florida Investment Property

There are many reasons to purchase investment property in Florida, the foremost being value appreciation. Property values generally rise while debt decreases; making real estate purchases a good investment. Every year since 1968, the national median home price has risen. Usually, home values increase at around the rate of inflation, with a greater increase possible. In recent years, median prices have increased by as much as 9 percent, making purchasing investment property in Florida a wise long term investment. Building equity is an excellent reason to purchase investment property in Florida. Equity grows over time for owners while renters don't see any return on their money. Purchasing property forces you to save, making you a wise investor without realizing it. Owning investment property in one Florida location may make it possible for you to expand, purchasing a second and third property as rental profits increase. Owning investment property in Florida gives you borrowing power, the ability to use your property equity to borrow funds for your own use, or for further investment. Owning investment property in Florida gives you a sense of stability, not only for the consistent rental income, but for the potential of it becoming a regular seasonal vacation home for your family. Imagine the pleasure and ease of knowing where you are going to vacation, there's no need to decide on location and try to compete to make reservations, with prices changing every year. There is stability on owning an investment property in Florida that can also be used as a family vacation resort.
Posted by Lisa Carson

Where Does Your Real Estate Commission Fee Go - Why is The Commission so HIGH?

Many who have bought and sold properties through Realtors numerous times; even many real estate agents themselves, don't know where the commission money goes. After all, when a property sells for hundreds of thousands of dollars and the commission is tens of thousands of dollars, it seems like there is a terrific amount of money charged as commission -- and there is.
Posted by Mr Jody Hudson

When Showing Your Home

There are a few reasons why buyers may be put off when or after seeing your home and reasons,which are in your control. Read to find out more.
Posted by Sameer Panjwani

When is the Best Time to Move?

As Realtors, we are often asked, "When is the best season to move?" This is a tough question, one we cannot answer for you. Most people are asking about price, do they fluctuate throughout the year? ...
Posted by John Carle

What's Your Style? A Guide to America's Most Common Home Styles

Styles of houses vary across the country. From the New England Cape Cod to the Victorians of San Francisco, the choices are almost endless. Knowing which style you prefer is one of the basic elemen...
Posted by W. Troy Swezey

What's This about a Housing Bubble?

In his recent testimony, Alan Greenspan warned against the possiblity that we have seen home prices plateau. The bursting of the "bubble" could cause a big hit to the U.S. economy. But, why should we worry?
Posted by Scott Campanella

What You Can Do To Sell Your Home Fast

You put your house up for sale, people come, a few offers pour in, negotiations take place and then something happens that the deal falls through....
Posted by Sameer Panjwani

What We Do To Sell Your Property!

Once you have contracted a Realtor to sell your property we go to work for you to bring you the most money and best price for your property as quickly as possible. Some properties are faster selling than others based on the location, condition, size, price, of course, and type of the property. Price is always a consideration but proper marketing and selling techniques will usually garner you, at least, an extra 15% to 20% and that is where we shine! We go into action quickly with all of the modern and traditional methods of marketing, promoting and advertising your property. Our purpose in doing what we do is to find YOU a number of willing and able purchasers in order to encourage at least one to purchase your property -- quickly and at the highest price.
Posted by Mr Jody Hudson

What to Look Out For When Buying Off Plan

There are some keys points to be aware of when buying off plan, regardless of the country. As with any property purchase, you should be pleased with the value when you buy, and also have an idea of the way the market is going over the build time, but there are many other factors to take into account.
Posted by Alan Forsyth

What to Look for in a Real Estate Agent

I enjoy listening to an agent's own personal experiences, as we drive through neighborhoods, or review demographics. It's not as important to me that they're old, or young, or rich, or hungry, or just like me, or nothing like me, or whatever. As long as the stories are real, and are related, that's all that matters.
Posted by Tom Levine

What to Look for in a Home

Searching for just the right home can be very exciting. You may plan ahead for the number of bedrooms and bathrooms that you want. Or imagine preparing for dinner parties in a sun-filled kitchen. Although these things are important, there is more to a good home purchase than the rooms it contains. Following are just a few suggestions to consider. Take some time to make a list and determine which additional priorities are important to you.
Posted by Nicole Soltau

What To Expect In Closing Costs On A Home Purchase

Many are taking advantage of this year's low mortgage rates to purchase a home. Pent up with excitement, many families, who have scrimped and saved for a down-payment, jump for joy when the mortgage ...
Posted by W. Troy Swezey

What To Expect From Your House Appraisal

Getting your house appraised can be an anxious time. Keep in mind that it is really a standard procedure with few surprise endings.
Posted by Lee Dobbins

What Should You Do If Your Home Isn't Selling?

What Should You Do If Your Home Isn't Selling?
Posted by Neda Dabestani-Ryba

What Should I Do If My Home Isn't Selling?

Suppose you've been trying to sell your home for months. You haven't had even a nibble from a prospective buyer. What should you do?
Posted by Scott Boulch

What is Tax-Deferred Exchange?

Under Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code, owners of real estate held for investment or use in a trade or business can swap their property tax-free for "like-kind" real estate. Exchanges are made for people wanting to stay invested in real estate, increase their leverage and to avoid paying hefty taxes upon the sale of property...
Posted by Neda Dabestani-Ryba

What Is Home Staging And How Does It Help To Sell My House

Home staging is the concept of preparing a house for sale. This can involve everything from removing clutter, re-arranging furniture and in some cases re-decoration, ensuring that the house creates a great first impression and helps buyer's to feel that they could really live there.
Posted by Don Suter

What is a Predatory Lender?

Most mortgage brokers provide good service to their clients, yet there are a few who use unethical practices. Those brokers, called "predatory lenders" not only over-charge consumers, but they also get paid in other hidden ways.
Posted by Jeanette Joy Fisher

What is a Loft Apartment?

Loft apartments are renovated commercial properties, usually in downtown areas. This article describes loft apartments, who they appeal to and where they can be found.
Posted by Diane Sims

What is a Home Inspection?

Any Sally and Sam Homebuyer can look at a home and decide whether it is attractive. They might notice it is freshly painted in pleasing colors, has the requisite number of rooms, and is located in a location with top schools. But what about less obvious parts of the house?
Posted by Raynor James

What is a Foreclosure?

This article discusses the process of a foreclosure, the cause and prevention. It also discusses the misconception of buying foreclosures always being a good/great investment.
Posted by Suzie Shannon

What Is a CMA

"CMA" is an abbreviation real estate agents use for a Comparative Market Analysis. A CMA gives an estimated sale price for a property given current market conditions.
Posted by Scott Boulch

What Homeowners Should Know to Stop Foreclosure- Speaking Your Lender's Language

Most homeowners make decisions based on incomplete or inaccurate information that hurt their chances of stopping foreclosure. Financial literacy and loss mitigation programs provide solid financial solutions to bankruptcy and foreclosure.
Posted by Herbert Addison

What Does It Take To Be A Donald Trump in Real Estate?

Since you are a business oriented person, you might be thinking: "oh, great, here it comes another fad that sounds to good to be true and I don't have time for this now." Well, the fact is, like gravity you do not have to believe in Feng Shui for it to work. Whether you believe in the law of gravity or not it exists, and it affects everything you do. As Donald Trump said: “I don't have to believe in Feng Shui, but I use it because it makes me money."
Posted by Suzee Miller

What Can I Realistically Earn In A Lease Purchase Business?

Gives the reader a realistic view of what kind of income they can earn in a lease purchasing business.
Posted by Sue And Chuck DeFiore

What are the Top 11.5 Criteria for Selecting an Orlando Investment Property

Top 11.5 criteria for selecting an Orlando Investment Property which includes recommended square feet, cost per square feet, investment amenities, floor plan recommendations, property management methods and more.
Posted by Lisa Carson

What Are the Pitfalls of Marketing a Property Before It's Ready?

Selling quickly is a high priority for some home sellers. A job transfer can prompt the need to relocate on short notice. When trade-up buyers find their dream home, they often need to sell their current home quickly in order to complete the purchase of the new one.
Posted by Scott Boulch

What are the Elements in Real Estate?

Everything in the Universe is ENERGY. According to the Chinese, energy expresses itself as one of five Feng Shui Elements, they are: FIRE, EARTH, METAL, WATER and WOOD. These elements affect everything in our living, our listing and work environments. The goal to marketing and selling "more property" using Feng Shui is to balance the five elements in our listings.
Posted by Suzee Miller
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