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Budgeting Your Log Home: Where Do You Start?

Ready to turn your dream home into a reality? Here is a starting point to figuring out a budget for your log home.
Posted by Mercedes Hayes

Build Your Retirement By Investing In Real Estate

Learn how you can buy real estate with no money and no credit. Learn how to make good investment decisions. Everyone thinks of great ideas but few people take action which is necessary to succeed. The first step is knowledge, the second is action. With persistance and determination you can do what you put your mind to.
Posted by Suzie Shannon

Building A Home? Want To Ask A Builder The Right Questions - Not The Dumb Ones!

Have You Ever Met Someone In Your Business And In Ten Seconds You Know They Don't Know What They Are Talking About - sure you have. Well, When You're Building Your Home Do You Think You Need To Know The Right Questions To Ask The Builder Or Be Like Everyone Else And Rely On Agressive Ignorance And Pay Through The Nose?
Posted by Colm Dillon

Building Your Dream Home - Part 1

For most of my adult life I had thought about someday building my Dream Home. Several years ago I finally got the chance. Part of the dream in building my own home was to act as the General Contractor and to personally supply a great deal of sweat equity. In the subsequent parts of this chronology, I will review my experiences in hopes that others may gain from my experiences.
Posted by Mark Donovan

Bulgarian Property Market Insight

On 20 May 2005 ‘The Times' wrote that last year Bulgarian property prices rose by about 35 per cent, and in the lead-up to EU accession in 2007 annual rises of 25 per cent are predicted. The most popular investment now, and probably until Bulgaria enters the European Union in 2007, is 1- and 2-bedroomed apartments, purchased off-plan, in strategic winter and summer resort areas. The phenomenal interest in Bulgarian property shown by shrewd buyers during the last two years has been compounded by a sudden surge in golf course development. The millions of Euros being invested by large international corporations in these ventures will probably feed this buying frenzy.
Posted by Steve Avery

Burn, Baby, Burn!

How difficult is it to think before you speak?
Posted by Wallace Conway

Business Credit Card Dirty Tricks

My system teaches people that the proper use of credit is the fastest way to speed up your profits in real estate investing. What you must understand is how to use a newly created business name to go out and get business credit cards and lines of credit for your real estate investing activities.
Posted by Thomas Kish

Buy FHA HUD Homes

Buying an FHA HUD home is considered as an easy way to buy the most house for the least amount of money. But for an investor it is the opportunity to tap the economic potential in re-selling an FHA HUD home at a higher price to somebody ready to buy a home.
Posted by Tom Laing

Buy or Sell First?

When it comes to home buying, the ideal situation would be to find a new home, just as you receive an offer on your existing home. You would then be able to close concurrently and move into your new home a few days prior to closing on your previous home. This does happen more often than not, but anyone looking to buy a new home needs to consider all the possible scenarios.
Posted by Neda Dabestani-Ryba

Buy to Let Property Investment

In recent years buy to let has been a popular way of investing in residential property. Stock markets are out of favour with many investors who have seen the values of their portfolios, endowment policies and pension funds shrink, whereas property has generally continued to rise in value. Interest rates are at historically low levels and mortgage finance is readily available on competitive terms from major banks and building societies. This brings property investment within the means of more investors than ever before.
Posted by Christopher Evans

Buyers Closing Cost

Buyers, borrower, closing costs can be divided into two categories. Nonrecurring closing cost and recurring closing cost.
Posted by Martin Lukac

Buying A Holiday Home in Rural Ireland

Rural Ireland has become a popular second home destination for the rich and famous but buying a rural property in Ireland is not always plain sailing. Property prices are high, homes in Ireland's most scenic spots rarely come on the market and planning regulations can make it difficult for foreigners to alter existing properties or build new ones!
Posted by Tracey Meagher

Buying a Home -- Is a Home Inspection a Good Idea?

To avoid “buying a pig in a poke,� buyers have long demanded a home purchase be contingent upon a satisfactory inspection. We're now experiencing a strong sellers' real estate market. In this environment, buyers are rethinking the home inspection requirement. Is this a good idea?
Posted by Raynor James

Buying a Home – Dealing With Lender Letters

Most people who set out to buy a home, know they need to have a lender letter in hand saying they are qualified for a loan. What most “civilians� (people not in the real estate business) don't realize is how much the value of a lender letter varies.
Posted by Raynor James

Buying A Home – Rain, Sun, and Weather Issues

When buying a home, it can be easy to overlook year-around weather issues. You may think you are purchasing a home in a sunny area, but come to find there is always a heavy cloud cover. This is just one of a number of weather issues to consider when selecting your dream home.
Posted by Raynor James

Buying A Home – What Is That Noise!?!

You've found the perfect home, closed escrow and just finished moving in. As you happily fall asleep, all seems well in the world. An hour later, you bolt up in bed to an ear splitting sound. All is no longer well in the world.
Posted by Raynor James

Buying A Home – Zoning and Architectural Review Board Restrictions

When you buy a home, you need to be aware of the various things that can limit your control over the property. It's a good idea to understand these limitations before you buy, so that you can decide whether you're willing to live with them or not. After you buy, it's too late; you're stuck.
Posted by Raynor James

Buying a Home in Westminster

Buying a home in Westminster can be really challenging, especially when considering all of the properties to choose from. There are always a host of apartments, townhouses, modern flats and even undeveloped lands available for your satisfaction.
Posted by Brandon Bruce

Buying a Home with Zero Down Payment in Irvine, CA

There are many Purchase Loan options available today that allow most any qualified homebuyer to purchase a home in Irvine, CA with zero down payment. And you don't have to be a Veteran or a Government employee.
Posted by Vincent Bindi

Buying a Home: The 5 Biggest Mistakes that a Home Buyer Makes

As a Professional Real Estate Inspector I get to see and hear the right and wrong things people do when buying a home. These 5 tips will help you choose the right Real Estate Agent the first time.
Posted by Donald Lawson

Buying a House in Scotland

The house-buying process in Scotland differs from that in the rest of the UK. This article gives you the information you need for buying a home north of the border.
Posted by David Miles

Buying a Newly-Built Home? Ten Benefits of Using a Real Estate Professional

It might not seem necessary to involve a real estate professional in a transaction where a buyer can deal directly with a builder. However, by using a real estate professional, you have someone to protect your interests and guide you along the right path. Here are 10 advantages to using a real estate professional when buying a newly constructed home.
Posted by Neda Dabestani-Ryba

Buying a Vacation Home

You'd like to buy a vacation home, but you're not sure where to begin. Perhaps the single most important point to determine up front is why you are buying a vacation home. Are you trying to generate income by renting the property? Would you like to have a place to take your family every year that will likely appreciate in value? Would you prefer some flexibility in location and like to vacation at a different spot each year?
Posted by Reid Colson

Buying an Unfinished Home Maybe Your Answer

For the first time “want-to-be� homeowner, purchasing an unfinished new home maybe just the answer. With mortgage interest rates still at record lows, there has not been a better time to purchase a home in decades. However, home prices have dramatically risen over the past several years, and even with low interest rates, for some the dream of owing one's own home has still remained out of reach.
Posted by Mark Donovan

Buying and Selling Distressed Houses for Maximum Profit (Update)

Real estate investing expert Jeanette Fisher discuses how to find fixers and transform them into buyer's dream homes using design psychology.
Posted by Jeanette Joy Fisher

Buying and Selling Real Estate in Florida

Many people move to Florida to enjoy the warmth of this sunshine state. If you are considering moving to Florida, this article can provide you with some helpful hints and resources.
Posted by David Chandler

Buying and Selling Real Estate: Negotiating to Win-Win

Many buyers and sellers put in countless hours carefully searching properties or preparing their homes for sale, only to see their sweet deals vanish at the negotiating table. Even if you're not an experienced negotiator, there are steps you can take to improve results whether you're buying or selling property. Negotiation doesn't need to be a confrontational process if you set priorities, plan ahead and stay focused on issues, not personalities.
Posted by Charles Warnock

Buying Beach Houses in New Zealand: Real Estate and Investment Opportunities

Buying a beach house in New Zealand offers many possibilities. New Zealand is made up of two main islands, North Island and South Island, giving it miles of coastal lands. Each island offers its own unique climate conditions and way of life.
Posted by Ofer Shoshani

Buying Country Acreage and Rural Properties, To Buy or Not To Buy

Almost anyone can become a rural property owner; if you are willing to set goals, establish what your purposes are, plan ahead and set targets that are all aligned toward the same result. And, if you can be patient instead of requiring instant gratification. There is no more $50-an-acre land; unless you count some of the inaccessible and unusable properties that are sometimes available in blocks of 10,000 acres or more; and even these properties are rare. But you can get rural properties more reasonably now than in the past IF you are willing to be creative in your expectations and in the ways you use and modify the property. If you are in a big hurry to find rural property, you will likely not be able to find what you are looking for. Rural properties have fewer buyers who want to purchase them, but there are plenty of dreamers who have not considered the realities. There are seldom bargains available because most folks who own rural properties know exactly who to call first when they want to sell. If the property really is a bargain it is gone with one of the first ten phone calls the seller makes. However, if you are willing to "think outside the box" of convention you may end up with what is a bargain property for you.
Posted by Mr Jody Hudson

Buying Foreclosures - Knowing Why Helps You Buy

One big potential deal-killer in buying foreclosures is the homeowner. If the homeowner does not trust you, buying their home can become a greater challenge. To prevent this setback, you need to build trust with the owner -- and building trust requires you understand where they are coming from.
Posted by George Roddy
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