Confidence Is Rising In Real Estate Investing

Most Americans are nearly forgetting the last decade’s housing bubble since most of those affected have already recovered. The mortgage rates are low and the interest-only mortgages are back. According to bankrate.com, 27% (1 in 4) of Americans said real estate is the best investment they can … [Read more...]

Using Twitter To Power Up Your Real Estate Process

Twitter To Power Up Your Real Estate Process

Using Twitter To Power Up Your Real Estate Process Promoting your real estate business through social media is becoming popular day by day but it is not easy to impress everyone via the social platform. Twitter is one of the platforms where you have to play your cards if you want to win significant … [Read more...]

Why It’s Not Wise To Rent Out Your Property For A Short Time

Know Your Responsibilities

Why It's Not Wise To Rent Out Your Property For A Short Time After the foreclosures during the housing crisis, many people affected are now renters. Millennials also have not saved enough for down payments as their lower incomes are eaten up by student loans and rents. There are more people outside … [Read more...]

How Much It Costs To Live Like A President

Future Prices Of These Homes

How Much It Costs To Live Like A President The American Dream is all about real estate. Each one of us want to own a mansion if not a bungalow besieged by picket fences and featured by the green front yards. How does it feel to own a home once owned by a U.S president? The presidential historical … [Read more...]

Revolutionary Changes Coming With TRID

Tight Time Frame

Revolutionary Changes Coming With TRID TRID which is making professionals in the market industry anxious will impact greatly on how lenders and consumers operate in the industry as from Oct 1, 2015. Also known as TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule, TRID will bring a lot of significant changes in … [Read more...]

Soaring Rent Prices Cost Burdening Middle Income Earners

Middle Income Earners

Soaring Rent Prices Cost Burdening Middle Income Earners It’s not a heyday for the middle class people anymore in the US as paychecks for rents has soared once again. Contrary to what you think, many of these middle income renters who earn about $45,000-$75,000 annually are shifting blame to the … [Read more...]

A Slow Growth Pace Seen In The US Real Estate Industry

US Real Estate Industry

A Slow Growth Pace Seen In The US Real Estate Industry While the economy is picking up a rising growth pace in most of the sectors, the same is not replicated in the real estate industry. Alan Greenspan, a former Federal Reserve chairman articulates that the real estate industry has not grown as … [Read more...]

Closing More Sales Within A Short Period By Putting Little Effort

More Sales Within A Short Period

Closing More Sales Within A Short Period By Putting Little Effort It has been a tradition for real estate agents and brokers to nurture a client from the start of the deal until when the deal is fully closed. Agents would go further to contact their loyal clients in search for leads through … [Read more...]

Core Factors Dictating How Much Home One Can Afford

How Much Home One Can Afford

Core Factors Dictating How Much Home One Can Afford It’s a dream of every American to be a homeowner. And what pushes most would-be homeowners from realizing their dreams? Credit scores, lending rates, down payment – name them – but one fact remains, most people don’t know actually the type of … [Read more...]

Know More About Land Use Laws

Land Use Laws

Know More About Land Use Laws Have you ever thought what will happen if you violated land homeowner’s laws? Land use law is a bunch of documents which covers things such as water, mineral rights, zoning and planning in the real estate industry. An average rural, sub-urban or urban homeowner must … [Read more...]