A Multi-Family Home

  • Four Costs to Account for When Buying a Vacation Home

    27 February 2017

    Buying a vacation home that you plan to rent out for most of the year and spend a few weeks in is often a fun endeavor. However, it can also be costly, so it's important that you plan financially before you sign on the dotted line to buy your vacation home. Here's a look at four vacation home costs that many buyers forget to plan for. Cleaning costs. Typically, you will need to have the vacation home cleaned between renters.

  • 3 Different Professionals You Should Hire For A Real Estate Purchase

    26 January 2017

    When you are in the market for a new house, commercial building, piece of land, or any other real estate acquisition, you need to be sure that you put together a powerful team. A team of professionals will help to guide you through this process in a way that helps you to maximize on the purchase and the entire process. Take these tips into consideration and use them to get all that you need out of your real estate purchase.

  • Moving with the Military? 2 Reasons Why You Should Work with Military Relocation Specialists

    24 January 2017

    If you're a military service person who is moving, you may not realize that it would be in your best interest to work with a specialist. You need someone who understands your unique needs and can make the transition as seamless as possible for you. Use this information to learn more about why you should work with a military relocation specialist the next time you're ready to move to a new house.

  • Two Questions You May Want Answered About Home Appaisals

    23 January 2017

    The appraisal process is something that many homeowners do not have a very thorough understanding of. However, it can be an important part of owning a home, and this may mean you will benefit from taking the time to learn more about this important task. Do You Only Need To Have An Appraisal Done When Buying Or Selling Property? There are some individuals that are under the belief that they only need to have an appraisal performed when they are in the process of buying or selling a home.

  • Use These Three Things To Help You Buy A House Of The Right Size

    18 January 2017

    Once you have decided to buy a house, one of the questions you have to grapple with is which size to go for. Assuming money isn't the primary driving factor, use these factors to help you make the decision: Potential Additions to the Household This is probably the number one factor to consider since it will be difficult to live with more people if you had chosen a house with the exact size of your household in mind.

  • Selling Damaged Houses: What To Do When Selling A House With Issues

    13 January 2017

    Are you faced with the prospect of having to sell a damaged house? You might find that you can't afford the renovations for the property -- or, though the property is technically habitable, it's simply unattractive. House flippers can find themselves in a situation where they can no longer invest money into a house, while individuals could find themselves inheriting a property that they can't put any work into. Either way, it can make it difficult to sell.

  • 5 Factors Involved In Making The Decision To Sell Mineral Royalties

    10 January 2017

    Have you recently been approached about selling mineral royalties? The United States is one of few countries that allows individuals and organizations to own minerals on land that they own. There are different levels of ownership, and many companies seek to purchase minerals from individuals and organizations with mineral rights. If you have considered selling your mineral rights, this list of considerations will help you make a wise decision. 1. Consider State Laws