Whose Side Is Your Real Estate Agent Really On? Is your real estate agent really on your side? If not, whose side are they on and how can that impact their ability to act in your best interests? This debate triggers one of the most confusing parts of home buying, selling properties and investing in real estate for most consumers. While there is certainly lots of fine print following the smooth sales pitches, it is still not clear to most home buyers and sellers who a
The Keys To Buying Foreclosure Properties In 2016 How can real estate investors successfully source, buy, and recycle foreclosure properties this year? Yes, there are still thousands of distressed and foreclosed homes in the U.S. property market in 2016. There may be far fewer than before and they may be a little harder to find, but they are there. So how can real estate investors find them, buy them, and hold or flip them in a sustainable manner so they can boost their f
"How to Prevent a Foreclosure" - A foreclosure is an action taken by a mortgage lender to take posession of a property when the homeowner has defaulted on the mortgage. The laws governing foreclosures vary from state to state, so if you find yourself falling behind on your mortgage, or foresee a problem with making your payments in the future, the faster you act, the better chance you have to save your home. #foreclosure #prevention #home #payments #mortgage
Insurance is a must for any responsible homeowner, but you might be surprised at the things that don't make the fine print. Ensure you're fully covered by checking for these 9 things that are oftentimes excluded from your policy.
97% of all buyers are satisfied with their home purchase - according to a 2013 survey by the National Association of REALTORS®. Hear from home owners what they would change about their recent purchase, if they could. (Prudential PenFed Realty - Equal Housing Opportunity) Infographic via NAR