If you have enough experience investing in real estate, you can make money almost anywhere.
But there are always places that are better or worse for real estate investing…
You shouldn’t think the home’s curb appeal is irresistible, its countertops are gorgeous, and its amenities are impeccable. In fact, you should probably think everything about it is ugly and tacky.
View the house similar to how an artist looks at a blank canvas: full of potential. A good investment is one that’s forward-thinking.
The National Association of Realtors® recently published a national sales report for existing properties sold between January and June 2016.
Let’s review some of the key Days on Market and other home sales data trends in 2015 and the first half of 2016 to better understand the positive home sales numbers…
The Credit Crisis has impacted housing price movements somewhat like a Yo-Yo toy, swinging from peak highs to peak lows in short periods of time.
Some regions have rebounded quite strongly, while other regions are still struggling to get closer to their once peak-price highs of the past decade or so. Let’s take a look…
We’ve seen an increase in the number of Millennials (those born after 1980) investing in real estate. This has some of us wondering, why and how?
It also has many of us exploring the channels that enable Millennials to invest and the new resulting opportunities for all players in the real estate industry.
The latest advances in technology have given birth to a flock of web-based startups, simplifying processes and saving time.
The real estate industry is finally catching up with innovation and there are now several startups offering diverse services, making real estate easier, and contributing to one of the leading industries in the world.
What do you want to accomplish over the phone? The goal of the first phone call is not to negotiate a deal. A lot of people try to do that on the first call, and it’s a big mistake.
In this short video, real estate investor and attorney, William Bronchick, explains the two things you need to get from the first phone call and why…
In December 2015, President Obama signed into law the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act of 2015.
The bill eases 35-year-old restrictions on foreign investment in U.S. real estate and is expected to increase the amount of foreign money flowing into U.S. real estate investment trusts (REITs).