As people leave one region (outflow), they need to find a place to live in another city, county, or state.
Savvy real estate investors will keep a close eye on those
In booming markets, debt can be good when used as creative leverage to buy and hold or fix and flip real estate.
How long will the boom market last? How long
Owning real estate is an exceptional hedge against inflation. This has proved true since the early 20th century, partly since values have consistently compounded annually at a pace at least
If and when the alarms begin sounding louder (due to financial or value concerns related to banks and assets, such as real estate and stocks), it will likely have an
Buying and selling real estate can take a great deal of time and money. And since time is possibly the most valuable commodity of them all, expert, Rick Tobin, has
Some sellers may spend anywhere between $20,000 and $100,000 (or more) remodeling the kitchen and bathrooms by way of new paint, flooring upgrades, kitchen appliances, or new cabinetry and run
Mold is all around us, both indoors and outdoors. Mold can severely damage a tenant or homeowner’s overall health and quality of life and make their property unlivable and unsaleable.
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
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,