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Category Archives: Buying Properties

Dealing with “Bad” Tenants

When becoming a new landlord there are many things you will learn as you go but one thing you want to try to avoid is having to deal with problem tenants. Having a good system of choosing your tenants will help to minimize the chances of getting a bad tenant. Even with the most rigorous screening though, you can still end up with a …

5 Steps to Becoming a Landlord

Whether you are looking for a place to invest your money, a way to earn extra cash on the side, or even looking for a new career, real estate investing could be the right opportunity for you. Looking at real estate as a whole can seem daunting, but, when broken down into simple terms, anyone and everyone can invest in real estate! The hardest …

5 Ways Buyers Can Get Ready To Buy A Home In The Sprin...

This is the second article in a two-part series in which we’ll be talking about how sellers and buyers can get ready for the spring market. In this second article, we’ll be discussing how buyers can get ready to buy a home. If you’re a prospective buyer, these are five main tasks you need to do to get yourself ready for buying a home …

Home Inspections

Home Inspections: What to Expect as a Buyer

In this first article of a two-part series, we look at home inspections as a buyer. Whether you are buying a house or selling one, you will probably deal with a home inspection as part of the transaction. Even if the home is newer, renovated, or in tip-top shape, most buyers make their offer contingent on a home inspection. It is nothing personal. Buyers …

Ready to Move On from Renting?

Do you dream of painting your walls a color other than what your landlord did? Are you longing for a pet, but know it isn’t allowed by your rental contract? Does the idea of giving a monthly payment to someone else (so their equity grows) make you groan? If you answered “yes” to these questions, then you should start thinking about moving on from …

Mark Moz

5 Important Reasons to Have a Buyer’s Agent Repr...

1. Unlike a Seller’s Agent, a Buyer’s Agent is permitted to advocate for you during the negotiation of your offer. This works in your favor, increasing the possibility of achieving the best price and terms. 2. You will benefit from rigorously objective guidance as to the market value of the property as well as real estate market cycles. A Buyer’s Agent can supply a …