real-estate

  • 4 Factors to Consider Before Buying a Condo


    A condo for permanent residential use is an ideal real estate investment. The property type appeals primarily to young professionals and even empty nesters that need to downsize their living space. However, it is a suitable choice for anyone who needs relatively small living space and enjoys expedient living. Unlike most apartments, condominium complexes provide extra services and amenities such as pools, gyms, and maintenance repairs. If you are interested in purchasing a condo unit, consider these factors before making a commitment.
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  • 2 Ways For First-time Buyers to Make the Sale on a Dream Home


    Like many first-time home buyers, you may feel overwhelmed when you begin the search for your new home. It can sometimes take several weeks, and often months, for you to find the perfect house in the right location for the right price. After all the hard work, it can be very disappointing to miss out on the house because another buyer beat you to the post. Here are two ways to help you make that perfect home yours.
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  • Understanding Property Valuations


    Are you planning on selling your home, or any other piece of real estate? If so, you will need to have a property valuation done. This is so that you the exact worth of your property, and you know what you can start with as a listing price. Most lenders will require property evaluations before buyers are able to get mortgages, so if you have this information ready for them, you will have a better chance of selling your home.
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