Category Archives: For Investors



Selling a Tenant-Occupied Property

Know your rights—and the tenant’s, too. Whether you’re looking to take advantage of a seller’s market or simply tired of landlord life, there are plenty of reasons you might need to sell a tenant-occupied property. Sure, it’s your house to sell, but having renters does affect the process. Violating lease agreements or upsetting a tenant could […]



What Is A Probate Sale

If you’re an active real estate investor, at some point you’ll likely come across a probate sale. Properties sold through probate can be a good deal, as they’re often priced lower than other comparable homes, however, there are risks and probate sales often take longer than traditional real estate transactions. As a result they aren’t popular […]


Guide to Reverse 1031 Exchanges

There are many reasons why you might find yourself in a position where you must acquire or would prefer to acquire your like-kind replacement property first before you sell your current relinquished property in your 1031 Exchange. You might unexpectedly find an investment opportunity that you must act on before you even have time to […]





What’s My Home Worth? Real Estate Valuation Tools

This article explains the four most common valuation methods used for real estate and property transactions, including how and when they are used. It’s important to note that the methods below are not necessarily mutually exclusive. Homeowners, lenders, mortgage servicers, investors, and other professionals use one or more of these valuation methods, depending on circumstances […]