Category Archives: For Investors

10 Year Housing Surge Is On The Horizon

According to a new study by the Mortgage Bankers Association, the housing market is poised for one of its largest expansions in history. By 2024, demographic and economic changes are forecasted to bring 15.9 million additional households on board. That means an average of 1.6 million additional households per year, sparking “housing market growth over the next […]

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a Vacation Home

Buying your primary home is like achieving an essential piece of the American dream. And once you’ve experienced the satisfaction of homeownership, you might be tempted to purchase another. Hey, who wouldn’t want a vacation getaway—especially if you can turn it into a cash cow by renting it out? While vacation homes can be an excellent source […]

The Benefits of Buying a Home Through a LLC

Buying a home through a Limited Liability Company (LLC) is beneficial for three main reasons: 1. Homeowners can maintain a level of privacy because the LLC is listed as the owner of record. When setup properly deal constructed under legal entities are virtually untraceable. For buyers who appreciate their privacy and wish to prevent the curious from locating their address and/or what they paid for […]

Considerations When Buying a Home with Someone

While people consider buying a home together for many different reasons, some are first-time home buyers looking to avoid wasting money renting, while others are investors looking to purchase investment property(ies) with business partners. Regardless of the reason, buying a house with someone does have its perks and if done with care, this arrangement can be very beneficial in getting […]

Short Sales and Bank Owned Properties – How to Avoid the Most Common Complaints

  Roughly forty percent of the homes offered for sale in today’s market are short sales and foreclosures!  Distressed properties are well known for their value, but they also have a reputation for transactional snafus, last-minute surprises and long, drawn-out escrows are just a few of the issues buyers are likely to face. While many inexperienced agents advise avoiding […]