What Kind of Home Buyer Are You in Today’s Market?

You’d be surprised to know that in our current market there are many different kinds of home buyers (and consequently, home sellers). This should tell you something — that the market’s largely dictated by who you are. And if you don’t know who you are as a home buyer, you’re basically jumping into an ocean without a life […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid to Take Photos at an Open House

We’re willing to bet you’ve probably never seen any prospective home buyers walking around inside a property for an open house with a big camera in hand, snapping away at every possible angle. The thought’s preposterous, because the website or flyer already has a detailed listing of photos! What’s the point? The Point Is This: […]

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The Double-Edge Sword of Real Estate: Future Property Developments

Real estate’s like gambling when you think about it. You’re basically betting on a property hitting it big. You don’t know if it’s going to hit big. You have certain factors on your side, though: property values, assessments, location, trends, that sort of thing. But you can never be sure of what’s going to happen. Even if you’re just a potential home buyer looking for your zero-down home through H.O.P.E. to Own, you’re never sure if that home’s going to turn into a good investment on your end in the future just in case you plan on mortgage refinancing or moving out.

More so is the fact that you never know what’s going to happen to property developments around
your particular real estate in question! That’s what this is all about.

Future Property Developments: Will They Help You or Hurt You?

This takes some real estate research, far beyond what you’re accustomed to, just so you know. After all, if you invest or purchase a home in a development that may face vacancies or additional land developments, that may just have a tremendous effect on the future supply and home pricing around you.
Other such issues can include soon-to-be governmental prospects on developments for new schools, hospitals, changes in zoning and traffic for better flow or access to other amenities and that sort of thing. If changes are made around you — for better or worse, specifically for you — you could be looking at a good thing…. Or a bad thing.

It’s a Gamble. But What Do You Expect?

Shoot the tables and see what you come up with, I guess. You go in with great knowledge and technique, though, as a real estate investor. Whether it’s beachfront real estate or just a single-family home in a neighborhood — whatever the case, wherever the chips fall, if you have some idea of what’s going to happen in the future, you’ll have some idea of just what you might net in terms of ROI, or property value.
Lucky seven.
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Watching Your P’s and Q’s as a Rent-to-Own Occupant

The interesting thing about rent-to-own properties is how private and flexible they really are. There’s no specific basis for them, especially from a real estate broker standpoint. In fact, brokers and agents for the most part wouldn’t care too much about rent-to-owns, because there’s not that much in it for them. Typically, rent-to-owns are all […]

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RTOR’s Latest Review: AssistingRenters.com

Comprehensiveness. That’s the name of the game when it comes to resources. As a home renter, too, without a doubt, you need resources. And not necessarily from a bunch of different places, no, sir. Try just one place. That makes it easy, convenient, simplistic, and minimal hassle on your end as a home renter. Because everyone knows […]

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Knowing the Difference Between Rent-to-Own and “Land Contract”

Brace yourself: this is going to be difficult. As with anything in the real estate industry, you end up thinking you need either a real estate attorney or maybe Superman to wrap his brain around the concept of knowing the difference — between a rent-to-own and a land contract. Not even a kryptonian could honestly […]

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Why Assisting Renters Makes Selling Homes a Breeze

Think of tree roots, and you’ve got the basis for the real estate market when it comes to effective real estate programs out there. Plant a seed, and it grows. Believe it or not, that’s where Assisting Renters comes from — they’re all about starting from the ground up, assisting…

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The Funny Thing About Condo HOAs and Rent-to-Own Agreements

The funny thing about HOAs (Homeowner Associations) is that they legally can choose to work with — or not work with — the ‘tenant’ in question. You’re all throwing your arms up in disgust, thinking that it’s unfair given the fact that tenants may have rent-to-own agreements with condo owners, for instance, right? Of course the […]

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Assisting Renters: How It All Begins With a Rent-to-Own

Don’t knock the home renter one bit. Because that’s the start of a journey toward home ownership when you think about it. Name one person out there either in college or fresh out, and that person will tell you: home renting was how it all began. You learned about maintenance, utility bills, even home improvement, […]

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Independent Credit Solutions: an RTO Consultant’s Dream

We have to admit that most likely your RTO consultant specialist’s easiest job is accessing that qualified list of rent-to-own homes, negotiating with a prospective homeowner/landlord, setting up a showing, and getting you, the new homeowner, into that home. It’s an easy deal. What’s not that easy, though (although your consultant won’t sweat much either on this) […]

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