Rental Amenities That Wow Prospective Tenants

Rental Amenities That Wow Prospective Tenants

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If you’re looking for other alternatives to attract more people to rent from you. You are looking in the right place. Here I am going to list out some of the things you can do in order to stand out from your competitors. Some of the things that I am going to mention below may seem familiar to some of you but it can be beneficial for those who are starting out new.   I’ve compiled a list for you and here it goes.   Keyless Entry System Have you ever came home and realized that you accidentally locked yourself out with the keys inside your home and you have to wait for other family members to unlock the door for you? I understand your frustration because I’ve been there…
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Ways to Save up For a Down Payment

Ways to Save up For a Down Payment

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Just like what the title said, in this post, I’ll show you some of the ways you can use to save up some money.   The first thing you need to do is to determine the size of your down payment. This is important because if you’re unaware of how much you’ll need to set aside in order to make a reasonably sufficient down payment, you don’t have a direction. From my experience, I would say that typically you need around 15 to 20 percent down payment for a single-family home, and to qualify you to need to have a credit score of 720 or higher Moving on if you’re multifamily the safe range would be at 25 percent of your purchase price.   The rules may be slightly different…
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How to Invest In Real Estate With Little to No Cash and Experience?

How to Invest In Real Estate With Little to No Cash and Experience?

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One of the most challenging aspects of real estate investing is getting comfortable with rejections. Why do I say that? Because when you’re starting new, you have no connections, no cash, and experience so what can you do. Getting yourself to knock on each and every door is the way to start. It’s 100% hustle and 0% excuses. At least that’s where I start my journey. Many gave up along the way because it wasn’t as glamorous as they thought it would be for them. Start conditioning your mind to see rejection as a step closer to success and not a barrier to stop you.   What happens if you don’t have the money to invest in real estate but you still want to own a few properties? Here is…
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Buying a House With A Bad Credit?

Buying a House With A Bad Credit?

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The most common question you’ve probably heard of when it comes to purchasing a home is “How Can I Buy a House if I have a bad credit score?”. That is a very good question and before I give you the solutions to it, you need to understand that the average credit score in the U.S. is anywhere from 669 to 699 depending on which credit report is used. Although that is the average score there is still quite a huge sum of Americans whom still have a credit score less than 600, which means this individual are unable to obtain a mortgage, buying a house or even real estate investing can be hard for them.   Now there are two sides to solving this issue, there’s good news and…
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Myths and Truths About Selling Your Home

Myths and Truths About Selling Your Home

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When it comes to the real estate market, you’ve probably heard of many people out there giving advice. However, not all of that information is true. What I am trying to say is that if you’re looking to list your home as a homeowner or even an agent listing out properties for sale you’ll need to separate facts from fiction. You are entirely responsible for your property, doing the necessary research can help you in the long run.   Now we are going to identify some of the myths and debunked them so that you will have the proper tools in order to sell your property fast.   Myth 1: Exterior isn’t as important as the interior Truth: Most of the home buyers often make a judgment based on their…
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Luxury condos surge in value

Luxury condos surge in value

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Well, this is definitely a must read for those of you who have been investing or looking to invest in the luxury condominium category. In this article, I will provide you the updates for both Toronto and Montreal because the market is on the rise.   Let us dive into the numbers, according to a luxury housing market report shows that condo markets in Canada’s two largest cities appreciated to 10.2% and 8.4%, respectively. In other words, the average price in Toronto reached $2,268,571, and in Montreal it rose to $1,295,401.   Although there has been an increase in value for the condo’s, the market for luxury detached houses in Toronto faced with a significant 40% drop in sales. During the aforementioned period, luxury condominium has an average of $2,680,064.…
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Bathroom Renovation You Should Never Do Yourself

Bathroom Renovation You Should Never Do Yourself

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Whether you’re someone looking to purchase a home or an agent looking to take things into your own hands, this article I’ll point out some of the bathroom renovations that you should not do it yourself.   It may be the smallest room in your house, but the renovation isn’t necessarily proportional to its size. According to Open Listings director, “ A bathroom remodel is the most nerve-wracking of any renovation, especially if it is the only bathroom in your home.” I can totally relate because it may look simple to handle but when it comes to details, there is a lot of work that needs to be done carefully. One error you may end up not being able to use the bathroom for the entire day or even more.…
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