Property Management Via Realtors Vs. Private Property Management: Key Differences

Posted on: 11 June 2018

Most property management companies in the U.S. are actually services provided by a real estate agent or realtor. However, there are also private providers of property management. There are key differences between these two services, which may help you decide who to hire in regards to your managing your own property.  Private Property Managers Work for Themselves These professionals are individuals who are a sort of "jack-of-all-trades." They have experience fixing and maintaining plumbing and electrical systems, and they know how to keep your landscape looking lovely. [Read More]

Tips For Getting Started As A Land Developer

Posted on: 9 June 2018

Investing in real estate has long been a method of building wealth and assets. But, investing in real estate does not always mean purchasing homes or buildings that have already been constructed. Some people who are interested in real estate investments choose to develop a piece of land and then either sell the building or lease it out to make a profit. If you're interested in becoming a land developer, use the following tips to get started. [Read More]

2 Benefits Of Hiring A Realtor For Your Next Home Purchase

Posted on: 9 June 2018

Buying a home is an important decision that can affect the life you and your family experience during the time you live in the home. The price you pay for a home can affect your budget over the upcoming years. As you begin the search and make this important decision, having a hired professional there to help you can make all the difference to get you a great home at a fair price. [Read More]

Reasons To Justify A Reduced Selling Price In A Home Purchase Offer

Posted on: 8 June 2018

Prospective home buyers are under no obligation to pay the full advertised price on a house listed for sale. Some home sellers set their initial asking price at the upper range of the property's value, expecting to eventually accept a lesser amount. In addition to certain seller concessions that are regulated, home buyers can sometimes obtain a further reduction in cost by offering a lower price in the sales contract. [Read More]