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Thinking of Flipping? Consider These Necessities in Your Property of Choice

Plenty of real estate investors have made a handsome profit finding, fixing, and flipping homes. However, being successful at flipping homes means doing your homework. There are a number of factors that need to be considered before you determine whether a specific home is worth investing your time and money on.

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INFOGRAPHIC: 8 Reasons to Buy a Home in 2017

If you’ve been planning to buy a home any time soon, 2017 just might be the perfect year to do it. There are plenty of reasons why buying a home should be on your checklist this year, including the following.

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New Year Resolutions Buyers and Sellers Should Make

The start of the new year is the time when many people make resolutions to themselves to improve their lives in some form or fashion. Losing weight, finding a better job, or traveling tend to be among the more popular New Year resolutions, but if buying or selling your home is on the agenda for 2017, there are other specific resolutions that should be on your list, and that you should stick to.

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6 Considerations to Make When Choosing a Home Inspector

One of the more common contingencies to include in purchase agreement is a home inspection. This will provide you with an opportunity to have the home inspected by a professional and uncover any potential issues.

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How to Make the Most Money on the Sale of Your Investment Property

You bought your investment property for the sole purpose of making money. But the profits should still roll in once you decide to part with the property and sell it. When it comes time to list your investment property for sale, getting the most money out of the deal is most likely where your focus is.

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The Process of Going From Putting an Offer to Closing Escrow

Buying a home is a big deal, and is typically an involved process, especially during the time between offer acceptance and the actual closing. “Escrow” is basically when a neutral third party holds on your earnest deposit until all contingencies are met in a real estate transaction.

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5 Closing Problems and How to Deal With Them

Finding the right house and negotiating an offer can be pretty labor-intensive and even stressful. Throw in problems with closing into the mix, and you’ve got yourself a bonafide headache. In a perfect world, a deal would close without a hitch.

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Factors to Consider When Listing an Income Property

In comparison to other types of investments, real estate income properties come with a reasonably safe reward profile compared to the level of risk they come with. If you’ve got a real estate investment profile in the works, there may be a property or two that you’re considering letting go of.

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Home Buying Tactic: Pay All-Cash First, Mortgage Later

Coming up with enough cash to make a home purchase isn’t exactly easy to do, and not too many people can scrounge up that kind of money. Yet in a competitive market where homes are being snatched up just as fast as they are listed for sale, all-cash is king.

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What Can You Do About Unacceptable Behavior From Your HOA’s Board of Directors?

Condominium buildings and planned unit developments are typically run by a homeowners’ association (HOA), which in turn is run by an owner-elected Board of Directors. The members who serve on the board are responsible for making a lot of critical decisions about the association’s finances, a well as the overall state of the building.

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