Home Buying Tips

The Value Of Having A Buyer Agent in the Real Estate Process

The Value Of Having A Buyer Agent in the Real Estate Process

Navigating the real estate market we find ourselves in now, characterized by low housing inventory, high buyer demand and volatile interest rates, is challenging for homebuyers. In such a competitive environment, an experienced Buyer’s Agent becomes an invaluable asset, employing specific, tried and true strategies to help their clients succeed.

Buying a 4-unit apartment for your first home

Buying a 4-unit apartment for your first home

Typically, when individuals embark on their journey as first-time home buyers, their initial considerations often revolve around condominiums, townhomes, or modest starter homes. The idea of contemplating a 4-unit apartment as their initial residential choice seldom occurs to many. Nevertheless, this option could serve as an excellent entry point for establishing a real estate portfolio and securing future financial stability.

Homebuyers and homeowners: new FHA plan could bring savings

Homebuyers and homeowners: new FHA plan could bring savings

There is good news for the 850,000 homebuyers and homeowners with new FHA-insured mortgages. FHA recently announced a reduction in its annual mortgage insurance premium (MIP). The plan will cut mortgage insurance costs by 30% for buyers who take out Federal Housing...

Comparing real estate investments

Comparing real estate investments

When an attractive investment property comes up, there will often be multiple offers in the first few days on the market. Therefore, as an investor, you need to be able to analyze the investment as quickly as possible to determine if it is right for you.

Part 2: Buying College Housing Now Is The Time

Part 2: Buying College Housing Now Is The Time

In my last article, Part 1 of “Buying College Housing – Now Is The Time,” I discussed how purchasing a condo or house for your child to live in while attending college can be a worthwhile investment and can provide financial as well as other benefits for your college student. As you evaluate this decision, here’s a guide to help you.