Showing posts with label real estate investment. Show all posts
Showing posts with label real estate investment. Show all posts

May 24, 2018

Things to know about buying a house in summer 2018

Know about buying a house in 2018
You might have heard the conventional wisdom – the best season to buy a house is in spring. Sellers are keen during this time because they can showcase homes better. Gardens are in bloom, the weather is excellent, and spring is nearly always associated with happy events. But what if we told you that if you are a home buyer in 2018, aim for a summer buy.

Summer is typically associated with school holidays, a bit of gardening, picnics when it is not too hot. Although it may not sound like the season in which to embark on a house hunt, you would be surprised to know that plenty of houses get sold in the summer.

Throughout the UK, for example, the general trend is that residential sales have been higher in summer than in spring – every year since 2007.

December 17, 2013

Points to Consider Before Investing in Real Estate

Everyone seems to be rushing in to buy real estate, but very few investors are smart enough to plan their purchases and analyze what type of an investment is suitable for them. For an investment decision that does not keep your awake at night, read on the following points that will help you prepare and plan your property purchase.

Are You Prepared Enough?

September 26, 2013

4 Additional Costs to Budget for when Buying a House

Buying a house is fraught with emotions, last minute panics and finally, the grand pay off. The house, the home, the next chapter in your life. Although, before you cross the threshold, put down the pen, step back from the dotted line and triple check your budget can stand up to these five unexpected expenses on the home ownership trail.

Association Fees

Buying a home or property is a foot-in-door to an exclusive association developed specifically for new and existing land owners (houses, properties, blocks of land – you’re all included), delivering support and a veritable repository of information, including rights charters and advice for landlords regarding tenants, maintenance and miscellaneous advice on things like strata fees, where applicable. Though Australian association membership is not mandatory and the charges are comparatively meagre when held up against the US and UK, the yearly cost is an unexpected hundred dollars or so down and out, prices varying from state to state.

September 25, 2013

5 Property Hotspots in Australia in 2013

When choosing where to buy property you will want to go for an area that your property is going to increase in value. Choosing somewhere that looks good now might turn out to be an issue with reselling later and you may not make a good return on your investment down the track. Here are 5 property hotspots in Australia that are set to boom in 2013 and will gradually increase in value over time.

August 30, 2013

Tips for Buying Your own House

It is becoming increasingly difficult for young people to get their foot on the property ladder these days, especially now the property market has started to recover from the devastating effect of the recession and house prices are starting to climb again. With many banks still nervous about awarding mortgages, you’re doing very well if you’ve found yourself in a position to buy in spite of the economic climate in recent years. But what do you need to know if you’re looking to buy?

August 29, 2013

House or Condo: Which is Right for You?

Whether it's a wide open range, a range hood or a golf range that you prioritise most as an aspect of your home, there is a type of abode that is right for you. The most important balance to strike is the amount of space proportional to your needs, and (a regrettable consideration) that factor in proportion to your budget. Coral Homes has a variety of innovative and welcoming home models on display to cater to any budget and any space requirement. Take a moment to peruse some of these factors which might inform your choice between a home or condo:

April 09, 2013

Hard Money Lenders: An alternative source for borrower

When applying for loans from banks, there are some standards that you must conform to and this makes it pretty hard for most loan applicants to qualify for bank loans. This has with time forced a huge number of loan applicants to search for alternative sources of funding and among these is hard money bad credit loans lenders. In most cases, such lenders provide short term loans and borrowing from them will therefore work great for small to medium financial need.

January 18, 2013

Mechanics Lien - Getting the Right Pay that Your Service Truly Deserves

When a client fails to pay the services rendered by a business despite all the efforts done by the owner, a mechanic lien can be filed. This will allow the owner to claim the right amount for their services in accordance with the law. This can be filed with the local registrar’s office, civil court and other government organization that hold property record. This can be filed by the service provider to ensure that the property which is attached to a lien cannot be sold to anyone.

January 17, 2013

Importance of Hazard Disclosures When You Plan to Sell a Property

The greatest concern of any property buyer, particularly when buying a property that was constructed long back, is the indications of wear and tear, deterioration, and other possible defects. The seller should thus take steps to clear the buyer’s concerns so as to sell the property in a short period of time. This can be assured to the buyer by offering a detailed hazard disclosure report.

December 14, 2012

How to choose a mortgage provider?

If you're planning a move to Bedfordshire, but aren't sure how to choose the right mortgage provider, look no further! Here are some top tips on how to choose reliable, trustworthy mortgages in Bedfordshire that will take the time to find the right deal for your individual needs.

November 30, 2012

Top Reasons to Invest in Melbourne Real Estate

Consistently ranked as one of the world's most liveable cities, Melbourne is in the midst of a population boom yet still holds affordable property for investors. Housing prices have fallen slightly but demand is only expected to increase in the future, making now a great potential time to invest. If you're thinking about purchasing home in Australia, there are several reasons to explore Melbourne and its suburbs in search of potential investments.