The relationship between real estate agents and investors is often adversarial in nature. However, if both parties are willing to overcome their misconceptions about the other, investors and agents can provide immense value to each other. Agents help clients successfully navigate the hurdles of the buying and selling process while investors are savvy at assessing profit … [Read more...] about How Real Estate Agents and Investors Can Work Together
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Today I have a great post, brought to you by the Zillow Team. When it comes to buying a home, advice is overwhelmingly centered on buying a primary residence. No big surprise since you need a place to live. But, before you invest in a primary residence, you need to consider your lifestyle goals to maximize your budget and your quality of life. Where and How Do You Want To … [Read more...] about How to Best Invest in a Home for Your Lifestyle
Compound interest. The 8th wonder of the world. Do you know the power of compound interest in its entirety? It's the greatest thing in the world...when it's working for you. When it's working against you, it can be one of the most devastating things in the world. A catastrophe, really. I'm just going to take a minute or two to show you the amazing power of compound … [Read more...] about Here’s Why Compound Interest is So Powerful
This is an awesome post by Angelina Brown. You can learn more about her at the end of the post. Write for us. Whether you’re a home-buyer or seller, you have to deal with a real estate agent for a safe and hassle-free transaction. Only a few sellers prefer to purchase or sell a home without help of a real estate broker. But most of those for-sale-by-owner transactions are … [Read more...] about How Does Your Realtor Get Paid?
This guest post was written by Johnathan Baker. You can read more about him at the end of the post! Write for us. It is a sad thing to consider, but not all that uncommon. Sometimes a homeowner with a mortgage will die before the mortgage has been completely paid off. Since mortgages can last 20, 30, even 40 or more years, a lot can happen to a person between the time they … [Read more...] about What Happens to a Mortgage When the Homeowner Dies?