Money Pit Projects That Lowers Your Home’s Value

The American dream is to own a home, but the American hustle is to sell high and make an appreciable profit. For most Americans, the average price of a new home is about $380,000. Meanwhile, one out of every four homes lose some appreciable value. Some homes lose value due to the unpredictability of the housing market. Sometimes in life we cause our own worst suffering. Like with home renovation....

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Realty Mogul Returns and How to Crowd-Invest In Real Estate

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Family business empires and well-connected agents tend to crowd the real estate market. One of the hardest investments markets to buy into is the real estate market. The combined residential and commercial real estate market is worth about $40 trillion. That’s a lot of money for people already operating in the market, and it’s a statistic that can feel like a barrier to non-investors. Many...

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Is 2018 Your Year to Invest in Real Estate or REITs?

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When most think of investment vehicles for growing wealth, stocks are usually the first thing that comes to mind. While stocks should certainly be part of your portfolio, investing in real estate or REITs can be a great method for diversification. If you’re wondering whether 2018 is your year to invest in real estate or REITs, here’s what you need to know.

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Why Get a Home Appraised Before Making a Purchase Offer?

Buying property is one of the most significant purchases that you will ever make, which is the reason why you need to ensure that you do not screw things over. One thing you need to do is get a real estate agent. They have intimate know-how, so you can imagine that they know where the best houses are. Another thing you need to do is get the home appraised. As a matter of fact, you should not buy property...

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