Tips For Finding The Right Senior Community Management

17 December 2020
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

You may have decided that you want to own a senior community living residence. You now have another decision to make. Do you want to operate and run the residence on your own with hired staff, or do you want to hire a senior community management company to run it for you? If you have decided that you want to hire a company to help run your residence, then there are a few things you should look for to ensure your residents are comfortable and happy. Read More 

How Buyers Can Cope With a Home Short Sale

7 December 2020
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Short sales may sound like the seller is in a big hurry to unload a home but that is not the case. Short sales refer not to a quick closing date but to a tricky financial situation. While short sale homes can be advantageous to buyers, you should also take certain measures to protect yourself. Read on to find out what a short sale home purchase means and what you can do to avoid making a big mistake. Read More 

3 Things To Know If You Want To Buy A Foreclosed Single-Family Home

18 November 2020
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Before you rush into purchasing a home, have you considered all your options? You can buy many types of houses, and you can use different methods to do so. One option is to buy a foreclosed home. People buy these for various reasons, and they can be great choices. Before you buy one, though, you should know the following three things. Ways to Find Foreclosed Homes A foreclosed home is a house that the homeowner lost due to non-payment. Read More 

Three Big Mistakes Many New Residential Landlords Make In Their First Year

3 November 2020
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you're like most people who have recently purchased residential rental property, you're probably excited about watching your investment grow in value during the coming years. Like many others who've found themselves in your position, you're probably also considering handling the details of the rental yourself rather than outsourcing the work to a professional rental management company. However, many first time landlords land in hot water when trying to navigate the often complex and time-consuming details involved in managing a rental property, and they often find that the rookie mistakes they make result in loss of income. Read More 

Ready To Retire Somewhere In The Outdoors? Considerations To Talk To Your Realtor About

19 October 2020
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Retiring is something you have been working for and hopefully planning on for years and years. Rather than just staying put, though, you may have dreams of moving somewhere else; after all, you can still chase your dreams during retirement.  Whether you are thinking of a ranch, farm, or mountain house, there are a few things for you to talk to a real estate agent about.  Buy a Farm Having a farm with either a bunch of open land or some animals is a great way to retire without fully retiring because you will definitely have your work cut out for you. Read More