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Advantages to Buying or Owning a Condominium
Condos have become an increasingly attractive home ownership option for singles, young couples, families and retired couples (that's just about everybody!). A condo is a viable option for anyone who wants to own a home without the worry of repairs, maintenance and dreaded chores like snow shoveling.
Condos are usually located in well established, proven neighborhoods. Giving you the opportunity to see where everything is before you decide to buy. Some condos are the same size as houses as far as square footage is concerned, and the accessibility is a little more governed. You have people closer to your condos so there is more of a chance that someone will watch your property while you are away.
You need an inspection completed before buying a condominium. Do not forget that when you buy a condo, you are also buying into the entire building in which your condo is located. As a co-owner of the building, you will be assessed your proportional share of the cost for corrective work required in common areas, such as the roof, heating system, or foundation.
Condominiums will increase your buying power. Condos usually sell for 20 to 30 percent less than similar detached homes. You will have all the luxury of owing your own home, but will be able to share the cost of upkeep on the building, roof, and foundation. For most buyers the choice is to buy a condo that meets their living needs or continue to rent.
Condominiums usually cost less to maintain than detached homes. The replacement cost of the high rise's roof, may be more in absolute terms than replacing the roof of a detached single-family home, but the cost per owner should be less.
Condominiums have amenities that you could not otherwise afford, such as swimming pools or tennis courts, there own community center with exercise rooms and much more. Condominiums are ideal homes for people without children or some with a very small family.
After reading this article completely you should have a general idea of why buying a condominium maybe what you are looking for.
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Conditions Are Right For Buying The Higher Priced Home You'Ve Always Wanted
Higher interest rates and home prices in the past have kept home owners from purchasing larger homes. The current real estate market conditions, however, are encouraging for many home owners who want to "buy up" to higher priced homes with more to offer.
Investing in Real Estate Profitably: Eliminating the Need for Mortgage Insurance
In an earlier article, we presented various options for ensuring that you have positive cash flow when holding rental houses, by minimizing loan payments. One problem which we now can address is to how to eliminate the need for paying mortgage insurance.
Selling a House is Easy
The thought of selling a house strikes fear into most people. The contracts, the legalese, the exorbitant costs - they all conspire to make the experience unpleasant at best, and a nightmare at worst.
What To Expect In Closing Costs On A Home Purchase
Many are taking advantage of this year's low mortgage rates to purchase a home. Pent up with excitement, many families, who have scrimped and saved for a down-payment, jump for joy when the mortgage lender finally approves their application.
Maximizing Curb Appeal and First Impressions to Sell your Home
We all know that a home or property of any kind, in order to sell faster and at a higher price, should have what is known as curb appeal. Frequently, it is not the expensive things that make a difference.
How to Attract Clients in Residential Real Estate
Doesn't it seem like everyone you know has a friend, relative, or acquaintance that is a realtor? How could anyone, especially someone new to the industry, possibly achieve success when faced with this much competition?The answer begins to appear when you consider the following questions: How many licensed real estate agents have the talents required for success in sales? How many have been trained in effective selling techniques? How many know how to prospect effectively? How many know which questions to ask to determine the factors that are most important to each prospect's buying decision? How many take their profession seriously and are willing to put in the effort and hours that are required to build a successful business? How many of them regularly sell multiple houses per month? The 80/20 rule definitely applies to residential real estate. In fact, some statistics suggest the ratio is more like 90/10 (where 90% of home sales are made by just 10% of realtors), with the vast majority of home sales by the top 1%!So, how can a novice realtor attract clients? By building his or her credibility and relationships.
Protective Covenants - Buying A Home
In addition to zoning, some properties have covenants recorded at the courthouse that "run with the land." These "protective covenants" can put a serious pinch in your plans for a piece of property.
Realities of Real Estate Investing
If you are anything like me, you are always looking for a good way to work for yourself and make tons of money. Is this not the dream of millions of Americans? Of course it is, and I am willing to bet that you have considered getting into the real estate market at some point.
How Come No One Told Us About This When We Were Buying a Home?
Development, it's bound to happen.Simply because there is a large open field, or the property you're looking at borders woods, doesn't mean it will or can stay that way in the future.
Buying a Home -- Is a Home Inspection a Good Idea?
To avoid "buying a pig in a poke," buyers have long demanded the closing on a home purchase be contingent upon a satisfactory inspection by a home inspection firm. In many parts of our country, we're now experiencing a strong sellers' real estate market and sellers often receive more than one purchase offer on the same day for their home.
Selling a Home - What Personal Property Stays?
The home selling and buying process can be confusing, particularly when it comes to figuring out what items stay with the home. This is especially true when it is a FSBO (for sale by owner) operation.
Renting Versus Buying A Home
Renters are often in a quandary as to whether it makes sense to continue renting or buy a home. Buying a home makes more sense, particularly when taking a long-term view.
Cheap, Bargain, Real Estate; Good Deals, Below Market, Low Priced Properties Are Available...
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Working With Your Real Estate Attorney
Purchasing or selling a home will probably be one of your largest and most important financial transactions. Before signing a contract to purchase or sell a home, both buyer and seller should consult an attorney to assure that the real estate transaction will be handled legally and professionally.
How to Sell Your House For Full Price
Many people believe that a real estate broker is needed to sell their house. So they post it with a broker who may or may not sell it and if they do charge exorbitant fees.
Finding A Capable Agent To Meet Your Real Estate Needs
Whether you're a first-time buyer, selling your current home or relocating to a different part of the country, the support of a qualified, knowledgeable real estate agent can alleviate many of your concerns and ensure a smooth transaction. A professional agent can market your present residence, help you locate the home of your dreams and assist in making your transfer to an unfamiliar area easier.
Tax Deferred Exchanges of Investment and Business Real Estate
The Primary Residence taxation, the Residential Replacement Rollover, Sec. 1034 exception is gone.
Product Review of Carelton Sheets No Money Down Course
Real estate continues to be a very important part of any financial wealth building strategy. Most wealthy individuals have real estate investments as a portion of their overall net worth.
How To Negotiate A Higher Price For Your House
Negotiation is where many FSBO home sellers really have problems. The wrong attitude or a slip of the tongue could cost you thousands.
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