If you’re thinking about moving to Australia, here’s a fair warning: be prepared for property to be highly expensive! Sydney, Perth and Melbourne are the cities of Australia that are highly competitive with each other due to the constant numbers of people moving in every week. Australia isn’t really the biggest piece of land on Earth
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Getting into the investment business is tricky, but possible and can be done typically in one of two most common ways. One of the ways is through saving up and buying an investment property as your first property just like you’d purchase your first house. The second way is by leveraging the value from a property you
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At first glance, there is not much that is similar between the real estate industry and the healthcare industry. While it would be quite simple to be dismissive of any comparison between the two seemingly disparate industries, real estate professionals should jump at any opportunity to discover something that could be beneficial, even if it
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The main premise of the word “Turnkey” for real estate investment properties means that everything is already in place, and done for you. Your property manager is the engineer that makes the train run…the oil that makes the engine roar….the straw that stirs the drink! They make sure that your rent is collected in a timely
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The 2015 State of the Nation’s Housing Report was just recently released by the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University. Due to the diminishing supply of quality rental units and dramatically escalating rents, the report concentrated on the challenges renters in this country are facing. But, information found within the report that revealed
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Primarily due to the mortgage, and foreclosure crisis of 2008, a very large percentage of American households has been driven by renters, especial to mention would be of single-family residences (SFRs) renters. The second half of the twentieth century is being characterized by suburban society where Owning the stereotypical modest home with a white picket fence
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According to the Urban Institute (UI), the rental market is about to take off in ways that have not been seen in decades. UI predicted that over the next 15 years, millennials, young adults who reached maturity during or in the wake of the financial and housing crises, will reach peak home-buying age
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Real estate equity is coming back. If you own a home or invest the odds are that you’re very much richer than you were just a few years ago. While we don’t have a full recovery yet, there’s evidence that the housing market has become more attractive in most metro areas. According to the Federal
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Is it a waste to rent? Sometimes it is. The real trick is to know when to buy and when to stay renting. The best of predictions are of little use. If you get lucky you can jump into the housing market in a buyers market and make an amazing deal. Many have thought that
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One of the most common questions we field here at Tim DeCapua Real Estate Services concerns whether it is better to buy or rent. The question itself is quite complicated, and it is one that should be addressed only after thoughtful consideration of a number of issues that vary according to each individual. The answer
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