Posts Tagged“real estate”

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Real estate can be quite a lucrative field. Many have made their millions through the real estate game, but rest assured it was not always a walk in the park. Every real estate professional has undoubtedly had their pitfalls from time to time. Here are 5 of the most common mistakes that new comers tend to make. Take these to heart and try to avoid them at all costs. Lack of True Goals – The draw to selling properties is quite high primarily due to the high income potential, but too many people simply believe that the money is going…

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New traders seeking information about online trading should be in a position of getting access to good number sources of quality education. They should also create room for the application and trial of the acquired information. It is always advisable for everyone that want to succeed in a certain field to keep trying the new ideas to have the clear experience. Online stock trading has one main advantage that is beneficial to all traders. The advantage is that the game lasts a lifetime with no end. Provided the inventors are alive and able to trade, they have the years to…

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The commercial real estate market can be a minefield, sporadic market movements can make it difficult for the would-be investor to make a smart decision around what type of commercial real estate to buy and where. Following the 2008 economic crisis prices crashed dramatically in this sector and have only shown strong signs of improvements in the last few years. There were many smart investors who used the crash in price to capitalize and as you can imagine this has lead to a knock on effect that has affected the stability of the market. Finding the best commercial real estate…

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Looking for an advisor on Philadelphia’s real estate? Well, you are in luck because now you can actually direct your questions to real estate development veteran Blake Rubin on Quora. A Philly native, Blake Rubin has sold many properties all over the United States, and thus gained a deep understanding on what works and what does not when it comes to real estate development. Blake Rubin achieved this by traveling all over the United States to understand each city’s culture. Luckily, being a people-person, Blake Rubin enjoys traveling, experiencing different cultures and making new friends. He would utilize this to…

Is it truly the time that you sold your current home and moved on in your life? If so, selling that home may not prove as easy as you may have first thought. Whether it is the local real estate market, the home needing notable repairs, or a combination of both, you may find yourself with a residence sitting and sitting for the foreseeable future. In the process, you are growing frustrated and impatient. In such cases, having a Plan B in your mind is truly a great idea. So, is it time to sell that house? Move That Home…

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Are you trying to sell your home, yet feel like you’re striking out over and over again? For many attempting to unload their homes, the feelings of frustration can set in rather quickly. Whether it is due to a slow real estate market, the home not being in the true condition it requires to attract serious interest, or the asking price is just out of this world, homes can sit on the market for months and even years before finally moving or being taken off listings. In the event you’ve found yourself in a challenging situation as of late in…

Things to Think About Before Becoming a Landlord

So you have an extra room and want to make a little side cash? Do you have an investment or vacation property sitting vacant? While maybe you should rent it out! Though the idea of getting “easy” money form a rental property sounds terrific, there are some things to think about before becoming a landlord. Check the Laws Not everywhere can legally be a rented. There are loads of zoning laws that may not allow for subletting. Also, if you have a home owner’s association or live in a condo, you need to check with the board. Don’t forget you will…

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Many successful small businesses started out as side gigs first undertaken in the home or apartment where the owner lived. The appeals are many: You can keep your business costs low, write-off a home office on your taxes, and enjoy easy access to your work any time of day. However, as a business grows and changes, it’s not uncommon for a home office to start to feel cramped. If you’ve been working out of your home or apartment for a while now, it’s normal to start wondering whether to stick it out or find some new digs. There’s no need…