Three Ways To Speed Up Your Home's Closing

If you are in the process of purchasing a new home from one of the many realtors around the country and you are trying to get your family moved in before school starts, you probably only have a few weeks. While that can be a very small window of time, if your lender is able to process your documents, it is still possible to get it done but it is going to take some work on your part, as well as on the part of the real estate agent. [Read More]

Ways To Build A Community In Rental Properties As A Property Manager

As a property manager, you take on the task of making sure that a property owner's rental property runs smoothly and that rent payments are collected on time. Though this is the bare bones version of what you likely do in a day, it is the crux of the job. Part of making sure that things run smoothly is to build a community among the tenants. You may be wondering how you can do this. [Read More]

Four Subtle Things to Look for When Viewing a House for Sale

When you visit a house for sale, there are so many things to take in all at once. You want to make note of the number of bedrooms, whether the basement is damp, and whether the windows and roof are in good shape. In the whirlwind of tasks and emotions, it's easy to overlook these less-obvious things you should be looking for when viewing a home. Which way does the home face? [Read More]

Options For Selling A House When You Owe Too Much

If you own a house and owe close to what it is worth, you might be afraid that you will owe money on it when you sell it. This is very possible, if you cannot sell your house for a high enough amount, but maybe you could sell it for an amount that will cover what you owe. If not, you could always consider selling it with a short sale or letting the lender foreclose on it. [Read More]