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Each month, San Diego State University lecturer and Zillow Blog contributor Leonard Baron answers two questions from readers regarding buying, selling and investing.
While a few people are successful at flipping homes, most people earn real estate wealth by buying rental properties for long-term hold.
Buying real estate is complex, and it’s imperative to select a competent, honest agent who will skillfully represent your best interests throughout the entire process of selecting, negotiating and closing on your property.
There are a lot of benefits to both the landlord and the renter as a result of the tenant having a policy.
Once you go into escrow, many items still need to be reviewed, discussed and inspected as you move forward. Here are several that you’ll encounter for the next 40-50 days until you finally close escrow.
Many people say to stay away from condominiums because of all the issues with HOAs, but single family homes have many issues, too, so don’t make up your mind so quickly.
There isn’t an Easy Button for doing your due diligence. It’s really a time-consuming process, and few people have any idea what to do.
As a first-time buyer, you probably have no idea how the overall purchasing process works or how to make sure you’re making a smart decision. Here are a few tips that you should consider.
Without doubt, for the vast majority of buyers, a home is an investment. But just because it IS an investment doesn’t mean the house you’re interested in purchasing is a good investment.
Most knowledgeable real estate investors will agree that buying land is not a good idea. There’s just way too much risk.
Here’s a little real estate investing secret that few rental property investors know: The fancier and more prize location of a property, the worse the cash flow.
While being a landlord can be a financially and personally rewarding investment, there are lots of things to do in preparation for your new career.