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Real estate investing has various benefits and challenges not associated with other investment vehicles.  There are specific tax codes made just for those investing in real estate, whether they are commercial or residential.

5 Need-to-Know Ways to Help You Buy Your Dream Home

Deep down inside your heart, there’s one dream you’ve forever clung onto, never letting it go no matter what. It is your dream of owning a nice, modern and beautifully furnished house in some place, far away from the noisy, chaotic life in the city. Maybe it’s a beautiful, modern apartment, a huge villa or just a house of your preferences. Or it’s just a simple, true Indian home in a leafy suburb. And because you would rather buy it than build from scratch, you haven’t really thought of hunting for it yet. You possibly can’t acquire it right now perhaps because [...]

By |2019-04-16T20:35:29-04:00April 16th, 2019|real estate|0 Comments

5 Cities around the world to invest in real estate

The entire world is now a global market in numerous aspects and now it is as easy to invest in real estate and stocks in the globe as it is to buy shares in your own land. The number of global investor over the last 10 years has grown at an exceptional rate. Iconic cities like London, New York, and Los Angeles have seen a huge inflow of foreign funds as investors from around the world are trying to buy properties in a major city. However, the most important essence of investing in any real estate business is expected returns over the [...]

By |2019-04-11T20:47:46-04:00March 2nd, 2019|real estate|0 Comments

5 Common Kitchen Remodeling Mistakes to Avoid

Now, that you have gone over the figures, stilled the naysayers and realized that home remodeling is worth the money you spend, you have finally decided that it's time to bite the bullet and remodel your 1980s kitchen. However, there are a few remodeling mistakes that you want to avoid though when it comes to kitchen do-overs. Mistake #1: Trying to Go DIY With Your Remodel The first mistake you want to avoid during a kitchen remodel is trying to take on the task yourself. DIY, do it yourself, is extremely popular these days, and there are some things that it works [...]

By |2019-01-07T22:55:24-04:00December 26th, 2018|real estate|1 Comment

Why Do People Get Insulted on Low Ball Home Offers?

It honestly feels like yesterday when I wrote post after post after post about selling my first house, looking for a new house and then eventually closing on our current home.  Well, for the past 6 to 9 months The Wife and I have been looking for a new home (numbers behind the idea), and it was during this on going process this week where I ran into a very interesting exchange with a broker.  We even made some offers on homes that I didn't write about! The home was listed for $850,000 on September 1, way out of my league, however [...]

By |2019-01-20T10:35:18-04:00November 9th, 2018|real estate|0 Comments

…And Just Like That ANOTHER Real Estate Deal is Dead!

I think the major difference (for me) between buying equities versus buying real estate is the complexity of the deal.  I was very excited about my recent possible real estate deal, it felt perfect! Financing was done, the home had equity built in and I even had a tenant that cared about the home...and then I had an inspection done on the home.  Given the title of the post, I am sure it is evident that this particular deal didn't work out (again). Not only is real estate local with regard to understanding value, market, etc., the customs when it comes to closing and contracts is [...]

By |2018-10-29T14:14:34-04:00October 16th, 2018|real estate|2 Comments