Finding that you have a wet basement or crawl space is among a homeowner and investor’s worst nightmares. In this article, GREEN offers nine critical steps to take before and after water comes, as well as know what to do when there’s a drought, which can cause similar problems, costs, and repairs.
Hurricane season officially began June 1 and lasts until November. What that means is the possibility of fast moving winds, horrific downpours, and drenching floods. Along with Mother Nature’s wrath may come deaths of people and pets, power outages, and loss of real estate property, and belongings. While we can’t stop nature’s destructive path, […]
These days home owners are gravitating to their yards and that can be for any number of reasons or activities, from lounging to cooking, eating, and exercising. Both an outdoor area’s functional and aesthetic characteristics matter nowadays to home owners, but they also count with renters. Extra features can set one listing apart from another in the increasingly crowded field of the sharing economy.
With spring and summer rental seasons almost in high gear, many potential investors are thinking: Now’s a great time to buy and rent out a vacation home. And it’s not too late to find a vacation property, whether a single-family house, condo or building with several units.
Making a shrewd, financially prudent real estate investment requires lots of due diligence. So, does renting out apartments or offices and serving as a landlord, whether for a single unit, several, a hundred or thousands! Where can you get help with all these questions? The American Apartment Owners Association.
Turnkey investing is when a buyer purchases a property from a company that previously bought, renovated, and placed a resident in a home or apartment. Of course, sometimes the property is empty and needs to be marketed for rent. Consider these ten essential tips to become a successful turnkey investor.
Some invest in real estate to build a large portfolio as their prime profession. Others limit their holdings to a few properties to earn extra funds to pay for a vacation or simply gain a steady stream of additional income. But how do you get started?
You’ve worked hard in your new real estate profession and seen success—more referrals, listings, closings, and inquiries. In fact, you frequently feel you can’t get everything done and are missing out by not being able to be everywhere and do everything you want. Perhaps, it’s time for another talk with your coach or mentor or to take a class to help decide if it’s time to hire an associate, build a team or have your own brokerage firm, even one with multiple offices.
Are you considering becoming a realtor? If so, here’s how one person made it and what he suggests to others considering the same move.
Business coaches can provide insight, help create structure, and define a clear path forward. A business coach doesn’t need to have experience in a client’s industry. What happens when a coach is also someone who has successfully grown the same business that the client is working on? You get a mentor.