Why Commercial Rentals Can Be A Better Investment Than Residential Rentals

Posted on: 2 December 2015
If you are looking into the real estate industry and are thinking about investing in rental property as a way of making money, you might be thinking about becoming a landlord and renting your property out for profit. Although you might naturally be thinking about renting out residential properties, there is a better option for you to consider -- renting out commercial real estate. These are a few reasons why this can be a better option.
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4 Ways to Avoid an Eviction Hurting Your Family

Posted on: 30 January 2015
Bad situations happen to good people all the time. Unfortunate events such as a job loss, increased medical bills, or auto repair issues can place families behind in paying their rent. If you are facing an eviction, here are four ways to avoid it from hurting your family and get a new apartment to rent. 1. Search for an Apartment Once You're Behind in Your Rent The problem many renters face once they are evicted is that it's difficult to rent again with an eviction shown on file.
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Heading To Retirement And House Too Big? Some Options You Have

Posted on: 28 January 2015
If you are about ready for retirement, and currently live in a large house, you should consider moving. This can save you a large amount of money, because you will not have to worry about large utility bills, and other upkeep to a large home. Manufactured Home Manufactured homes are a great choice for retired couples. They are just like a regular home, but made much differently. You should contact a realtor (or a company such as M & W Manufactured Home Sales) and walk through a few of them.
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Dispelling 2 Common Myths About Home Appraisals

Posted on: 23 October 2014
Selling a home is almost always a highly stressful experience for someone to go through. A house is a major investment, and it is important to get the most you can from a buyer. Unfortunately, there are a couple of common myths homeowners may have heard about their home's value, and dispelling these myths can help you better anticipate what to expect from this process.  Myth: You Always Get Your Home's Appraised Value From A Buyer
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