Month: April 2008

Creative Ways to Pay for Your First Home

Are you looking to buy your first home, but you’re worried you won’t be able to afford it? Perhaps you’ve even looked into some ways to afford your first house, but you still can’t find one that suits your lifestyle and needs. But you don’t have to worry any longer. By using these creative 6 creative ways to finance your…

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Choosing Effective Real Estate Websites

Online transactions are really taking over. These days, almost all important transactions can be done online. You may bank through the Internet or even shop for whatever item you need. The real estate industry is never to be left out. You would find that almost all real estate companies and agents that matter can be found and located online. Online…

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Investing in a 2nd Home

While for some, buying a home is a life changing event and big financial investment, surprisingly there is about one tenth of home owners that belong to the increasingly mobile upward class and look to invest in the real estate market beyond their first home. The attractive rates of interests, as well as, very strong home market scenarios and the…

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Home Improvement on a Budget

You can make improvements to your home without busting the bank. You can even make the improvements yourself, just use an extra amount of care and go slow – two things that will serve you well when you’re doing your own home improvement projects. For some specific ideas, how old are the lighting fixtures in your dining room or bathrooms?…

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Investing in Tampa Real Estate

Real estate is a popular investment.  There are many modifications in the monetary system having puffed-up risk or lesser returns, the investment marketplace go on with the plan imaginative and good-looking investment approaches.  These developments make it important for real estate licenses to have an elementary and up-to-date knowledge of real estate investment.    Of course, this does not mean that…

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Affordable Homes

Affordable housing works out from a simple equation. Affordable housing should not exceed around thirty percent of a family’s monthly income to pay rent and utilities. For owning a home, the costs for utilities, taxes, mortgage, and insurance should not exceed 38 percent of the gross monthly income. These percentages can define affordable housing for any person at any income…

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Get Your Gold in South Florida

As the most highly urbanized part of Florida, South Florida is dubbed as the Gold Coast because you’ll surely experience a gold standard lifestyle when you choose to live here. Consisting of the Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties, South Florida has a tremendous business and leisure possibilities for both tourists and residents. If you’re a sucker for the traditional…

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What Do Foreclosures Mean to Rental Investors?

The world is being overpowered right now with real estate and home foreclosures at an all time high. Homeowners are frightened, the lenders are pulling out all the stops to ensure the buyer will truly pay off the loan on the home and real estate agents are left in the whirlwind of activity trying to right themselves. When foreclosures markets…

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Feng Shui in Real Estate

When considering building a piece of real estate or purchasing a piece of real estate with feng shui in mind, there are several factors that need to be taken into consideration. Feng shui and real estate are long time partners that can be brought together for better luck, life and living. The art of feng shui has been a part…

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