How to Get Involved in the Emerging World of Crowdfunded Real Estate

Posted on: 24 July 2015
In the past, investing in real estate meant putting up your own money to buy a property with the intention to sell or rent it out for a profit. If you didn't have the money for a full purchase, you either had to find partners, take out a loan, or find a different type of investment. Recent changes to investment law now allow investors to join together and crowdfund bigger real estate projects, but you still need to prepare carefully before jumping into this new and wild form of investing.
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Make These Simple Kitchen And Bath Updates To Sell Your Home More Quickly

Posted on: 1 June 2015
When it comes time to sell a home, the kitchen and the master bathroom are the two rooms that buyers tend to focus on the most. If your kitchen or primary bathroom are looking a little worse for wear, your home may linger on the market for months -- even if it is in great shape overall. If you can afford a full kitchen or bath remodel, surely you should consider this option.
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How To Tell Legitimate Apartment Rental Ads From Scams

Posted on: 14 May 2015
With apartment rental rates rising and spots becoming scarce in some parts of the country, scammers have discovered a ripe source of victims in those seeking housing from afar. If you are planning on relocating to another city for employment or academic purposes, you may have little choice but to rent long distance. Online classifieds can be a good way to line up an apartment, but they're also the venue of choice for online scammers.
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What Should You Consider When Investing In Rental Real Estate?

Posted on: 6 April 2015
If you've always wanted to diversify your income stream by purchasing and renting out single-family homes, there is no better time than the present. An unprecedented drop in real estate costs throughout the country has allowed many would-be investors to purchase and rent out homes for a significant profit. However, there are a number of important factors that contribute to a successful real estate transaction. Read on to learn more about the factors you should consider before determining whether a specific home is a wise real estate investment.
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