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How to Estimate Rehab Costs with No Construction Background

Posted by Talisha Rosen-Kellogg // April 20, 2018

Understand and Learn from Customers If your trying to sell something the best way to do so is figure out your clientele. What do the people want and what do they like to avoid? This can mean researching the surrounding area, reaching out to people who buy what your offering and selling. You can also […]


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5 House Flipping Mistakes Newbies should try Avoid

Posted by Talisha Rosen-Kellogg // April 18, 2018

Not every rehab and flip deal you get involved in will be successful. With poor planning and unrealistic numbers you can and sometimes will lose money.  As much as investors don’t want to hear this they need to recognize the possibility.  All it takes is a few small mistakes to turn a profitable looking property on paper […]


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Challenges and Consequences of Having an Incapable Real Estate Agent

Posted by Talisha Rosen-Kellogg // April 17, 2018

A lot depends on the real estate agent you hired. With tough competition and unpredictable economic turmoil, it is important to note a few key factors in selecting the right real estate agent who will guarantee to return you a profit in selling your property. A real estate agent is basically anyone who earns a real estate license as a sales professional. Depending on each country, there are different minimum requirements for real estate agents. But what happens if you select a new real estate agent? #1. Common Mistakes Made by New Real Estate Agents  New Real Estate Agents have never been in business for themselves.They do not devise any business plan or business strategy. Next, specialize in specific services you wish to provide before moving on to the next. Fresh real […]


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Best Options When Dealing With Property Delinquency Tax

Posted by Talisha Rosen-Kellogg // April 9, 2018

If you happen to be delinquent on your property tax payments for more than a year, the standard penalties will be supplemented by an administrative fee (in case you want to start making payments as part of a plan to pay off a debt) as well as a redemption fee. Chances are, if the property […]


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Bedroom and Attic Renovations

Posted by Talisha Rosen-Kellogg // April 5, 2018

Renovating Your Bedroom Adding value is incredibly easy when you renovate your bedroom, and makes it more appealing to buyers during an open house or viewing.Though this project may be a daunting one, there are plenty of ways you can get help, such as speaking with your real estate agent to find the right crews […]


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Bathrooms: Renovations and their ROI

Posted by Talisha Rosen-Kellogg // March 30, 2018

    ROI (Return on Investment) If you’re looking to get the maximum return on   the renovations that you make on your home, there’s no better place to concentrate your efforts than on the bathroom. According to sources like The Wall Street Journal, it’s understood that a bathroom renovatios steel or polished nickel can […]


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Avoid Mistakes Pricing Your Home

Posted by Talisha Rosen-Kellogg // March 29, 2018

How do you avoid selling your house for less than it is worth? How do you avoid losing money in your sale? The first thing that you need to do is find out what other people have done wrong. Find out where others made a mistake and lost money as a result. Then avoid making […]


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Posted by Talisha Rosen-Kellogg // March 28, 2018

Liens are notices attached to your property that give the bearer a security interest in said property until the debt owed is discharged. When a lien is placed on your property, you are limited in terms of what you can do with it. You might, for example, not be able to do things like take […]


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Advertising for Selling Your House by Yourself

Posted by Talisha Rosen-Kellogg // March 26, 2018

Times have changed and we have advanced father than any Xerox Copier, floppy discs and CDs. The Internet has become the leading medium to sell properties. Statistics show that over 92 percent of today’s home buyers do an online search to find their dream property. Being a fast and cost effective medium to bring sellers and buyers together, the huge sale potential offered by the Internet cannot be undervalued. For Sale by Owner Websites The great secret of selling your home is that it needs to be posted at a location where it will be found by as many prospective buyers as possible. Take advantage of the sites that are intuitively visited by those looking forward to buying homes. Make the right and effective use of the popular keywords so that your listing pops up when people look […]


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12 Steps to Buying a Home

Posted by Talisha Rosen-Kellogg // March 16, 2018

Buying Step #1: Figure out what you can Afford (Search for Homes) You know by now that home buying complex process. Buyers will often feel troubled because of the huge home rates. So before buying a home, consider its affordability. In other words, you need to know if the particular home is in your budget or not. The actual cost of the home will end up being more than the selling cost indicates, because there are added agent fees, as well. Upon first glance, a home may seem affordable to you, but there are hidden expenses involved in buying. These expenses may lead you into financial problems. You need to take a detailed look at the housing market to figure out your price range. You will also need […]


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