Monthly Archives: February 2013

Five Questions To Ask Before Renting That Home

Rental properties are taking on a larger portion of our housing market these days with all the problems and foreclosures that the home buying market is facing. The more people that lose their homes, the more renters that seem to flood the market. With these added people to the rental market, it has become much more competitive. With that competition comes plenty of room for people to be taken advantage of as with any business. If you are looking to rent a home, there are a number of questions that you should ask first. Here are five vital questions you must ask before renting that home: Continue reading

International Real Estate Investment

The real estate market is a very competitive market to get into because there are various risks you have to take if you decide to invest in real estate. The risk is even greater once you decide to expand your property holdings outside your country of origin because you are unaware of the local market conditions in other countries. But along with the risks, you should also expect to get a high reward if you invested your money wisely in the international real estate market. Continue reading

Learning The Economic Indicators For Real Estate Investment

The real estate can be quite a tricky business venture. One day, it can spell rewards for you and the next day, it might not be such a smart business venture anymore. The real estate industry is highly dependent on economic indicators because the prices involved in purchasing a land and a home are not something that can be taken for granted. But the ironic thing is that regardless of how unstable this commodity may be, many people still continue to have this at the top of their priorities. Perhaps in this day and age when everything seems to come with a cost, most people still dream of owning one of the basic and most important needs of any human being—shelter. Continue reading