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Real Estate - InfoBarrel

Denver's Rising Real Estate Prices are Hitting Locals Hard

by aleisewrites

2 months, 1 week ago

Denver is undeniably a gorgeous city. It's always been a hotspot for tourism, but it seems that everyone is starting to realize that it's a great place to live, too. A dramatic skyline, easy access to world-class ski resorts and a booming new recreational marijuana industry are just a handful of the things drawing new people here in droves. What used...

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Is Your Home Ready For The Vacation Rental Market ?

by hford

11 months, 3 weeks ago

Credit: Molly Ford

For many, a second home is a peaceful retreat to escape to on occasion. An oasis of calm. It can real estate near me also turn into a drain on your finances. With an extra home comes extra bills, extra maintenance costs, etc. Many homeowners consider renting out their second property to help cover some of these costs. It is...

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Investing in Your First Income Producing Property

by Rick Ryan

1 year, 3 weeks ago

Billions of dollars can be made in real estate investment every year, just ask Donald Trump. The question is, where do you begin? If you have ever seen real estate investing ads on the internet or watched infomercials on television, you may have noticed there are a variety of ways to invest in property. It can be overwhelming trying to decide which method is the correct avenue for you. There is also a lot of mistakes made in purchasing your first income-producing property but by following simple rules you can dramatically increase your chances of success.

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How to Save Money When Renting an Apartment

by Leigh Goessl

1 year, 7 months ago

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Renting an apartment has gotten pretty expensive over the years, but trends seem to indicate many people are more inclined to rent rather than own.

According to U.S. News in Sept. 2013, a survey done in April of that year found 54 percent of Americans felt renting was more...

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How to Buy and Fix Foreclosed Properties in 4 Easy Steps

by Gabby

1 year, 7 months ago

Though the housing crisis of the late 2000s shocked the American economy, it also created significant opportunities for ambitious investors who didn't mind getting their hands dirty. And no, we're not talking about the unscrupulous lenders and Wall Street profiteers whose subprime loans and mortgage-backed securities upended untold thousands of American families'...

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Buying a Home in New Zealand: The First 3 Steps

by Wild Ginger

1 year, 10 months ago

Buying a home is daunting and a test of endurance. You're also playing with a lot of money which is a big financial commitment. As I started to educate myself about buying a home, I found there were a lot of decisions to be made...big and small and I didn't know where to begin. My biggest question when I...

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Buying Your Dream Home Can Improve Your Health

by Wild Ginger

1 year, 11 months ago

Let's face it...managing your finances can be tricky, especially in this day and age. We feel like we are already stretched to the max with all the bills we have to commercial real estate US pay. So how are we supposed to save a 20% deposit on a $200,000 house? That's $40,000!

With a little creativity and willingness, it's absolutely possible...

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Real Estate Investing Takes Much Less Money than You Thought

by FromMeToYou

1 year, 11 months ago

There is so much noise with news, media, and late night infomercials all talking about "Real Estate Investing" and that information is almost always diluted in an effort to sell you something. Well, today, in an effort to educate people without selling courses or holding information hostage, I am going to share with you one of the perks of...

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Saving Money On Your Mortgage with Creative PMI

by Lori Hiscock

2 years, 3 weeks ago

Buying a home is an expensive endeavor.  Down payment, home inspections, loan approval costs, and tax/insurance escrows are just some of the costs that need paid at the time of home purchase by the typical buyer.

Once the home purchase is done, the costs continue.  The new home owner is now responsible for maintaining their new home as...

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Making the Transition from Renter to Homeowner

by Leigh Goessl

2 years, 1 month ago

All your life you've been renting and you've recently reached a point in your life where you've begun to think about how nice it would be to own your own home. After some realistic consideration and a look at the money factor, you've decided to take the plunge and get serious about buying a house.

To begin your...

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Make Passive Income from a Rural Property- Part 2

by Bran0615

2 years, 2 months ago

Welcome to part two of making passive income from a rural property. Here we will continue our journey evaluating the various methods available to make passive money from your property.

Lease for Hunting or Fishing

If you have a large piece of land with water and various types of terrain, leasing your land may be an option....

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Tips and Tricks for Successfully Buying a Foreclosure Property

by Jewels Em

2 years, 2 months ago

Even with the economy finally starting to picking up steam, there are still a lot of valuable bank owned foreclosure deals to be had in the real estate market.  You simply need to know what to look for and be ready to act when you find one.  Here are a few important tips to keep in mind...

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