Why You Need A Real Estate Agent As A First Time Homebuyer

Posted on: 20 October 2015
Deciding to buy your first home is a major life decision that you've likely put a lot of thought into. That said, before you can actually buy that first home, you will likely have to make another just as important decision: hiring the right real estate agent. The right real estate agent can make your home buying experience go much more smoothly. Still, some people attempt to go it alone and contact homeowners with houses for sale directly.
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Real Estate Agents And Drone Technology

Posted on: 16 October 2015
For many people, a drone means a pilotless aircraft used for military purposes. Beginning in 2015, numerous FAA drone permits were issued to real estate companies for business use. In fact, approximately one-third of the first 500 commercial permits issued was for real estate use. As a real estate professional, you should explore the advantages of owning your own drone.  Types In the industry, a drone is also known as an "
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Tips For Renting Out Inherited Property

Posted on: 8 October 2015
If you have recently inherited your great grandmother's old home place or your great aunt's farm, you may wonder what your options are if you do not want to live there. For many people, their first idea when they inherit property is to sell it. However, consider the ongoing profits of renting out the property you inherited. By taking the right approach towards rental property, you stand to earn a lucrative cash flow for many years to come.
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Temporary Additions For An Open House

Posted on: 30 September 2015
If will be hosting an open house to sell your home, there are a few small additions that might make your home stand out from the rest. Small touches that can bring your home to life or add an illusion of spaciousness can make your home sell even faster. Here are four temporary additions that can make your home look great during an open house. 1. Bringing in Basic Artwork
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