Cool Home Additions To Bank On

Posted by Brian Hudson // April 11, 2018

What cool, yet unconventional, home additions can homeowners and real estate investors add for additional appeal to their property?  Adding the right improvements can result in huge profits for any investor. Home additions and improvements are constantly a source of controversy in the real estate community. Green real estate investors and regular homeowners frequently and mistakenly […]

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4 (Weird) Threats to Your Property Value

Posted by Brian Hudson // April 4, 2018

Every homeowner likes making their house unique, but it’s not always good to stand out. Sometimes what you think gives your home character will actually drive down your property value when you list your house on the market. Here are four odd threats to your sticker price you should be aware of: 1)    Bigger Isn’t Always […]

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5 Things Every Landlord Should Do With Surplus Cash Flow

Posted by Brian Hudson // March 28, 2018

Owning a rental property should be viewed as a long term investment. If you take care of the property it will produce income for years to come.  As apparent as this may be not every landlord is willing to go the extra mile.  They would rather allocate any extra cash flow to other areas of […]

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10 Tips for Maximizing Small Living Spaces

Posted by Brian Hudson // March 21, 2018

How can you make the most out of your living space? With mobility on the rise and affordability getting worse, renters and homebuyers are frequently finding themselves living in tighter quarters than they’d like.   Whether you desperately crave to make your current space bigger, make a new home work for your large family, or to maximize a […]

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5 Hidden Home Buying Expenses

Posted by Brian Hudson // March 14, 2018

There is a lot that goes into buying a home. This is the case whether you plan on living in the property or using it as an investment.  What most veteran homebuyers know is that the list price is not the amount you end up spending.  Between property taxes, insurance and miscellaneous closing costs this number […]

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Great Home For First Time Home Buyer – Newly Renovated

Posted by Brian Hudson // March 12, 2018

Renovations are now complete and this lovely renovated home is ready for a new owner! The kitchen is completely redone with new counter tops, cabinets, flooring and layout. The bathroom is brand new with new fixtures and has plenty of extra room. This cozy 3 bedroom 1300 sq ft home is ready for a new […]

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5 Tips To Help Secure Financing

Posted by Brian Hudson // March 7, 2018

One of the biggest hurdles for investors old and new alike is securing financing. You can have everything else with your business in place but without financing you won’t get very far.  How and where you find financing has changed dramatically over the past ten years.  It wasn’t that long ago when lender financing was the […]

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5 Actions To Take When You Apply For A Traditional Mortgage Loan

Posted by Brian Hudson // February 28, 2018

There are many real estate investors who are utilizing traditional lender programs. With interest rates continuing to slide this has become an increasingly viable option.  As popular as lender programs are not every borrower can get approved.  There are still strict guidelines in place and a mountain of documentation that has to be provided.  With […]

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Looking To Get Started In Real Estate? Start By Answering These Five Essential Questions

Posted by Brian Hudson // February 21, 2018

Anyone can invest in real estate. You don’t need a degree or an expensive license to make an offer. Someone with twenty years’ experience has the same opportunity as a new investor looking for their first deal. Many of the real estate investors you see on TV struggled for years before finding their grove. The […]

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How to Make Your Old Home Feel New (For Less)

Posted by Brian Hudson // February 15, 2018

Does your house feel more cramped than cozy? Are those mauve walls driving you mad? Then it’s time to give your real estate investment a much-needed facelift. Although renovating or rehabbing properties can be expensive, especially in this economy, there are a few tricks you can use to make that old house look new without […]

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