Today, we’re bringing you an article about first-time investors who want to get into real estate. According to the article, the “most common strategy for real estate investors is the “buy, rent, and hold” model, where an investor buys a property and rents it out to tenants to make a profit from the rent.” To read more and to see the dos and don’ts, CLICK HERE.
“Millennials prefer urban cores, even ones outside of major metropolitan areas, because they want to be able to walk or bike to work and stores. In turn, areas that offer so-called walkability should see more home buyers and renters than those that don’t.” That’s a quote from today’s article. According to the article, the value of homes went up and it happened quickly in cities that are considered “walkable.” So which city is more walkable? CLICK HERE to find out!
Good news for homeowners who are upside down on their house. According to today’s article, the number of people with this issue is getting smaller as the value of homes goes up. Here’s a quote, “…rising home values is the biggest reason for the decrease in underwater homes.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Looking for real estate stocks that have high dividends? Here’s a quote, “…both of these companies are real estate investment trusts — REITs — owning properties that are in turn leased out to different companies across a variety of industries.” Find out which companies today’s article is referring to, CLICK HERE to read more.
Do you feel a breeze in your house even when all the windows and doors are closed? No, it doesn’t mean your house is haunted…well, at least we hope not! That little breeze may be a leak that could be costing you money. Here’s a quote from an article with information we hope you can use to save you a bit of money this summer. “To see if your home is a bad performer, try a thorough home energy audit. They are offered through utilities and local contractors and are often subsidized by state energy efficiency programs.” To read more, CLICK HERE.