Location, Location, Location. Why Where You Buy Is More Important Than WHAT You Buy. How To Choose The Right Neighborhood For You When Buying a Home

Many people only think about the house itself when they decide that they want to purchase. What is so important to understand, is that when you buy a house, you’re buying the surrounding community, not just the house itself. You don’t want to buy a house in a neighborhood that everyone is trying to get out … Read more…

Have You Grown Tired of Dealing With Your Rentals? It May Be Time For You To Start Seriously Considering Hiring Someone To Help Manage Your Investments

Many people have heard of property managers, but aren’t quite sure exactly who they are, and what they do. Well, to put the term concisely, a property manager is a company that operates real estate properties for fees. They do so when an owner is either unable to personally attend to the required details, or does not care … Read more…

Not So Fast…Just Because You Can Afford To Buy a Second Home, Doesn’t Mean You Should. Here’s What You Should Know About Buying Secondary Homes

Not only the 1% of the world buy second houses. It is common to assume that a person has a lot of money when they own a second home. While in some cases this is true, for example, if the person owns an Island, or a 3,000 square foot apartment in New York. But there … Read more…

Who Gets The Family Home In a Divorce? Lots Of Factors Go Into This. Here’s What You Need To Know About What Happens To The House During a Divorce

Divorce is not ideal; especially when children are involved. When a divorce occurs, just the mere thought of moving your children out of their family home can be devastating, as it can make you feel like a bad parent to take them out of the one sense of normalcy they’ll have left, which is their home. … Read more…