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March 2018 Archives

4 commercial real estate terms every investor should know

Every real estate investor needs to have a repository of vocabulary words they're familiar with in order to navigate the complicated world of property investment, and the commercial real estate industry is no different. If you're a commercial real estate investor -- and especially if you're fairly new to the industry -- keep reading and make sure that you fully understand the four terms that follow:

Alternative Financing Alert

Do possible alternative financing options for an upcoming home purchase interest you? Each financing method may seem attractive, but you will want to learn the facts about each one you consider. Some financing methods to afford a home are not advised and may leave you with little rights. Here are some facts about three better-known alternative financing options.

3 tips for your real estate transactions

The best piece of advice about real estate law is the fact that the average real estate agent does not fully understand the nuances of Texas real estate law. Real estate agents are trained to carry out highly specific legal functions, to complete forms and paperwork and to facilitate a lawful real estate transaction. They are not trained to evaluate a buyer or seller's legal rights and they do not know how to advocate for those rights in court if necessary.

Have you considered these 2 foreclosure prevention tips?

The average American homeowner knows the hard work it takes to maintain a residence. Depending on how long you've owned your home, you may have invested a lot of hard-earned money into paying the mortgage on a monthly basis and you may have accumulated a considerable amount of home equity that you don't want to lose.

Selling a home with a leaky roof? Here's what you should do

Imagine you just put your home on the market, only to discover a new water stain in the ceiling -- the telltale sign of a leaky roof problem. Should you spend the money to repair your roof before selling your home, or should you sell it like it is, tell the new owners about the problem and let them deal with it?