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Posts tagged "Real Estate Transactions"

Renting out single-family homes rising in prevalence

Rental properties are not limited to just large apartment complexes. For one, single-family homes can be rental properties. In fact, statistics suggest that being put up for rent is an increasingly common use for single-family properties here in the United States.

Tiny houses can have under-the-radar costs too

One housing trend that has been gaining steam in recent years is the trend of tiny houses. There are many goals a person may be hoping to achieve by opting for a tiny house rather than a traditional home. One is to simplify their living situation. Another is to lower their environmental footprint. Yet another is to lower their overall housing-related expenses.

Single women’s big current role in Texas’ home purchase market

A person’s individual circumstances can have many impacts when it comes to efforts to purchase a home. They can affect what the person is looking for in a home purchase, what their major goals are for the purchase and what legal issues are likely to be significant ones for them when it comes to the transaction.

Selling a home can give rise to many expenses

Whatever a home seller’s particular goals may be, what happens during the home selling process can have significant ramifications regarding their ability to achieve these goals. One thing that can have such impacts is what costs arise in relation to selling the home.

Preparation important when buying a house for the first time

Buying a house can be a very big step. So, the process of house shopping and buying a home can feel very daunting, particularly for those who are doing it for the first time. This may especially be the case these days, since, in certain places, housing market conditions currently aren't the most friendly for first-time home buyers