Guest post on investing in hotels and accommodation can have some very good returns. Most people either develop a portfolio of investment, or they purchase a niche hotel or other accommodation and become an owner operator. In this article, we look at the owner operator and what they should be thinking about before they invest.
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…and what you should expect. Having a problem selling your home? Real estate investment may be in your future if you are trying to sell a home.
The following is a guest post describing the advantages of new real estate software
Things you should know when starting a real estate business include knowing to use the right development software, doing your research before you start and writing a comprehensive business plan. The following is a guest post.
How consumers feel can be more important than what is actually happening. The survey that was conducted as a national housing review does indicate a change in attitude that can help real estate investors make a decision.
Are there any trends that real estate investors should focus on? Is the market right for the small investor? Here is a look at a few things that I have noticed.
Are there good investment properties left in Houston? May a foreclosure not be a good deal? An introduction to some numbers to watch.
Watching trends among renters could give real estate investors a clue to what they may expect.
More foreclosures will be coming onto the market in 2010, and some of those homes may have been a previous investor’s downfall.
Real Estate Investors looking at foreclosures may need to be warier than before when it comes to checking out a home’s electrical system.
Real Estate Investors and Home Buyers should take some factors into consideration when making plans for purchasing properties next year.
Investing in foreclosures can be profitable, but it can bring headaches. Here are 5 real estate investing pitfalls that new investors need to avoid.
Knowing some facts about Houston real estate can help the average buyer, but it can prove vital for the real estate investor. Entrepreneurs need to be up on statistical abstracts to spot the trends and forecasts to make wise home buying decisions.
A new Texas rule requires that Landlords (real estate investors) have to present their criteria for selecting a tenant.
With new rules concerning home inspections going into effect February 2009, here is a checklist that home inspectors and real estate investors can use.
Real estate investment in other areas takes some planning. A home inspector gives you some items to consider.
Going over some financial numbers to determine which REIT is best.
Real estate investors and homeowners should be forewarned that water damage can occur when turning on this utility. There is a possibility of damage from other utilities too.
For a real estate investor, determining what type of property to buy can be as easy as looking at the trend in REITs.
The roof and its framing can show many issues with a home. Some start when a new roof is installed. During a home inspection, I see a common framing mistake, but some solutions can be done by the homeowner, with a little knowledge.
Moisture problems on the home’s exterior are typically found during a home inspection, but with some easy steps can be prevented.
Find the best information about foreclosures in your area by going to the primary source for news media’s reports, RealtyTrac. Here are some ways to find that information from that site.
More communities are looking to protect tenants by requiring home inspectors to investigate rental properties. News stories such as one from Houston will only encourage this trend. Real estate investors should take steps now to protect their buildings.
Maybe you should not have repairs done on your home by the home inspector. It is possible that you may not want them to estimate those repair costs either.
The difference between a real estate auction and a foreclosure auction. Possibly misleading advertising in a real estate deal.
A post detailing concerns when turning utilities back on in a foreclosed home.
Evaluating a room without a home inspector’s tool kit.
A simplified way to inspect your air conditioning system without a home inspector’s tool kit.
How to inspect the exterior of the home without a home inspector’s tool kit.
Steps to evaluate an electrical system without a home inspector’s toolkit.
How does a home inspector evaluate a roof? Some steps that you can take on your own.
How to inspect a kitchen like a home inspector (sort of) without the tools that a home inspector uses.
Tackling a difficult task, finding a way to inspect a foundation.
Inspecting a bathroom without a home inspector’s tool kit.