You’ve finally got all the paperwork signed and you’re ready to move into your new home. With the thought of unpacking being the first thing on your mind, there isn’t a lot of room for much else. What you should know is that, even having done a walkthrough of the house before you moved in, there are probably a few things you need to keep an eye out for. To make sure you can fully enjoy your new home, we’ve compiled the most important things to do when moving into a new house.Read More
The Coasts Are Changing
Real estate investment isn’t the same as gambling; but these days, it’s hard to know your best investment “bet”. In 2020, things are all over the map. There are supreme opportunities for those who have enough capital they can invest it, then sit on it. Meanwhile, some who previously invested are getting negatively impacted.
A great example is Los Angeles, California. L.A.’s real estate would be $200k to $1,000,000 for some ramshackle shack worth $80k in the midwest. Today, that has changed. Go on Zillow.com, and search real estate in Los Angeles stratified by price.Read More
Living in an apartment has a ton of benefits. You don’t have a yard to take care of, they are generally more affordable than other options and many give you some stunning views. However, before you move in, you need to make the decision whether you should buy or rent that apartment.
You wouldn’t purchase a brand new car without test driving it, so why would you choose a mortgage lender without shopping around first? Choosing a lender is part of the home buying process, and purchasing a new home can be overwhelming, especially if it’s your first time. There’s a lot to think about and do! Here’s what you should consider when choosing a lender.
One of the best ways to grow your savings and prepare yourself for the future or retirement is investing. There are several different types of investing that can be done, and most are quite popular. However, not all types of investments are created equally. Each has their own inherent risk and reward.