You’ve never felt more like an adult. Your career’s flourishing and your family’s growing. People take you seriously as a professional and a parent. After thinking hard about your future, you’re sure that you’re ready to buy a house. Unfortunately, to take that step, you have to do something you left behind from your childhood:
Maybe you’ve owned a home for years, or you’ve just left your parent’s home and are looking to get onto the property ladder. Either way, getting the deposit ready for purchasing your dream home is no easy task. For most people, buying a home is the largest purchase they will ever make in their lives,
Over the past few years, many people in the U.S. have had to deal with damage to their homes from natural disasters, such as Hurricane Harvey. This article explains the different kinds of financial protection from natural catastrophes that homeowners can access from the private and public sectors. In 2017, Hurricane Harvey dumped over four
There’s no denying the fact that real estate investments, when executed properly, can lead to a number of financial rewards. But while most investors think of single and multi-family homes as being the wisest investments, many people underestimate the viability of condos as a real estate investment property. While there are a number of considerations
Whether you rent or own your home, the property, as well as its contents, should be protected with insurance. For those who own homes, homeowners insurance can protect the home and the home’s contents. If the home is a rental, the owner of the home would ensure the property, while the renter is responsible for
The popular saying in property or real estate investment is “buy low, sell high.” So, why are more people not turning a profit on their property with such a simple rule? Because it can be difficult to know what “low” and “high” is in a market that’s constantly changing. Many people can overvalue real estate.