Real Estate

Wed

30

Oct

2013

Rent-to-Own for Future Buyers & Wary Sellers

With the varied options of gorgeous houses – like those found on the Website Wheretoliveindc.com – it can be frustrating to find the right one for a new buyer. It's so tempting to go house-hunting, particularly that Fall has some of the best deals around. But what if you're not ready to make a commitment?

 

Purchasing a home is one of the biggest investments a person can make in their lifetime. Even sellers sometimes get the blues for wanting to let go of their hard-earned property. It's normal for people to feel nervous or unsure of themselves when it comes to real estate. This flurry of mixed emotions is probably how the notion of rent-to-own came about.

 

Rent-to-Own, also called 'lease-purchase', is a system where the tenant agrees to pay monthly rent – a portion of which goes to the mortgage of the home. After the leasing agreement, the seller can be confident knowing that he or she already has a willing buyer. This works for most people; particularly for folks whose houses have been on the market for a very long time.

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Wed

23

Oct

2013

Real Estate: Simple Investments with Real Results

There's no reason not to get excited with properties like your Washington real estate agent. Just like brokers, you too, can participate in the housing market and earn big. It takes guts, research, planning, and a bit of time.

  

Investing in real estate has become increasingly popular in the last fifty years. True – details can be so much more complicated than average stocks and bonds; but the rewards and learning opportunities are priceless! Before diving into the fast-paced industry, here's a quick overview of what investments to look into.

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Wed

16

Oct

2013

Negotiation Tips for Home-Buyers

It can be tough trying to decide where to live in DC – what with all those posh neighborhoods plus the coming Holidays; the city shall once again be covered in busy Yuletide cheer. If you think you're too late to grab a nice deal on a Georgian real estate in time for snow, experts actually advice to keep hopes (and offers) high as Fall tends to be a busy season for home-buying.

 

Even with the freezing temperatures in the horizon, this can be the best time to make an offer on that dream home in Washington. Since this is also quite a hectic period for sellers and agents alike, buyers might find themselves in multiple offer situations or in an endless home-shopping loop. Avoid these real estate nightmares by knowing how to effectively negotiate. Here are some useful tips to be ahead of the competition:

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Tue

08

Oct

2013

Moving to DC: Stuff to Know Before You Go

Moving to a new place can be a scary experience; but a good DC Real Estate broker would be your guide in making this transition smoother and more fun. Even before purchasing that dream house, there are plenty of other concerns to deal with: like safety issues, lifestyle choices, and probably transportation setbacks. These make up the location you’d soon call home; so it would be wise to check out a couple of things prior to hopping into that moving van.

 

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Tue

01

Oct

2013

Moving to DC: Top Fall Activities to Watch Out For

If you haven’t yet, now would be a good time to contact your Washington DC Realtor to get an awesome deal on Washington real estate. Fall is the perfect season for great housing opportunities, and also the best time of the year to move to DC. Here are a few of the activities you need to look out for the next time you plan a visit to the nation’s capital:

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