- By james Bond
The What House portal is great for searching for available new builds in your local area as well as further away from across England, Scotland and Wales. Their online database gives you details about the exact location of the development including access to a map. There is a chance to contact the house builder for more information but full details, specification and home advice will be provided online. Naturally, for each development a gallery of photos will be included. The home developers will be grateful to hear from you and there is a brochure request facility online. Read..
- By Adam Nicolson
The new housing market is of interest to more and people out there who are considering moving away from buying second-hand homes. This may be because they do not want the renovation work involved with owning a previously owned house or want the status of a new house buy. New houses also allow you flexibility in what features you wish to be fitted in, and often come with the very latest appliances installed. A new house can make a great family home as energy bills will be lower due to the house being more energy efficient. Furthermore, with a decent warranty or insurance scheme, buying a new home can look very attractive. Read..
- By james Bond
This website sets a new standard for new home buyers by supplying them with all they need to make that purchase of a new home. Not only does it have a portal through which potential buyers can perform a customized search, the site also boasts a section on daily news on the new home buying market, a dedicated description of featured homebuyers and a chance to value your home with their expert advice. It also features its own online magazine, which can be downloaded from the web site for your own perusal. This is suitable for use for buyers looking to get onto the property ladder as well as those who are retired. Read..
- By Adam Nicolson
Due to more affordable new build home schemes in the UK more and more people are finding that buying a new home is within their reach. There are various different housing schemes, each with different features. Home builders and housing associations will offer various schemes. Many housing associations have their own schemes now which have nothing to do with the government. Read..
- By rahul
People who are planning to make their shift easier they must consult the perfect service providers. There are many companies available in market that provide successful move to their customers. These companies have good experience in this field. These service providers serve all kinds of relocation services to their clients such as packing and moving, loading and unloading, unpacking and rearrangement etc. All these services are served at affordable price so that people can easily afford them. These professionals listen to the demand of their customers and make their customers feel relax all through the move. Along with all these important services these professionals also serve some other allied services to their clients.
- By Andrew Smith
As we reach the end of another year, I find myself musing over the latest housing market trends and wondering just how hard it might be to sell my house next year. Read..
Wait for the right time to buy real estate, and you may still be waiting 10 years from now. Despite what you may hear, you'd don't need a crystal ball to make money in real estate. With simple strategies, you can make big profits in real estate, no matter how cold the market seems to be. Read..
- By Tony Perla, Aix-en-Provence
The French real estate market has had an historical appreciation at a rate of between 3 and 5% since the early '50s - with the exception from 1992 to 1999 when prices went through a deflationary period due to a dip in France's post-war economic development. Having shot out of that period, prices are back on their way to previous levels but haven't quite got there yet. There is still time. Read..
- By Brandon Cornett
Since launching the Home Buying Institute website back in 2005, I've received quite a few home-buying questions by email. As you might imagine, many of these questions came from first-time home buyers who are new to the process of buying a home. Read..
- By J Harris
The last thing a new homeowner thinks about when making that first real estate transaction is foreclosure. Typically, they focus on those facts that “everybody knows”: real estate is a great investment, it makes more sense to own than rent, and the mortgage company approved the loan so it must be OK. Read..
- By Bruce W. Ford
In writing my last article about the neighborhoods where I find the most profitable rehab real estate investment deals, something occurred to me.
In that article I described investing from what I've found is typical in doing this business. I wrote about where I TYPICALLY find the deals. Well, what IS typical in this business? Read..
A message from the author:
I painfully remember buying my first home. Specifically, I remember visiting dozens of websites to find the information I needed, thinking to myself "somebody should roll all this up into one website." Read..
- By Gary Ashton
People have a real tendency to buy with their hearts as opposed to with their heads. This can lead to some fairly disastrous situations. This is not to say that you should not feel the purchase in your heart, merely that you should use your head to confirm what your heart feels. It's so easy when you find that amazing home that you have been dreaming of, to overlook little imperfections and problems that could have some serious effects down the road. It's amazing to watch what happens to people when they find the home that to their minds is aesthetically perfect. These times its great that there is a real estate agent there as an in dependant voice. Read..
- By James Copper
The Buy-To-Let market place is booming. More and more people are investing in a second property as a long term investment plan. As attractive as the proposition sounds, there are a number of potential pitfalls that need to be taken into consideration. Use the steps below to ensure that your Buy-To-Let investment is a success. Read..
- By Marti Kougel
Q. When buying real estate in Baltimore, Maryland, do I need an attorney?
A. No. The Maryland contract form is prepared by your agent. It was written and approved by attorneys.
Q. Will I require an attorney to settle or close the sale?
A. No. Maryland permits "title companies" to conduct real estate settlements. This saves buyers and sellers money at closing. Read..