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Closing On A Real Estate Investment?

by qjtoner 12. May 2014 07:06

 

Closing

The Big day is approaching. Another income producing asset on your balance sheet.

In most states the buyer of a property gets to choose which company will perform the closing on a real estate transaction. Sometimes a lawyer does the closing and sometime not. It depends on the state. The closing (sometimes called the Settlement or Title Company) is essentially assigned the task of transferring ownership of the property from the current owner to the new owner.

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Writing an offer on an investment rental property? Which Form should you use?

by qjtoner 7. May 2014 05:11

Always use Association of Realtors Forms when making offers. There are plenty of late night guru’s out there who preach that you should use a 1 page “intent to buy” or some other short form for extending what may or may not be an offer.

Don’t do this, you are wasting everybody’s time including yours.

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http://www.myinvestmentservices.com/writing-an-offer-on-an-investment-rental-property-which-form-should-you-use/

Rent, Sell (Flip), Lease Option ? Which exit strategy is best for you?

by qjtoner 6. May 2014 08:00

 

 

Rent, Sell (Flip), Lease Option

 

 

Rent, Sell (Flip), Lease Option

 

There is always more than one way to make money!

I have seen more than a few investors buy and remodel a rental property with the intention of renting. Nothing wrong with that, that’s who I wrote this book for. However, many investors get to this point and wonder if they can just sell the property and cash in big now while it looks so good. I say, yes, maybe you can.

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http://www.myinvestmentservices.com/rent-sell-flip-lease-option-which-exit-strategy-is-best-for-you/

Buy the most profitable property with the least amount of money and the least amount of time.

by qjtoner 1. May 2014 05:14

This is the exact process I developed when building my own portfolio of 250 rentals.

It is also the system I used when representing other investors I taught and did 110 transactions a year with no assistants.

Please feel free to use this in your own Real Estate Investing efforts.

 

Learn how:

 http://www.myinvestmentservices.com/buy-the-most-profitable-property-with-the-least-amount-of-money-and-the-least-amount-of-time-heres-how/

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by qjtoner 25. April 2014 04:49

 

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Top 10 Markets for First-Time Home Buyers in 2014 - Pittsburgh topped the study’s ranking!

by qjtoner 17. April 2014 06:35

The top 10 markets for first time home buyers this year include seven metropolitan areas in Sun Belt states,

plus the areas around Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, according to a new report by realtor.com®.

Pittsburgh topped the study’s ranking, which examined five key factors that make particular markets ideal for first-time buyers:

market popularity, prices, inventory, time on market and unemployment rates.

Florida had the most market of any state, with the metropolitan areas of Tampa-St.Petersburg-Clearwater,

Orlando and Jacksonville all making the list.

 

Top 10 Markets for First-Time Home Buyers by Rank

MSA Median Listing Price Total Listings Median Age of Inventory Unemployment rate
Pittsburgh, PA $135,000 11,026 128 5.70%
Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL $169,900 21,062 88 5.90%
Philadelphia, PA-NJ(NJ) $174,900 10,656 141 6.40%
Fort Worth-Arlington, TX $175,000 8,433 67 5.40%
Orlando, FL $191,900 13,425 81 5.50%
Jacksonville, FL $198,000 9,787 95 5.60%
Philadelphia, PA-NJ(PA) $219,000 21,909 121 6.40%
Dallas, TX $224,900 15,887 57 5.40%
Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, NC $227,500 9,435 98 4.90%
Phoenix-Mesa, AZ $244,900 23,654 59 6.20%

 

Read More at: http://www.realtor.com/news/top-10-markets-first-time-home-buyers-2014/

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Mortgage Rates Dip as Spring Home-Buying Season Begins!

by qjtoner 11. April 2014 04:51

Mortgage rates across the United States have dropped slightly, just as the spring home-buying season has kicked into gear.

The average rate on a 30-year fixed mortgage dipped to 4.34% from 4.41% last week,

according to the latest survey from mortgage buyer Freddie Mac.

At this time last year—when rates hit record lows—the average was 3.43%.

Read more at: http://www.realtor.com/news/mortgage-rates-dip-spring-home-buying-season-begins/

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Mortgage Rates Remain Relatively Flat!

by qjtoner 4. April 2014 09:29

 

Mortgage rates for most U.S. home loans remained largely unchanged this week amid light economic news.

The average for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage rose to 4.41%, up ever-so-slightly from 4.40% last week, according to the latest survey from mortgage buyer Freddie Mac.

The popular loan averaged 3.54% a year ago.

The 15-year fixed-rate average climbed to 3.47% from 3.42% last week. It averaged 2.74% at this time a year ago.

Read more at: http://www.realtor.com/news/mortgage-rates-remain-relatively-flat/


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Mortgage Rates Rise to 2-Month High

by qjtoner 28. March 2014 09:51

After weeks of little change, interest rates for most U.S. home loans climbed this week, with the average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage reaching 4.4% for the first time since January.

The increases followed comments last week by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen that indicated the Fed could start raising short-term interest rates as early as 2015.

 

As seen on Realtor.com

Read more at: http://www.realtor.com/news/mortgage-rates-spike-two-month-high/

February Listings Rise Despite Falling Temperatures!

by qjtoner 20. March 2014 08:22

 

More sellers are now putting their homes on the market than at this time last year,

according to the latest National Housing Trend Report from realtor.com®.

Inventories of homes for sale rose 10% year-over-year to 1.744 million units, indicating increasing seller optimism and a strong,

early beginning to the spring home-buying season, according to the report’s February data.  

 

The median list price of $199,000 was 7.6% higher than it was during the same month last year,

while the median age of inventory increased 6.5% above last year’s figures, to 114 days.

As seen on realtor.com

Read more at: http://www.realtor.com/news/realtor-com-report-february-shows-increase-listings-despite-freezing-weather/