We invite all Real Estate Professionals to share their knowledge with prospect home buyers and home sellers. We hope, this will help clients to understand the home buying and selling process, home inspections, appraisal, and etc. That will help our community to make the best decision before engaging in any real estate transaction. If you are a real estate professional and you would like to share your knowledge, feel free to create anccount here for free!
|Posted by Peter Karami on September 16, 2014 at 9:20 PM||comments (0)|
According to California Real Estate magazine, issued September 2015, the RPA will be revised. This is a good news for many Real Estate Agents. Finally, the CAR (California Association of Realtors) has taken the step to revise the residential purchase agreement provided on Zipforms. The current RPA was adapted in 1955 and since that time there are so many changes in the industry therefore it seemed missing some necessary terms and having some unnecessary terms. In my opinion, most terms on the...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Peter Karami on August 8, 2014 at 2:05 PM||comments (0)|
I received this from our title rep. Chritine from Chicago Title and I thought, it will be usefull to our website readers.
As the weather kicks it up a notch, the natural tendency can be to get everyone up and out of the house, pets included. While spending more time outdoors can be a great source of exercise and fun for all involved, it's essential to be wary of heat exhaustion in your animals.
Follow these tips for keeping your pet cool this summer:Read Full Post »
|Posted by Real Estate Master on June 22, 2014 at 2:40 AM||comments (0)|
Economic recovery is playing a huge role in the Real Estate market and prices of homes are still climbing up, giving home owners hope to cash out on their investment with a positive return. Home buyers are trying to buy property as fast as they can. So, they can also grow their money during this jump in prices on Real Estate, but is this another " buble" roling on us? "The return of the bubble? Thanks to the economic recovery, the Westside tech boom, the end of the foreclosure wave and the re...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Real Estate Master on June 4, 2014 at 2:40 PM||comments (0)|
We all know how important is to be clever about the ways we can creat a good investement. Owning and Investment properties can bring you joy and headache both on a case by case base. So, let's talk about doing property management and if you should do it yourself or hire a professional to do it for you.
It is believed that hiring a professional property management company may be a smart move one can make if own investment properties. One important factor is that property managment compa...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Real Estate Master on May 27, 2014 at 4:40 PM||comments (0)|
Are you saving for retirement? Here is an Idea! If you do your homework, you will quickly understand, that investing in Real Estate will give you better return on your money. Find out what you can do now and how you can plan your financial future by contacting your trusted Real Estate Broker, who has been in this business for at least a decade. They have seen Real Estate market fluctuation and can be your guide to your financial freedom.
|Posted by Peter Karami on May 23, 2014 at 2:10 PM||comments (0)|
"Money will never define you. You define your money."
That's what Orman wishes she knew at 22.
"When you are starting out in your 20s, it is natural to think about all that you will have and do once you start making money, and making more money. That gives money way too much power over your life. It's not about how much you make, but the life that you make with the money you have."
After spending her 20s waitressing and never earning more than $400 a month, the TV host, auth...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Real Estate Master on May 22, 2014 at 1:35 PM||comments (0)|
As a first time homebuyer or a multiple times Real Estate Investor, you might find yourself in a situation, when your offer for a house is not as strong as you expected. Multiple offers are something that is on the mind of every Real Estate Agent. In addition, multiple offers are wonderful news for any home seller, but can become a nightmare for the homebuyer. Moreover, usually investors often submit cash offers and they do not hesitate to increase their offer if there is a room for increase....Read Full Post »
|Posted by Real Estate Master on May 21, 2014 at 2:40 PM||comments (0)|
I have come across interesting issue that I would like to talk about. I have found out that many current homeowners are afraid to put their house for sale on the market simply because there is not much on the market for them to buy as a new home. The value of their investment has grown tremendously during the years of them owning the property, but inventory on the MLS is low, that they feel trapped in their own “Gold Mine". However, I think that if they had experienced Real Estate Broke...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Peter Karami on May 21, 2014 at 3:05 AM||comments (0)|
This is a million dollar question. So, let’s start from the beginning. An individual who has been approved for a loan usually starts by looking for a home that will match the budget and mach the buyer’s criteria. Note that the start up may become an ordeal if the buyer does not have enough information about the current market condition. Therefore, the first step usually is to start looking for a Realtor. This can be done by a referral from family or a friend who makes the prospect...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Peter Karami on April 21, 2014 at 11:55 AM||comments (0)|
There are several differences between obtaining a home loan from banks than mortgage brokers. Mortgage brokers are "middle-man" for bank. They run credit and pre-qualify borrower/s, then they submit the loan package to the banks that provide best and lowest interest rates. In addition to that each bank enforces their own guidelines for loan approval after the Fannin mae and Freddie mac. Meaning, there is a possibility that a loan will be approved with one bank and denied with another bank. Wh...Read Full Post »