Month: October 2022

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Allowing Pets in Your Rental Home Property: Factors to Consider

You may have considered opening your home to pet-friendly tenants as a rental property owner. After all, nearly half of all renters in the U.S. own a pet, according to the 2019-2020 National Pet Owners Survey. And, as The Balance Small Business reports, “allowing pets could help you attract a larger pool of potential tenants …

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5 Steps to Transforming a Hand-me-Down House Into Your Own

When you moved out of your parents’ house, you probably thought you’d never have to live with their taste in décor again. You’re just one of the 90% of American adults who moved out of their childhood homes by the time they reached 27 years old, according to the data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth in 1997. …

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Factors To Consider When Choosing Your First House

Buying your first house is a big decision. It’s a significant financial investment and a decision that will impact your day-to-day life for years to come. With so much at stake, it’s essential to choose wisely. You’ll need to consider things like your budget, the location of the house, and your lifestyle. Here’s a list …

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Property Development: How to Increase Home Selling Value

As anyone in the market knows, real estate is highly profitable. In fact, according to a report by the Urban Land Institute, U.S. real estate has provided an average annual return of 10.4 percent since 1970, outperforming stocks, bonds, and commodities. And it’s not just individual investors who benefit from this upward trend – developers …

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Homeownership: Why Is It a Good Financial Investment?

Homeownership comes with a number of responsibilities. In addition to making regular mortgage payments, you will also be responsible for maintaining the property and paying for repairs and renovations. While this may sound like a lot of work, many homeowners find that the rewards far outweigh the challenges. If you don’t have your own home at …

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