4 Reasons To Hire A Property Management Company For Your Real Estate

Posted on: 21 December 2015

If you own property that you want to rent out, you may be thinking about doing it on your own. However, the best way would be to hire a property management company to do it for you. Here are four reasons why: Gain More Profits: There is a common myth that a property manager will cost you more than is necessary, which will cut into the profits that you make on a rental property.
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3 Mistakes To Avoid In Your New Commercial Property

Posted on: 5 December 2015

If you are looking to move to a new property, you want to make sure you are getting what you need. Not all pieces of property are the same. Because of this, you need to take your time and go through everything to prevent getting into a property that isn't going to work for you. To help ensure your new commercial property provides you with everything you need, here are three mistakes you want to avoid.
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Inherit A Share Of Your Grandparent's Home? What Are Your Options?

Posted on: 27 November 2015

Losing a grandparent is never easy -- especially when you find yourself embroiled in an estate conflict with your cousins while you're still grieving. While estates that consist primarily of cash, investment accounts, or other assets that are easily liquidated, dividing an estate among a number of heirs can be difficult when funds are locked up in illiquid assets like homes, vehicles, or art. Read on to learn more about your options after inheriting a portion of your grandparent's illiquid estate.
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Guide to Buying Real Estate at Auction

Posted on: 24 November 2015

All kinds of people buy real estate at property auctions: investors looking for rental properties, individuals searching for a family home, and business owners hoping to find a better storefront. Auction houses, such as Bob Parks Auction Company LLC, sell everything from one-bedroom condominiums to large agricultural operations. These tips will help you to find a good property rather than a bad deal. Choose Your Preferences Be specific about what you want: type of property, acceptable neighborhoods, nearby amenities, etc.
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