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Good Question Review: When Should You Sell Your Home?

THE WARMER MONTHS ARE BUSY FOR THE HOUSING MARKET.

THE SPRING HOUSING MARKET IS OFF TO A SLOW START ACCORDING TO THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OFREALTORS.

THE NUMBER OF HOMES FOR SALE IS IS DOWN IN THE TWIN CITIES.

IT'S DOWN IN OTHER MARKETS ASWELL.

THAT GOT US WONDERING, IS THERE AN IDEAL TIME OF YEAR TO SELL YOUR HOME? JOHN IS HELPING ANSWER THATQUESTION.

WHILE HEATHER IS ON MATERNITY LEAVE.

TALKING ABOUT HOUSING, MOST OF US WHEN WE THINK OF A BAD TIME TO SELL YOUR HOUSE, IT WOULDN'T BE IDEAL TO DO IT IN THEWINTER.

I THINK THE THEORY IS MOST OF THE TIME, AT LEAST IN MINNESOTA, IT'S THE SPRING, PEOPLE ARE GETTING OUT AND ABOUT WHEN THE WEATHER FINALLY WARMS UP.

WE'LL SEE PEOPLE OUTLOOKING FOR HOMES.

AND THE DATA BACKS THAT UP.

IN MINNESOTA, ACCORDING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF SAINT THOMAS, JUNE IS ACTUALLY A BIG MONTH.

ACCORDING TO ZILO WHO'S DONE RESEARCH ON THIS.

IF YOU GO ACROSS THE U.

S.

IT AVERAGES TO MAY 1st THROUGH MAY15th.

YOU GET THE BIGGEST GANG FOR YOUR BUCK WHEN SELLING A HOME.

I'VE HAD REALTORS TELL ME WE'RE DOING WELL IN APRIL, MARCH, SOMETIMES IN MINNESOTA.

IT DEPENDS.

IF YOU WANT TO SELL, ESPECIALLY RIGHT NOW, WHEN INVENTORY'S AS LOW AS IT IS IN MINNESOTA.

IN THE TWIN CITIES, IT'S 25,000 ALL READY BUILT HOMES ON THE MARKET AROUND AVERAGE.

RIGHT NOW WE'RE DOWN TO 10,000TO 12,000.

THAT'S A BIG DROP.

YOU PUT YOUR HOUSE ON THE MARKET, YOU'LL GET A LOT OFOFFERS.

IF IT'S AN ADEQUATE HOME.

I THINK TIMING MAKES SENSE.

I MOVED AROUND A LOT AS A KID.

SOMETIMES WIDESPREAD JOSE ALTUVE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE SCHOOL YEAR.

BUT OFTENTIMES IT WAS OKAY, LET'S MOVE IN JUNE, GET A COUPLE OF MONTHS SUMMER IN THIS NEW PLACE, THAT TIMING MAKES A LOT OF SENSE TO ME.

WE TALKED TO A REALTOR A FEW MONTHS AGO WHO SAID SHE WAS DOING WELL AT THAT POINT.

BECAUSE THIS IS BACK IN FEBRUARY WHERE SHE HAD A COUPLE HOMES ON THE MARKET.

AND SHE WAS GETTING MULTIPLE OFFERS RIGHT AWAY.

YOU JUST DID A HOUSING SEARCH.

WE BOUGHT OUR HOUSE IN AUGUST.

BUT WE STARTED LOOKING INMARCH.

AND AS THAT SEARCH WENT ON, WE FOUND THAT THE PRICES FOR THE HOUSES WE WERE LOOKING AT KEPT INCREASING BECAUSE INVENTORY WAS GOING DOWN.

BY THE TIME WE GOT A HOUSE THERE WERE 10 OR 12 OTHER PEOPLE BIDDING ON THE SAME HOUSE THE FIRST DAY IT CAME ON THE MARKET.

IT GETS HYPER COMPETITIVE.

AND THE HOUSES ARE GOING 30,000 OVER LIST.

MAY 1st TO MAY 15thTH, THERE'S A LOT OF PEOPLE SELLING AND BUYING.

THE HOUSING SITUATION IS DIFFERENT THAN MOST PRODUCTS WHERE YOU WOULD THINK IF A LOT OF PEOPLE AREN'T SELLING, MAYBE NOW IS THE TIME.

YOU NEED TO SELL WHEN THERE AREBUYERS LOOKING.

IT HAS TO MATCHUP JUSTRIGHT.

IN MINNESOTA, ACCORDING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF SAINT THOMAS, YES, BUT I'VE HAD REALTORS TELL.

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Should I sell my home before buying a new one?

this is jason simard with the sims realestate group your vancouver island real estate experts bringing you anothervaluable video so the question today is I own homeshould I sell it before buying another home and this is actually a reallycommon problem right now that a lot of people are having so we're working witha lot of out-of-town buyers who have homes with equity that they're planningon selling so that they can buy a home here the challenge is, they don't want to selltheir home until they've found a home but then again to find the home you mayneed to sell your home first so it puts you in an awkward position and so our team is of this mindsetnumber one if you can buy a home without having put your home on the market first great that could be an option for youbut you have to be willing to consider that maybe you'll have to carry ashort-term mortgage so you may need to consider some interim financing solutionwhich for some people may put them out of their comfort zone the ideal scenario though is you haveyour home sold or at least you have a home that is subject free and that saleis going to be happening and then you start looking because if you start looking before yourhome is for sale we might find the perfect property but the reality of itis is it's probably not going to sit on the market now there is the option youcan always put an offer subject to the sale of your home however in a challenging market like theone that we're in currently that often may not put you in the strongestbargaining position or in the strongest negotiation position however for the right property we may beable to make that work and we have made that work many times so what I'm trying to get at is this isa conversation you need to have with somebody that you trust a real estateexpert that can really help you understand what your options are andhelp you now navigate this crazy market that we're in right now so if you havequestions my team and I are here to answer thosequestions for you our contact information is below we'd be honored tohelp stay tuned in a couple weeks we'll haveanother valuable video for you.

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Should You Sell Your Home to an Investor?

Welcome back everyone.

Our real estate expert, Monte Mohr, is withus this morning.

He has sold thousands of homes here in MiddleTennessee.

He has decades of experience.

You want him on your team if you are wantingto buy or sell a home.

Before we get to that, congratulations bythe way! Thank you, Kelly.

Dancing with the Nashville Stars, that wasso amazing! You did an incredible job.

It was way more than I ever imagined it wouldbe, as far as the difficulty factor, but I'm so grateful.

I wanted to thank the viewers today for helpingthis be such a success.

Feed America First is one of the most amazingorganizations I've ever seen.

Every dollar feeds 10 people.

They major their success on Dancing with theNashville Stars with can they feed one million people afterwards.

Right.

This year they hit the highest, 1.

25 million.

That's so great! A wonderful success! I want to thank the viewers for helping megenerate $28,000 as a part of that.

That's over 300,000 meals.

Thank you very much! Everybody, thank you so much.

What an honor.

That is so awesome! Congratulations on that.

Now we have to get back to business.

We have a question; people are asking, sowe have to get to it! Betty in Nashville wrote us and said "Mr.

Mohr, I keep receiving post cards from investors about wanting to buy my home.

They say they will purchase it in 'as is'condition.

Is selling to an investor a good idea? I trust your opinion.

" I've been getting these too! I think everybody gets some of these in themail.

A lot of people do.

My answer is yes and no.

Yes, if they'll pay you a fair price, butmost of these investors are not.

That's what people don't realize.

They're basing their presumed value on whatthey paid for it 20 or 30 years ago, and the values have gone up greatly.

I say yes, if they'll pay you fair price.

I sold one to an investor recently.

They paid a maximum price, because they plannedon holding it and not flipping it.

If they're flipping it, please don't.

For over 30 years, I've been selling homes.

I used to write for The Tennessean; everySunday I'd have an article for The Tennessean.

I've condensed those articles into a hundredpage book that I promise every question you can imagine is answered in this book.

I promise that if you'll get this book, andI want to offer it for free today for the first 10 callers, you'll get more for yourhouse, in less time, and with fewer hassles.

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That's the commitment I make today to theChannel 4 viewers.

You have absolutely nothing to lose everybody.

If you would like to give them a call, here'sthe number – it's 615-636-8244 and the first 10 callers will get the book for free.

So give them a call! You can also find Monte online at TennesseeDreamHomes.

Com.

You can give him an email, shoot him a question,at MonteMohr@Yahoo.

Com.

Thank you so much for coming in.

Thank you.

And thanks for what you did for Feed AmericaFirst.

It was a real blessing.

That's huge, and you were great.

Thank you, and thank you for encouraging mein the process.

Of course!.

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What should I do to get my home ready to sell?

– Hello and welcomeback to our video blog, I am Yasmin Saad, with the Saad Team here.

Probably the number onequestion I get from sellers, besides how much moneyam I gonna take home, is: what do I need to do toget my property ready to list and put on the market? So here's a few quick tips,things that you can do, that will help ensureyou're in the best showing shape from day one whenyou hit the market.

Number one: anything thatmay be kinda outstanding, sitting on that honey do list, go ahead and get thoseitems taken care of.

There's a few things we always see pop up on inspection lists,perhaps there's a little bit of dry rot or wood rot between the door and the side of your houseleading from the garage.

We see that quite a bit.

If you have any outletsthat aren't working, get those repaired and upgradeto the latest technology so you're protected with a ground circuit, those pop up a lot as well.

Go ahead and install new light bulbs and buy the really good ones.

I know, you're gonna be selling the house and you probably don't want to spend, what you think is frivolous money.

It makes a differencewhen the lights are on and the home shows bright and cheery.

This is Florida, people like their light.

Simple little thingsyou can also do include: touching up your baseboards,if there's any paint that needs to be touched up, do that, and then AC cleaning anda big overall cleaning of the property makes a huge difference and having the windows washed.

If you need any helpwith any of these things, give us a call immediatelyat 239-595-8500, and of course, we'rehappy to sit down with you and take a look atspecifically you might need right there in your home.

Look forward to talking to you next time, you can also see usonline at TheSaadTeam.

Com.

Thanks so much and talk to you soon.

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When The Right Time To Sell, And When Should You Rent or Hold It?

Brian: I’m Brian Spitz, president of BigState Home Buyers.

Thanks for joining us and today, as our guest, we have Amber Carrillo,with Carrington Real Estate Services.

And we’re going to talk about when is the righttime to sell your house, and whether or not you should rent or sell it.

Whether it’sin this current market or just in general.

So, thanks so much for coming today.

Amber: Absolutely.

Thanks for having me.

Rent home or sell it(0:00:53.

1) Brian: Absolutely.

So, tell us about renting your home or selling it.

Amber: Well, when it comes to renting your home or selling it, there are just so manydifferent factors.

A lot of it is going to depend on you, on personal finances.

And whatworks best for your situation.

Are you in a situation where you need to sell your housein order to buy another one? Or are you in a situation where you’re going to be a longdistance landlord.

There are so many factors that go into that.

Brian: Yeah, that’s true.

I mean, a lot of it, I guess, is whether or not you needthe down payment and the equity of your first house or whether your mortgage lender requiresthat you only have one loan.

Amber: Exactly.

Brian: When you see people rent houses out, in my experience, at Big State Home Buyers,we buy houses directly from sellers and one of our biggest client bases is actually, afunny word, is tired landlords, people that have been landlords and want out of the business.

So, what I tell people is it’s not as easy as it looks.

But what is your experience?Of course, it works out really well for some people, especially if you get the right tenants.

Amber: Right.

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8) Getting a Property Manager ifRenting Brian: What do you see for the average personwho is thinking about renting their home, rather than selling?Amber: Well, if you do not have the experience, I would absolutely recommend that you contractthat out with someone to handle the property management, because there are just so manydifferent laws, you know, tenant rights and landlord rights, and you really need to bestudying up on those types of things.

If not, have a really good real estate attorneyin your corner that you can call whenever a question or situation arises.

When it comesto doing evictions and stuff like that, it can get really hairy, so it’s not somethingthat you would always want to handle hands on.

Brian: Oh, yeah, definitely not.

The biggest reason people try to take that on themselvesis basically to save the money you pay the property manager but my philosophy is youshould pay people to do what they do best so you can do what you do best.

Amber: That’s exactly right.

Brian: Property management is a tough deal.

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4) Screening tenants Amber: It is a tough deal.

And it’s so important,if that’s something that you’ve chosen to do, is that you screen the applicants verywell and you’ve got a system in place to screen those.

Brian: Right.

Amber: So a lot of times, if you’re goingto list it with an agent to lease it out, we have those resources available to do backgroundchecks and credit screenings and stuff like that.

Brian: Right.

Amber: To be able to prevent putting felonsand stuff like that in the property.

Brian: Right.

And so a lot of times, peoplejust put a For Rent sign in front of their house and they kind of take whichever tenantlooks like they can pay the rent.

But the reality is if you just wait for the righttenant, you end up in a much better position.

Amber: That’s right.

Brian: So, definitely, you know, and the market right now for rentals, just like for sales,is really strong.

So you can hold out for the right tenant.

Amber: Right.

Absolutely.

There’s tons of investors in the market that are snappingup the houses and turning them, holding them for a period of five to ten and even twentyyears, in some cases.

And they’re renting those properties out.

And there’s a highdemand for rentals.

There are so many people moving to Houston on a weekly basis, so, yeah,there’s a need out there.

And at every turn that you make here in Houston, you see newapartment complexes going up.

Brian: Everywhere.

It’s crazy.

Amber: Yeah.

And occupancy rate is very high right now, so rentals, they are a great investment.

Brian: So you can hold out for a good tenant.

If you’re going to rent your house, holdit out for a good tenant.

Amber: You can, but again, that just dependson if you have note on that house that you need to pay.

Yeah, if you’re in a bind financially,then that’s going to effect on how long you hold out for a good tenant.

9:04:15.

5) When is right time to sell Brian: Right.

Oh, I guess, that’s true,too.

How do you know when it’s the right time to sell? You know, there are a lot ofthings about the time of year or the market.

Obviously, the market, the perception is themarket is very strong in Houston, which it is, but what do you tell people when theyask you, what is the right time to sell my house?Amber: Well, you know, many people are looking to sell during the summertime.

That summertimefrenzy starts right in May and goes until about the end of August, beginning of September.

And that’s when you run into situations where you have multiple offers and there’sjust, you know, it’s not uncommon to have your house shown ten times a day.

So, butthat’s a time where people are moving.

You know, teachers are out of school for the summer.

Their kids are out of school for the summer.

And so it’s just more convenient to moveduring that time.

Generally, though, when people are lookingfor a house, if they’re going to be looking for a really good deal, they know the seasonsand they know to hold off.

Only people who really need to sell their house are goingto put their house on the market during Christmas time or during the holiday season.

Brian: Right.

Amber: So, if that’s something that you’refaced with, if it’s possible to put your house on the market during the frenzy, thebuying frenzy, I would definitely recommend it.

If not, you may take a hit in the priceby putting it on the market during the holiday season.

Brian: What’s the cut-off point? Like, if I have a house ready, can I put it on themarket November 1st? Is that too close to Thanksgiving? What is your opinion?Amber: There are people, sometimes, there are so many people moving into Houston, alot of relo’s are happening.

So there will be people, those people come any time of theyear.

Brian: Right.

Amber: And they still need to buy, just like everyone else.

And because we have such adeficit of homes and listings on the market available, right now, you’re not seeingthat impact as greatly as we did several years ago.

Brian: Right.

So really, any time right now in Houston is a good time to sell a house.

Amber: Absolutely.

(0:06:14.

3) Homestead ExemptionBrian: One of the other things that I see is, in our business, because we’re alwaysbuying, selling, buying, selling.

So we’re always closing houses and the fourth quarterof the year that, you know, November, December, October, those months can be some of our busiestmonths.

And one of the reasons I see in the past couple of years is the Homestead Exemption.

Doesn’t the Homestead Exemption cut off at the end of the year? You have to file forit by December 31st, don’t you, for the following year?Amber: You have to live in that house by December 31st.

Brian: Live in it.

Amber: Yes, of that year, in order to fileit for January.

Brian: So, there’s often a push to get closingsdone in the last weeks of the year so that you can get that Homestead Exemption.

Amber: There is.

And if you work with investors, like a lot of us do, then you’ll find abig push, you know, people are needing to make wise investments before the end of theyear for tax purposes.

So we usually, November, December, are some of our busiest months.

Brian: Yeah, they are.

Well, what else can you tell us about when to sell your house?Amber: Well, let’s see.

Brian: Or when you need to sell it.

Amber: Or sell it when you need to sell it.

Exactly right.

As far as seasons go, gosh(laughter).

I’m drawing a blank.

Brian: Well, that’s a really good start.

So if you want to rent your house, you can contact a good real estate agent, like yourself,and how can we reach you at? Amber: CarringtonRealEstateServices.

Com.

Brian: Okay, so CarringtonRealEstateServices.

Com.

If you want to sell your house fast and youdon’t want to list it and you don’t want to fix it, or if you’re a landlord that’stired of being a landlord, you can contact us at BigStateHomeBuyers.

Com.

But for theperson that wants to rent their house out, and I agree, get yourself a good agent.

Makesure you screen the tenants.

Hold out, if you can, for the good tenant that’s stablewith a job they’ve had for a while and good rent history.

And if you want to sell it,even though the seasons, the old thing is sell in the summer, hold in winter.

If you’rein Houston and you want to sell your house, it looks like any time is the time to do it.

Amber: Any time is a good time.

Brian: Great.

So again, I’m Brian Spitzwith Big State Home Buyers and we are here with Amber Carrillo with Carrington Real EstateServices and thank you very much for joining us.

Amber: You got it.

Brian: Great.

Thank you.

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Why You Should NEVER Rent to Own Anything

Can you tell me why you should never rentto own anything? If you miss a payment, they can take everything.

That’s why it is called a rental.

But itlets me afford to get things in the house now, and that repo won’t land on my creditreport.

You pay as much in a year as it would costto buy the darn thing, up to twice as much as new.

And a lot of the rental appliancesand furniture are in worse shape than if you bought it new.

What can I do then if I can’t afford new? Have you considered Craigslist? I’m afraid it has bedbugs, fleas or both.

Try garage sales.

Then at least you’ll havethe person’s address in case it’s a piece of crap.

That doesn’t work when I need a workingwasher or dryer.

The Laundromat should fit in your budget,if you’re paying rental place rates.

That takes up too much time.

Go to the Sears Outlet place.

They have scratchand dent appliances for sale.

That sounds like the scratch and dent grocerystore, and I wouldn’t dare shop there.

The dishwasher motor and washing machine gutsshould work just as well.

It’s only the shiny smooth outsides that are scuffed up.

How much do I save? You could save anywhere from 20% to 60% onthe price of a new one, more if it is last year’s model.

If you’re really desperate,you could put it on a payment plan or credit card to buy it.

I can’t stand credit card interest rates.

You pay just as much or more per year if yourent to own and then miss payments, getting assessed with fees.

When is rent to own ever a good idea? Shouldyou do it if you only need furniture for a few months? In that case, pay extra for a furnished apartmentor live on a futon and card table until you can afford the furniture.

I don’t want to live like a starving student.

It’s just until you can upgrade to Mid-Americangarage sale.

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Should I Rent or Sell My House

hello my name is Fernando Herboso withMaxus Realty Group in today I'll be discussing a question I get veryoften which is should I rent my house instead of sellingit you know that this study has concluded 10 I personal bias prefer to rent outless residence rather than stalin when purchasing the next on in on you have to understanda lot times by is preferred to keep their houses because they want to keepand preserve the value of the property which the equity data received in if there's a way they can offset thepayments that they have to do the mortgage payments versus the payments are they gonna beused to inform a new tenant it does make sense to try to maintainthis property is a rental rather than stellar net but in some cases we have to understandthat you may have to sell your problem on a4a for you to have enough money to purchaseUNIX home so that's another problem day you may face but let's talkabout if you decide it the you want to rent a house in thistale of selling it and let me show you some questions that you may ask yourself the before renting your home enough question numberone it's always how would you respond if your tenants say so they cannotafford to pay their rent this morn because of morepressing obligations you know this happens during peakholiday seasons in a christmastime where people need money for expenses andyou may have the printer I'll which is your tenant a asking new of to wat to receive your payment sothis is something that you have to consider when you are renting a house to anindividual to you are not really familiar how'd they behave withtheir payments in how to behave with the bills thing what type responsibility in thisappliance that they have themselves so that's the chance youtaking Wenger rent a property the question number twowill be because of the economy many homeowners can no longer make theirmortgage payments what percent of tenants do you think canno longer afford to pay the rent so if you're in the area for examplearound washington DC were day tenancy laws really favor a lot more to live attendance then thelandlords you may 5 me you may face yourself a with a huge problem when you're tenand may not be able to make the payments but they had the right to remain in theproperty without pain for a certain period and meanwhile youhave to keep those payments to Europe bank yourmortgage payments had to be babe you wanna personal you credit so there's avery important thing to consider when you renting house another question number tree will be have you ever interview and experiencein the X in the turning case the you have to challenge a tenant this is a bit stressful situation forany person looking to rent a house when you had togo to the court system to make your tenant pay you money another question the you need toask you selfless have you talked to an insurancecompany about possible increase in premiums as liability in greater often on on offby home meaning day you may end up paying moreinsurance if you're renting a house especially in the in area that the insurance company mayfind to be a very risky for damsel you need tospeak to your insurance company to see howmuch more or how much less im a close your insurance if youthinking about renting your house another question is thatwould you allow pets cats dogs and how big is a dogging inthis is a very important question for you because a lot of families do havepets etc and that they moved with debts and youhave to understand that issuer coincidence saying Knoll 100percent not to any bets near you wanna cut down on the number of applicants foryour property possibly in above fifty percent of thepeople and this is not a good thing damnbecause dan is gonna take you longer to rent in his obey important danger you mayconsider directing with a bed maybe somethingthat you may be able to do by maybe charge in an extra the policyto all maybe putting some stipulations during thenegotiation of your lease contract number six how was actually collect thewrecked by mail in person the number on bysoldiers give to people is that I prefer for the tenant to do a directdeposit to the landlord this is a very importantprocess because in deal you're not really an means touching making sure youmaintaining a relationship with your tenant in that is becoming more and morepersonally more friendly that then they will have toliberty to maybe ask you to hold on and they'll have the money can policehelp be your whatever you prefer to have unknownrelationship with a tenant and did less contact with them the better for you and you prefer forthe money to go directly to you director add to your bank account frontairbag bank account and they will be no problem for thatinjury money would come every single for so the Mont number seven repairs are part of being a landlordpools dak 10 and calls for repairs rights inthis is very important for you to realize you taking in assuming a lot ofresponsibility for a whole family living in anotherhouse there you will have no idea what they're doing it having parties or not in what did whether they do into the house thateventually made break you may have achieved maybe puttingsomething in Flushing down the toilet toy use or something implying up to hype you may end up having to pay fordisappears for days in this may happen in the middle of the night end so lemme you have to be ready to take these calls at the worst times you may end up spending hundreds ofdollars repairing things that but that you haveto repair because someone did not take care of this stuff in thedriveway soul abusing the products that you havein your house may be more prevalent wat tenants that they have kids but it's very hardfor you to prove that they were abused in it India theymay be construed the same is just in I'll a regular break andterrible problem of a product because yeah his longevity of how long you'vehad ed in a eventually you end up paying forthe whole thing in x1 is up %uh do you have a list of class peoplereadily available to handle this affairs you'd better have those things readyespecially a plumber which is an emergency English tuitionanother emergency does to are very important for you tohave I prior to put in the proper in the marketpriority for you to have a tenant in and your property to make sure you knowwho to call in case something happens well as electrical plumbing theother question number nine how often will youdo a physical inspection the property normally you can you don't have theright to just burst into the house and knock on thedoor see him here to proceed to inspect the property you can not do that that's against thelaw you have to keep your attendance right golf for you not to but into theirbusiness and you had to giving enough warning days Monday 24 48 hours depending what you contract you pleasecontact says but you have to give been warning how long is going to be I'll when are you going to makeinspection of the property you want to the dais especially once every year to making sure that yourproperty has been taking care of allowed times I see lol hours cannotforget about is they come back three years later andages horrified to find out their property hasnot been taking care of in his son mess and they have to greed drove the wholething so you need to have an inspection preprelease once a year in number 10 we'll alert you turna boost to your rent in the house you know this is something that you haveto understand the reason why would put dissing here is because you want to have they help for your neighbors to makingsure the Incase something that's happened to give you acall are you want your neighbors now to be day watchdogs for your house in is avery important that you maintained a relationship tothis neighbors because you want to know what's going on in your house old times the bone linesdays renting al residential real estatehistorically is a great investment for you however it is not with those challenges make sure you had decided to rent ahouse because you want to be in the Investor now because you're hoping to get a fewextra dollars by postponing a cell if you'redeciding to rent a house please give me a call and I'll be glad to give you more information more directly relatedto your property the location how much you could expecton a monthly basis from the tent my name is for another also I am a broker owner for Maryland DC andVirginia for Maxis Realty Group I can help you rented property or I canhelp you get top dollar for the property if youdecide to sell please feel free to give me a call I 301 246 seal seal seal on where you can getmore information by going to our website www really niceon the comp slash selling thank you have a great day.

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Should I rent or buy a house?

Let's face it! Figuring what stocks to invest in buying gold or deciding which car to buyare all big financial decisions.

But buying a house is by far thebiggest of them all.

At current real estate and rental rates, home is where the hurt is.

The biggest question then is should you pay rent or buy your own place.

The answer is simple if you thinking long-term paying rent could make a huge dent in your savings.

But if you're thinking short term just thecost of the house you want to buy could end in a hugesigh of defeat.

Or is it that simple? No, but its not trigonometry either.

You will need to answer a few basic questions.

For starters: How much would you pay to rent and what does it cost if you buy? Isn't it better to just buy a house sinceyou buy one at some point anyway? With rising rentals aren't you better off paying an EMI? How long are you planning to live there? What if you relocate? Are you missing out on yet anotherreal estate boom? What if you realise after buying that the price hasn't gone up much? When it comes to housing decisionyou'll probably hear many opinions from different people.

We realise that you house isn't built with money alone.

While it is a decision close to your heart, Our well-researched tools, blog posts and videos help you navigate this decision.

How's that for some good timely advice?.

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