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  • Home Inspection Essay

    some point in the future and you won 't be surprised and possibly disappointed later. This article is basically about home inspection for dummies. Whenever real estate agents sell a home they are required to…

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  • Buying Your First Home Essay

    We can then advise you on what to do next. The four main ways to buy a home are: • By offer and negotiation (usually done via the real estate agent) • By auction (where all interested parties place bids against each other) • By tender (where all interested parties put in a written offer for the seller to consider) • By private sale (usually done without a real estate agent and is a negotiation between the seller and buyer) Lawyer’s fees Lawyer’s fees vary so it is important to shop around to…

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  • Property Appraiser Career

    Introduction According to the Canadian Real Estate Association the current nature of real estate market in Canada stays stable with high capacity for borrowing providing favorable conditions for potential investors and gives an opportunity to the variety of careers in this industry to stay sustainable and attractive (CREA, 2016). Real estate industry provides multiple distinguish careers, however there are three of them that I consider most interesting to me. They are: property appraiser…

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  • The Importance Of Home Inspection

    In many real estate transactions, home inspections are the first and the last actions taken by the home’s seller. There reasons for both instances are beneficial to the seller for determining the condition of the home and establishing the market listing price. Most homeowners have a sense of pride in their home and from time to time there are mishaps that can surprise the seller resulting in costly expenses for repaid. It’s worth having specialists check the areas a home inspector of your…

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  • Value Of Real Estate

    Contents Introduction 2 Literature Review 3 Discussion 5 Introduction Real property is defined as the benefits, rights, interests and encumbrances that are inherent in the ownership of a physically present real estate. Real estate is taken to be the land along with all the improvements that maybe permanently affixed to that land. Real estate valuation is hence a means of providing quantitative measure of all the liabilities and benefits associated with ownership of the real estate.…

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  • Boomerang Buyer Case Study

    The real estate market decline that started in 2006 and hit its low point in 2012 is on the mend. Unfortunately, many good Americans lost their home over these 6 years. With interest rates still amazingly low it creates a very attractive market for those individuals ready to be homeowners again. This pool of buyers, referred to as “Boomerang buyers” do have options to get into a home of their own. Among these options are Rent to Own, or a lease purchase, Owner Finance, short term private…

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  • The Importance Of Microeconomics

    Making bad loans seemed right at the moment to benefit both parties in the home buying experience. The seller was making a commissioned sell and the buyer was getting a home that they didn’t deserve. Our falsely positive input created a terrible output. Faulty appraisals were being forfeited to create a sell for loan officers. This created problems such as approving people for homes with damages. Some damages, that the homeowner couldn’t afford to fix. High interest rates and bad loan…

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  • A Career As A Property Manager

    Property Manager Nature of the Work Property manager is a third party, who is hired to maintain and operate real estate investment such as residential, commercial, industrial, office, retail and/or land on a daily basis (Eberlin, 2016). The property manager needs to ensure that the revenue of the owner’s property is maximized, the costs are minimized and that there is a good working relationship with the property owners and tenants (OREA, 2014, p. 319). The nature of the job consists of…

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  • Laura Joyner Interview Summary

    1. Interview Summary Report I chose to interview Laura Joyner, an Arizona Coldwell Banker realtor for this project. As soon as I read the project description, I knew I wanted to interview a realtor—I will be graduating with a Real Estate minor come Spring 2018, and possibly become a realtor myself. Coldwell Banker is nationally known, and I even saw their lawn signs growing up in Pennsylvania. Therefore, I searched on the Coldwell Banker website for a successful female agent in the Phoenix area,…

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  • Renting Vs Owning A Home Essay

    will make a nice nest egg for retirement. This is a huge advantage for several people. 2) Advantages of buying a. Sense of ownership: When owning a home, you have the feeling that it is yours and you are responsible for it. You can say to others, and yourself, this is mine and no one (well if you make the payments) can take it away from me. Many times you not only have ownership in your home but also your community. You try to do what you can to make your community better for yourself and/or…

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