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10 Investment Tips for Buying a Vacation Home

By Dan Hechtkopf and Reid Heidenry 1. View the home as a form of recreation, not an investment. If you buy one, make sure, above all, that this is a house and an area you enjoy. It will be worth the cost if you spend as much time there as possible, put your heart and [...]

Q: How Do You Choose a Good Condo?

A: Seek ownership in a well-maintained building, and pay special attention to the financial health of the condo association. Lax maintenance may be a sign of financial trouble, which could result in higher maintenance fees and problems trying to resale the property later. Things to consider: Get a copy of the latest financial statement from [...]

5 Financial Risks to Consider in Retirement

Most people don’t know that 80 percent of mountain-climbing accidents don’t occur on the way to the summit – they happen on the way down, says financial expert and extreme sports enthusiast David Rosell. Although arriving at the top of the mountain is considered by many mountaineers to be one of life’s greatest accomplishments, I [...]

A Home Inspection Primer—Negotiating the Fixes

By John Voket In our last segment, I began reviewing the sometimes complex process of performing and utilizing home inspections as an important component of a home buying transaction. The site helpinghomesellers.com offers a wealth of information regarding home inspections. In this segment, we’ll take a look at negotiating home inspection issues using the site [...]

The Changing Landscape of Rentals

By Erin Ruane, Executive Director, Homes.com Rentals America’s recent recession brought about many changes to the housing market, with one major impact being an increase of single-family rental housing units. Freddie Mac reports that the single-family rental market, not to be confused with multifamily, has expanded 16 percent (about 3 million units) since 2007 to [...]

The Mortgage Professor: Can you Afford that House?

By Jack Guttentag (MCT)–The house purchase season is now in full swing, and many would-be purchasers are wondering whether or not they can afford the price quoted on the house they would like to buy. Alternatively, they may not have started their house shopping and may be wondering what price range they should be exploring. [...]

How to Buy a House with Less than 20 Percent Down

When many people start the process of buying a house they assume putting 20 percent down is required. However, this is not the case and many lenders and mortgage brokers offer options for borrowers looking for mortgages that have a small down payment. Don Frommeyer, CRMS, President of NAMB (The Association of Mortgage Professionals), shares [...]

Which Upgrades Are Worth It to Help You Sell Your House?

Is it finally time to sell your house? That’s the question on homeowners’ minds as house prices just posted their largest annual gain since 2005. Congrats to those no longer "underwater" on their mortgages, even as interest rates remain tantalizingly low. But here’s the catch: Those same higher prices can make buyers as choosy as [...]

Should You Retain and Rent Your Home after Relocating?

By John Voket As I chat with real estate pros and industry experts across the country, a new issue is cropping up that warrants some focus. Today more than in recent history, we are learning that many folks are considering renting out a current home after shopping for and moving into a newly acquired property. [...]

Selling Your Home? More Are Making a Fortune from China

By John Voket It’s no secret that the U.S. imports billions of dollars in goods and products from China. But I want anyone interested in selling their home to know that China may provide the best prospective buyers for U.S. properties going on the market. Chinese spent $8.2 billion on U.S. properties in 2012 according [...]

Urban Uprising: Metro Dwelling Gains Momentum

These days, you don’t need a big house to live large. Instead of spacious floor plans in subdivisions or planned communities, many of today’s homeowners are drawn to life in urban centers. From empty nesters, to young professionals and single men and women, metropolitan living is drawing more residents…and they’re not just renting. These consumers [...]

The Aging Housing Stock

The American housing stock continues to age, a trend that represents an opportunity for remodelers and over the long term may signal a future increased demand for new home construction. According to the latest data from the Department of Housing and Urban Development American Housing Survey (AHS), the median age of an owner-occupied home in [...]

7 Steps for Millennials to Define Their Financial Future

Like other age groups, not saving enough for retirement is the biggest vulnerability facing Millennials. However, they’re the only generation that doesn’t seem to know it, as Millennials ranked more urgent needs like managing cash flow, getting out of debt and investing as higher priorities. Here are some steps Millennials can take to strike a [...]