Despite some new tax benefits for homeowners, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) is expecting a slower growth in prices of homes by 1-3% in 2018. Some new restrictions on mortgage interests and state and local taxes may cause some price declines in high cost/high tax areas.

Other Ways to Invest in Real Estate in a Hot Real Estate Market

Maybe you don’t have $100,000 or the credit to get a loan on an income property, but lone behold, there is a way to invest in real estate still. There is a thing called a real estate investment trust (REIT), which is a company that holds, operates, or finances income-producing real estate. They are traded like other stocks on many major exchanges like the New York Stock Exchange. Investing in these gives you, the investor, a liquid stake in real estate.

How to Find and Buy Real Estate Owned Properties

Buying a real estate owned (REO) home can be a great option for a first-time homebuyer as it can be cost effective and can potentially turn a profit in the long run after giving the property some TLC.

Kitchen Remodeling Tips

Kitchen remodeling is a tremendous way to improve the quality and the value on your home. Kitchen remodeling tends to generate a 92 percent return on investment and improves the look of the house overall. Figuring out what you want to do with the kitchen is the first step, whether you want more room, updated appliances, etc.

How to Reduce Risk When Fixing and Flipping Properties

Finding ways to reduce the risk of fixing and flipping real estate. Thorough research into the market in which you plan to fix and flip is 110% one of the most crucial moves to be made when starting out. Seeking mentorship or building relationships with agents or experienced flippers in the area in which you plan to buy is a good first step to protect yourself from taking on a bad investment.


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