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How To Decide If You Want A Second House After You Retire

Retirement brings a certain level of relief. You no longer have to work or work quite as hard as you once did. If you were a smart investor, saver, etc., then you have a lot of money on which to sit or spend as you like. Perhaps you are considering real estate as a possible purchase with your retirement money. Is that what you really want? There is so much involved with real estate that you have to ask yourself these tough questions. Read More 

Preparing For An Open House ? Do These 3 Things

It can be quite a challenge to sell a home, especially when the market is competitive. It's why you need to put your best foot forward when hosting an open house to attract potential buyers to the property. Here are three things you should do to make the most out of an open house. Remember What You Loved About Your Home The first thing that you should do is think back to what it was like when you decided to purchase the home. Read More 

Benefits Of Accepting HUD For Your Rental Properties

If you are a real estate investor and you prefer to rent out your properties versus simply flipping them for a profit, you will want to consider the option of turning one or more of them into HUD eligible homes. To help you understand the benefits of this, you will want to keep reading. Help Finding Tenants As a landlord, you will want to do all you can to find quality tenants for your properties. Read More 

3 Things To Consider When Buying A Home

There are a lot of things to consider when buying a home. A new home is an investment that will have an impact on your life for years to come. If you are in the market for a single-family home south of where you live, there are a lot of things to take into consideration. You want to make sure that you find a home that's in your price range but that also has the features you need and is in a good location for your day to day life. Read More 

4 Must-Ask Questions Before Signing Your First Apartment Lease

When you're ready to rent your first apartment, you (along with the landlord or property manager) will sign an important legal document known as a lease. This document will outline all the rules and regulations of your lease agreement, so it's important to read it thoroughly before penning your signature. Furthermore, there are several important questions you'll want to ask before signing your first apartment lease to ensure the apartment is a good fit for your needs. Read More 

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Discussing Real Estate Transactions

Hi there, my name is Francesska O’Conner. Welcome to my website about real estate transactions. The real estate transaction process is particularly difficult to navigate without some guidance. Although real estate agents try to offer this guidance to their clients, sometimes a little information is lost along the way. I created this site to help explain the real estate transaction process from start to finish. I will explore both sides of the transaction process for buyers and sellers. I hope you will feel inspired to visit often to learn everything there is to know about real estate transactions. Thank you for coming by.

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How To Decide If You Want A Second House After You Retire
3 June 2018

Retirement brings a certain level of relief. You n

Preparing For An Open House ? Do These 3 Things
30 May 2018

It can be quite a challenge to sell a home, especi

Benefits Of Accepting HUD For Your Rental Properties
22 May 2018

If you are a real estate investor and you prefer t

3 Things To Consider When Buying A Home
9 April 2018

There are a lot of things to consider when buying

4 Must-Ask Questions Before Signing Your First Apartment Lease
8 April 2018

When you're ready to rent your first apartment, yo