Real estate can be unpredictable. Learn tips and tricks you can use to keep your finances in check throughout the buying or selling process.

How To Get A Home For Rent On Your Terms

12 October 2019
 Categories: , Blog

In cities where population and employment growth are on the rise, it absolutely becomes a renter's market. Some examples of hot renter's cities right now include Las Vegas, St. Petersburg, Charlotte, and Seattle. When you are moving to or moving on up in one of these renter's markets, it's important to know how to find the right place to live.  With a little bit of research and rolling your sleeves up, you can find a home for rent that you will love. Read More …

Why You Should Consider Owning A Timeshare

30 September 2019
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Most people have heard of timeshares before. In fact, there's a good chance that someone has attempted to sell you one in the past. However, many people misunderstand what timeshares are and how they actually work. Timeshares are simply jointly-owned property, property that, once you buy-in, you can use at key times throughout the year. While timeshare ownership might not work for everyone, it can be a great option for many people who wish to vacation in a desired spot and who can take their vacation times fairly regularly. Read More …

Four Things To Negotiate When Buying A House

17 September 2019
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Have you found a house that you are ready to call your own? You'll need to make an offer on the house and start the negotiation process. Be aware of four different real estate items you can negotiate on when you start dealing with the seller. The Home Inspection Some sellers may ask that you forego having a home inspection done as part of the buying process. This is something that you should hold firm on keeping, since it is never a good idea to get a home without a home inspection. Read More …

Why Buyers And Sellers Do Not Speak Directly In Real Estate Deals

2 September 2019
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you are trying to buy a house, you are considered the buyer in a real estate deal. A person selling is called the seller. In most cases, buyers and sellers do not speak to each other directly, and there are reasons for this. Instead, they work together in deals by using a third party, called a real estate agent. In most cases, each party has their own real estate agent, so there are two agents involved with one deal. Read More …

4 Ways To Help Your Parents Own A Home

20 August 2019
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you want to help your parents own a home, you can go about it in several ways. Below are four ways that some people have found useful. 1. Buy and Gift to Your Parents One way to give your parents a house is to treat it just like any other gift. This means you buy the house and deed it to your parents as a gift. For this method, your parents won't even become involved in the purchase process, so they don't need to come up with the deposit or make the mortgage payments. Read More …

About Me
Talking About Real Estate Finances

Welcome to my website about real estate finances. My name is Reina. I would like to talk to you all about the financial aspect of buying, selling and renting real estate. I will share tips and tricks you can use to keep your finances in check, even when the market feels unstable or you have to dip into your savings for yet another repair. I will also discuss the pros and cons of hiring a property management company to assist you in the renting process. I hope you will follow along and learn all you can about managing your real estate finances. Thanks for visiting.