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What is a realtor?
A Realtor is a licensed real estate agent that is also a member of the National Association of Realtors and adheres to a strict code of ethics.
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What is the difference between real estate agent and realtor?
A real estate agent is a licensed professional that is able to sell real estate in a particular area. A Realtor is also a licensed real estate agent, but is also a member...
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What are property rates?
Property rates are taxes on the ownership of property (land and buildings). The rates based on the market value of the property and used to fund various services provided...
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What is a property boom?
A property boom is when real estate demand exceeds supply and prices are rising at a significantly higher rate than the balance of the economy.
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When do property values go down?
Property values go down when the cost/availability of capital becomes too expensive. For example as interest rates rise, the demand for property goes down due to increase...
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When do property values go up?
Movement of property values depend on a lot of effects. Location may be one of the reasons for property values movement. When an ideal property is sitting alone in a remo...
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When do property prices go down?
Property prices go down when supplies outstrips demand. When estate sources are highest but investors and buyers are minimal, property prices adjust according to demand. ...
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When do property prices go up?
Property prices go up when supplies fall behind demand. When many investors are looking for quality estates to buy as flagship investments but the estate resources are mi...
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What is a landlord deposit?
A landlord deposit is an advanced deposit that is generally retained by the landlord during a tenantís stay. The amount of the security deposit often ranges from half of ...
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What are the disadvantages of buying a condo?
Some disadvantages to purchasing a condo are that you have to pay condo fees/maintenance fees in order to maintain the common areas of the condo. This can be a disadvanta...
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What are the advantages of buying a condo?
The first advantage to buying a condo is the price. Simply put, a two bedroom condo will almost always be priced lower than a two bedroom home in nearly every area of the...
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What are the different types of property investment?
There are lots of types like residential property investment, commercial property investment, buy to let property investment, land investment, business property investmen...
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What are the different types of real estate?
There are four broad types of income-producing real estate: offices, retail and industrial. Offices are the "flagship" investment for many real estate owners. Offices are...
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How much should i spend on buying residential real estate?
Typically, most lenders suggest that you spend no more than 28% of your monthly income on a mortgage. Keep in mind, in addition to the mortgage costs, youíll have to pay ...
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How much should i spend on buying a house?
Typically, most lenders suggest that you spend no more than 28% of your monthly income on a mortgage. Keep in mind, in addition to the mortgage costs, youíll have to pay ...
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What is a housing glut?
A housing glut happens when fewer vacant new homes are available on the market. Lesser investors are looking to invest in real estate. It would seem that housing is not ...
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Why invest in property?
Investing in property can give you an alternative investment vehicle to maximize your returns. Property is a tangible investment that you can see and use. Everyone needs ...
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What are the disadvantages of investing in property?
One of the main disadvantages of property investing is high carrying cost. Once you've bought property, you are on the hook for paying the annual RE taxes, the utilities,...
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What are the advantages of investing in property?
Property purchase is a stable investment in today's marketplace. Property is a tangible asset, which means that it always has some sort of intrinsic value. Stocks can go ...
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Why invest in land?
Many people choose to invest in land because it is a finite resource. As the saying goes, "they aren't making any more of it". As the world's population continues to grow...
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