With the housing market the best it has been in a decade, now is the time to buy. Whether you are looking to buy your first home, looking for a vacation home, or looking to downsize for retirement, purchasing a home is always an investment for the future. When purchasing a home, it is always important to the major general checks on a home. Does the roof leak? Is the plumbing in good condition? Is the foundation sturdy? All necessary questions to ask, but let’s ask ourselves about the future of our living spaces. Continue reading
It’s both exciting and nerve-wracking to think soon in the future or if you’re already on the lookout and in a few month’s time, you can get ahold of your own house. It’s exciting looking for potential houses and envisioning your dream interior; it’s nerve-wracking to go through all the daunting documents and other processes you need to accomplish.
When you think you and your spouse are ready to buy a house for your family, don’t step inside model houses knowing close to nothing. At least, do a bit of research to gather basic knowledge regarding the buying process and things to know beforehand.
We’re already a month down the first quarter of 2017 and with your resolutions coming into play, you may want to add another important milestone you ought to achieve—being a homeowner.
The housing market may have stabilized after a real estate crisis several years ago however, let’s not waste our time and money furthermore. Tis the year to finally gift yourself and/or your family a well-deserved beautiful and comfortable new home (or your first!). Continue reading
Tenants or homeowners?
More than 30% of all those who live in London and are still not homeowners, seem to acknowledge the fact, that buying your own home/property in London is a pathway full of difficult choices and obstacles. According to independent research, because of the current exponential growth of London population, demand within the housing market seem to be set on a sure pathway to growth.
Hopes and Age.
Do people give up, or do people adapt?
Here’s what I’ve found out:
According to an independent research based on more than 2000 adults, who are all at the time being tenants, without previously ever owned a property, results show that 33% of all surveyed assume they will never be able to purchase a home of their own. Continue reading
In January, it is only natural that people will look forward to the year ahead and try and see what shape their finances are going to be in. It is difficult to know for certain what is going to happen, and a lot of personal things can take place which means an individual is affected in ways the market cannot predict but there are also instances that Continue reading
When trade begins on Thursday, real estate will have a new importance on the market.
Real estate will be given its own class in terms of the MSCI and S&P Dow Jones Indices, and it will actually be independent from the rest of the categories within the financial sector. This separation is a result of the fact that real estate as a sector has done so well, better than the S&P 500 in fact. The S&P’s REIT industry index has increased by 24 percent every year since the inception of the current bull market in 2009, as opposed to 18 percent for the rest of the categories. Continue reading