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Investing in Digital Real Estate is it worth it?

The past couple years have been a tumultuous one, to say the least. A global pandemic has upended our lives and decimated economies around the world. And yet, in spite of all the chaos, there are still opportunities to be had—especially in the world of digital real estate. If you're thinking of investing in digital real estate, now is the time to do your research and get started. In this blog post,...

Investing in land pros and cons

Investing in land pros and cons

Land is a tangible asset that you can see and touch and perhaps (depending on its size, type, and location) use for recreation, storage, or some other purpose while you wait for a run up in its price. It’s also fairly permanent. Land may be damaged or lost through natural disaster or government action, but those are rare events. On the other hand, land is a very illiquid asset. It’s hard to value,...

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3 Things to Know Before Selling Your Home: A blog about essential things you need to know before selling your home.

Selling your home is one of the most important financial transactions you’ll ever make. Knowing what to expect can help you avoid the pitfalls that could cost you money or jeopardize your deal. Here are three important things to keep in mind when preparing for this big step: Give yourself enough time to sell. It's important to make sure that you have enough time to sell your home. You need the...

The Seattle metro ranks among top markets for commercial real estate

The Seattle-Tacoma area now ranks 5th overall in CrowdStreet’s national list of top commercial real estate markets in which to invest. It has jumped from 14th on the commercial real estate investment platform's list in 2021.   The markets ahead of Seattle-Tacoma were Austin, Texas, followed by Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina; Nashville, Tennessee; and Orlando, Florida. All very fast growing...

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Will Seattle Housing Surpass the Eastside?

Let's face is it, any real estate around the Seattle area has been soaring for the last decade. With high paying tech jobs and huge number of fortune 500 companies, Seattle's economic powers only continue to grow. There has been major changes across the US, as cities are being transformed both good & bad. How expensive is the Eastside? For those who aren't familiar with Seattle, the Eastide...

What cities will grow and what will shrink for housing?

The US Cities That Could See Largest Pricing Shifts

A recent study by Natixas emphasized that the majority of homeowners may not have so positive thoughts after purchasing a home. Huge housing markets such as New York City and Los Angeles over the next couple of years are expected to slow down. Whereas more affordable metro areas such as Miami and San Antonio could start to heat up, according to an analysis by research firm Natixis.  Most...

Home price growth and market cooling

Home Prices Have Reached Record Highs—Despite the Housing Slowdown

The recent housing slowdown has given opportunities to buyers that may not be so financially well off. It has even began to give sellers anxiety. However, the price of home listing are not coming down, on the contrary they're reaching new all time highs as of Spring 2019. For the first time in March, the median sales price reached $300K. Even though annual price growth has seen a slow down, it's only...

Millennials set to ovetake baby boomers in housing market

Millennials are set to overtake Baby Boomers to become the largest living adult generation

Millennials are projected to overtake Baby Boomers as the largest living adult generation. As older generations age and look to sell properties, growth in the rental market could outpace homeownership over the next decade. Americans have already begun to lean toward rentals, as softer construction activity and housing shortages price potential buyers out of the market.   Over the next...

US homes sales seen an increase of over 11 percent in February

Current-home sales jump 11.8 percent in February (US)

U.S. home sales increased at roughly 11.8 percent in February, caused by accelerating wages and falling mortgage rates that are making homes more affordable. The National Association of Realtors mentioned Friday that current homes sold at an adjusted annual rate of 5.51 million last month, an effective sharp rebound from a pace of 4.94 million in January. The burst in sales points to the housing...

tips for buying a newly built home

5 Thing You Must Know When Buying a Newly Constructed Home

Ever since inventory has began to be scare, many home buyers are looking for new construction properties. When you purchase a newly constructed home, there are additional steps that are essential. Because we want to make this a hassle-free process, we want to give you five tips to make sure you know when you're buying a new construction home. 1. Hire the right inspector Even though home builders...

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