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In age of coronavirus, Houston real estate appraisers are keeping their distance

[ad_1] For Ed Woodruff, the call was routine. Before a lender gave a homeowner a new mortgage that would allow her to take advantage of historically low interest rates, he…

Real estate brokers eligible for Stimulus support

[ad_1] Real estate brokers get a lifeline from the federal government’s massive stimulus package (Pixabay) Real estate brokers are generally in the eat what you kill business, working as independent…

Real estate brokers add coronavirus clauses to contracts

[ad_1] Real estate brokers across the country have added legal language and standardized coronavirus addenda to help buyers manage risk. Less than a month ago, a “coronavirus clause” in a…

3 rules for buying and keeping real estate investment | Real estate investments

“Buy and hold” is a popular investment strategy that can also be applied to real estate. Buying a rental property or other long-term investment property can provide multiple benefits. “Rental…

Real estate brokers are leveraging technology and adapting to coronavirus

[ad_1] Manhattan, New-York. Shutterstock. Across the country, there has been a general disruption with COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus. With the unfolding global pandemic, the real estate sector is…

Now more than ever, real estate brokers need to focus on digital awareness

In the world of commercial real estate, one crucial asset can make or break your career: your network. Commission brokers know this truism better than most. They live and die…

Financial advisers warn of downsides to fractional real estate investments

John Corretti loves investing in real estate but buying locally doesn’t make much sense. “It’s very expensive and not very landlord-friendly, plus I don’t have several hundred thousand dollars and…