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August 13th, 2013 by Marco Santarelli
I came up with the following rules of successful real estate investing over my many years of successes and failures. These are the same rules I follow today and share with our clients at Norada Real Estate Investments.
1. Educate Yourself
Knowledge is the new currency. Without it you are doomed to follow other people’s advice without knowing if it’s good or bad. Knowledge will also help take you from being a “good” investor to becoming a great investor, and that knowledge will help provide a passive stream of income for you or your family.
June 19th, 2018 by Marco Santarelli
Montgomery Alabama Real Estate Market Overview
Montgomery Alabama Real Estate Market was ranked the #8 hottest housing market in the U.S. by CNN Money in 2014. The city has a low unemployment rate. It is a strong cash-flow market due to strong demand for rental housing. And this is not entirely due to the 8 colleges and universities in the city. The cost of living here is 5% lower the U.S. average while there are a number of good paying jobs in the area.
June 16th, 2018 by Marco Santarelli
Tampa Investment Properties
While you could find plenty of generic superlatives trying to get you to invest in the Tampa investment properties, the reality is that there are plenty of hard facts that justify it. We could mention Tampa is the fifth hottest real estate market for investment 2017. Its unemployment rate is less than 5%, and this is one reason why it is the fastest growing city in the state. Others move here for the cheaper real estate and lower cost of living, 23% below the U.S. average. The population growth fuels demand for housing, and that’s in short supply. Tampa investment properties are affordable with good annual appreciation potential.
June 15th, 2018 by Aaron Chapman
The recent negative moment in the Mortgage Backed Securities has evidenced a 1% (at times higher) jump in rates. A move such as this can force a pause for many investors who believe they may have gotten into the game too late and missed the best rate options, losing out on best possible cash flows. Recently speaking with an investor he shared significant concern for the difference he was seeing when attempting to close on another purchase this year with a 1% increase in rate from late 2017.
June 14th, 2018 by Marco Santarelli
Best Houston Neighborhoods
Houston neighborhoods come with an urban charm and a family-friendly vibe. Houston alternately makes the news for massive traffic jams, hurricanes that periodically hit the city and its rampant rate of growth. For example, Hurricane Harvey flooded more than a hundred thousand homes in August, 2017. This initially froze the Houston real estate market. However, the city is getting back to normal. And factors like affordable housing and good paying jobs are still drawing people to the area. If you’re looking for the best experience of Houston city, read this article to find some of the best Houston neighborhoods to live in or to purchase investment properties. You will discover the 10 best Houston neighborhoods and their unique character, charms, amenities, and standard of living.
June 10th, 2018 by Marco Santarelli
Birmingham AL Real Estate
Birmingham, Alabama has come a long way from its Southern roots, though it retains its historic charm. Birmingham recently earned the title of being the South’s “Comeback Town”. The Birmingham metro area is among the nation’s top 10 best real estate markets for home buyers. The Birmingham AL real estate market continues to take steps in the right direction in 2018. Single family rental homes are the single most common housing type in Birmingham AL real estate, accounting for about 60% of the city’s housing units. Property appreciation rates are so strong in Birmingham real estate market that despite a nationwide downturn in the housing market, Birmingham AL real estate has continued to appreciate in value much faster than most other top performing real estate markets in the US.
June 7th, 2018 by Marco Santarelli
Chicago Real Estate
Chicago is the third largest metropolitan area in the U.S, almost three million in Chicago and another ten million in the surrounding metro area. Chicago has a large population, diverse economy, and a stable market. It is home to 32 Fortune 500 companies. It has high private sector employment. And due to a number of factors, Chicago Real Estate Market is one of the best rental real estate markets in the US.
In this blog, we will share with you the latest Chicago, IL real estate market trend. For example, the average price per square foot for Chicago properties was $221 in 2017, an increase of 1% compared to the same period in 2016. We will also share with you the top 10 reasons to invest in the Chicago real estate in 2018.
June 3rd, 2018 by Marco Santarelli
Kansas City Real Estate
Kansas City is the largest city in the U.S. state of Missouri, famous for its distinct barbeque cuisine and jazz heritage. Also nicknamed the City of Fountains, the Kansas City is now emerging as a growing market for real estate investments. Overall, the city sees a 1% weekly rise in average listing price. Also, the median rent in the Kansas City Real Estate Market is increasing at the rate of 5% per month. The Kansas City housing market is strong and stable, and in many ways the envy of housing pundits on both coasts. Home sales were up about 7 percent and prices were up about 6 percent throughout the region in the previous year.
In 2017, a WalletHub survey for real estate market growth in United States listed the “Kansas City Real Estate Market” at number 18 out of 300 of the fastest growing cities in the US. The city has seen an average rise of 7.5% in its real estate Median Sales Price in the year 2017. The average number of days a home is on the market in the Kansas City market about 15 days.
May 29th, 2018 by Marco Santarelli
Hottest US Real Estate Markets 2018
After another year of rising home prices and declining inventory across the USA, it has become increasingly difficult to find a market which can fetch a reasonable return on your investment. In 2018, the US real estate market shows no signs of slowing, and is slated to remain among the world’s top performers, according to a forecast from Fitch Ratings. The home prices are expected to rise 4.6 percent in 2018. Here are the 8 hottest US real estate markets to watch in 2018. These markets offer a rare combination of better than average job growth, good development and some runway before homes become overpriced. For example, Orlando home prices increased 9% in 2017, hitting an average of $247,550. The market forecast is that the prices will increase 35% by the start of 2021. Similarly, we have presented the forecast and trends of the seven other top performers in the US real estate market.
May 22nd, 2018 by Alex Villacorta
Is 2018 a good time to buy a home, sell a home, move up, or invest in real estate — or will you be better off parking your money elsewhere, whether that means buying a house in a different location or an investment in an entirely different industry? While no one knows exactly what will happen with home prices this year, if you have the right sources and know where to look, there is enough evidence to make a sound educated guess.
Where will we see softening housing markets first, and which cities are still showing healthy growth? We examined all 381 metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) in the US for local affordability (and change in affordability), housing market price growth, and the pace of housing market price growth to pinpoint where the housing market is slowing down.
May 20th, 2018 by Marco Santarelli
Tampa FL Real Estate
Tampa Real Estate is gaining popularity owing to its housing market where a number of investors have been putting in their stakes. Tampa FL Real Estate is growing steadily, prices are still low and properties have a good chance for appreciation in the coming years. 2017 was an important year for the real estate in Tampa FL as it experienced an 11.1% increase in the housing mostly owing to the growth in employment opportunities.
The average price of residential properties in Tampa is around $136,000. However, investors can also find properties for as low as $90,000. On the other hand, the average monthly rent is around $995. With a population of more than 4 million, Tampa, FL is not only an attractive metropolitan area but is also one of the most frequently visited tourist destinations. There are a number of economic and development prospects attached to this market and Tampa, FL has been described as one of the hottest real estate markets in the US in 2018. Compared to markets in Atlanta, Nashville and Cleveland, Tampa has higher prospects when it comes to residential and commercial property investments.
May 17th, 2018 by Marco Santarelli
Detroit Real Estate Market
This year, the Detroit real estate market can be seen to be flourishing since people from all across the US are considering to invest in Detroit. In addition to this, many older residents of the city are also considering a move back to their hometown because of the prospects here. With a population of around 4.3 million and average household income of around $53,000, Detroit is moving rapidly upwards when it comes to both population growth and development. Also, of notable mention is the fact that the in the Detroit housing market, the median house value has increased to 40% since 2017. Detroit stands with Orlando, Kansas as well as Columbus and Atlanta, when it comes to real estate market comparison.
May 15th, 2018 by Pat Curry
Once the market starts to rebound, investing in real property also becomes a more appealing idea — either as a career or a great side job. Like any other endeavor, though, there’s a right way and a wrong way to go about it.
Bankrate.com spoke with established, full-time real estate investors and with professionals, such as bankers, to identify the types of traps into which real estate investors most often fall.
1. Planning as you go
Andy Heller, an Atlanta-based investor and co-author of “Buy Even Lower: The Regular People’s Guide to Real Estate Riches,” says lack of a plan is the biggest mistake he sees new investors make. They buy a house because they think they got a good deal and then try to figure out what to do with it. That’s working backward, Heller says. “First, you find the plan,” he says. “Then you find the house to fit the plan. Pick your investment model, and then go find property to match that. Don’t find the strategy after you find the home.”
May 13th, 2018 by Marco Santarelli
Jacksonville Real Estate Market
At this moment there is an enormous development going on in the Jacksonville real estate market. Last year, the average sales in the Jacksonville housing market recorded a 10.3% increase from 2016. Average sale prices of Jacksonville properties have been rising by about 6.5% every year. This is a good increase in value for real estate owners have invested in Jacksonville real estate. There are also strong indicators of low property vacancies, jobs, rising rents and single family rental unit developments, factors that are known to attract real estate investors into a city.
May 10th, 2018 by Marco Santarelli
Should You Invest In Orlando Real Estate Market?
Owing to its picturesque beaches and rapidly improving quality of life, Orlando, FL is proving to be a secure real estate investment destination for not only local but also international investors. With an average rental of $1,599, the Orlando real estate market is expanding at a great pace and people from all over the country and even beyond are either choosing to move permanently or invest here. Compared to other cities with competitive real estate markets, investing in Orlando real estate market makes more sense since it has experienced a 6% increase in property prices in a year.
May 6th, 2018 by Marco Santarelli
Should You Invest In Indianapolis?
When it comes down to investing in Indianapolis, it is considered to be a cash flow market with a rise in investment properties expected in the coming years. Other real estate markets in other cities declined up to 50% while the Indianapolis real estate market staggered at around 7%. Construction in Indianapolis seems to be a trend ever since 1849 with America’s first Union Station. Indianapolis is also known as the crossroads of America with six interstate highways crossing through the town. However, the transport sector isn’t the only thing the city is good for. Construction companies have been stretching their profit margins from the ever growing Indianapolis housing market.
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