Author Archives: CT Homes

Should You Sell or Keep Your Rental Property? | CT Homes

Posted by CT Homes // October 6, 2021

People invest in rental properties for countless reasons and each rental property is different. Whether it’s a condominium in a city with numerous tenants or a vacation home that’s rented for only a few months of the year, owning rental property has its fair share of exciting advantages and unique challenges. At some point or […]


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How a Real Estate Inheritance Transfer Works

Posted by CT Homes // September 9, 2021

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When a loved one passes it can be a stressful time defined by a blur of details to sort out and consider, especially when there is real estate on the table. Sadly, it can also be a time of much confusion for family members that are waiting for the estate to be settled and understand […]


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5 Real Estate Exit Strategies

Posted by CT Homes // August 24, 2021

Real Estate Exit Strategies

Rental property and real estate investments should not be a decision made lightly without the proper preparation. As with any investment, it’s crucial to consider all the moving parts before diving into a decision. Especially with the ever-fluctuating state of real estate, it’s easy to get caught off guard with just the slightest change in […]


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Cash Buyers vs. Traditional Listing: Pros and Cons

Posted by CT Homes // March 31, 2021

You can take two main routes when selling a home: listing the property or searching for cash buyers. In today’s fast-moving real estate market, sellers will likely have no trouble with either option. However, there are a few factors to consider before deciding which path to follow.  Cash buyers have become increasingly common in the […]


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Do Renters Need A Home Inspection Too?

Posted by CT Homes // March 8, 2021

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Should you get a rental property inspection before signing a lease? A home inspection is the norm when you buy property, but they’re virtually unheard of for renters.  Is that a big mistake? If you ask for a rental property inspection before signing a lease, are you just being a pain, or are you making a […]


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4 Benefits of Pre-Purchasing A Flipped Home | CT Homes

Posted by CT Homes // February 23, 2021

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There are pros and cons to buying flipped houses. The main benefit is that you won’t have to manage any major renovations on your own. It’s the most convenient type of house to buy unless you’re going to buy a brand-new home—but then you’d be paying a lot more. Of course, there are horror stories. […]


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CT Homes Certified Properties: Simplifying the Home Buying Experience

Posted by CT Homes // October 19, 2020

Anyone that has bought a home before knows just how tedious and overwhelming home-buying can be. Between mortgage pre-qualifications and seemingly endless paperwork the process can often be too much to handle. We eliminate all of the painstaking due diligence tasks and allow you to focus on what’s really important…finding your dream home. If you’re […]


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How to Make Your Offer More Competitive!

Posted by CT Homes // September 29, 2020

Losing out on a home you’ve offered on SUCKS. Walking the property, imagining the move, picturing the space as your own…….all to have another buyer swoop in and submit a better offer. No more! Landing your dream home is now about timing, contract structure and submitting the strongest offer possible as soon as you can. […]


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The Five biggest drawbacks of a Lender-Financed Offer

Posted by CT Homes // July 6, 2020

All offers are not created equally. It cannot be stated enough just how important it is to choose the right offer, not just the one with the highest price. The right offer is one that actually closes and allows you to move on from the transaction. The wrong offer has an unexpected problem at the […]


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What to Look for in a Strong Cash Buyer

Posted by CT Homes // May 29, 2020

A seller’s goal should be to find the highest offer with the strongest probability of closing. While a near asking price offer may look great after initial review, it may be full of unnecessary contingencies and red flags that may put you in a bad position as the seller. What if you knew what to […]


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