Real Estate

Home Inspection Tips for Sellers

Posted by CT Homes // May 31, 2022

No one likes it when a good deal dies. Especially when selling your home, it can be disappointing. Whether the property won’t sell due to financial complications or miscommunications, learning that a great offer has fallen through is always a setback in real estate. Unfortunately, home inspections are a well-known deal-killer within real estate. They’re […]


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Finding Buyers for Real Estate: Selling Your Property Simply

Posted by CT Homes // May 18, 2022

When you’ve decided to sell your house, one of the most first questions you’ll ask is how to find buyers for your home. Depending on the location and property type, finding a buyer for a real estate transaction can range from fairly simple to downright challenging. Especially for those who have never sold a house […]


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Guide to Rental Property Bookkeeping

Posted by CT Homes // April 4, 2022

Real estate and rental property bookkeeping might not be the most exciting element of investing in real estate, but it’s a necessary mechanic within the real estate machine. Some real estate investors might hire an accountant or professional bookkeeper to keep track of their property expenses because understanding these figures is critical for properly running […]


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Rental Income Tax Rate

Posted by CT Homes // March 17, 2022

In life two things are certain and, as we all know, one of those is taxes. Tax season seems to always be around the corner, and for rental property investors that can mean that some paperwork is on the horizon. Understanding the tax rate for rental income can be an overwhelming task. Between identifying all […]


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7 Hard To Sell Property Types That Deserve Your Consideration

Posted by CT Homes // March 9, 2022

Rural homes in grassy area.

Not all properties are created equal. Some can become very difficult for homeowners, realtors, and real estate investors to resell. Depending on the holding costs and resell value fluctuations, many of these hard-to-sell properties can sometimes sell for less than they were purchased. While these properties might have some unique challenges for selling, investors need […]


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For Sale by Owner (FSBO) Tips for Sellers

Posted by CT Homes // February 25, 2022

For Sale By Owner (FSBO)

If you’re at all familiar with the world of real estate you’ve likely come across the idea of For Sale by Owner listings, or “FSBO” listings. For homeowners looking to take the real estate process into their own hands, it’s a popular option to skip the use of a realtor or agent and instead sell […]


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Understanding the Short Sale Process

Posted by CT Homes // February 3, 2022

short-sale

A lot has changed in the world of real estate over the last decade. As difficult as it may be to believe, the mortgage collapse was over ten years ago. A defining term that emerged shortly after the collapse was the “short sale”. There is a good chance that even if you were in real […]


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Guide to Selling a House with Tenants

Posted by CT Homes // January 31, 2022

There are several reasons why you might be ready to sell an investment property. Whether you’re attempting to sell a house or a rental property, sometimes investors need to move on to the next venture. Perhaps it’s time to take advantage of the appreciation value, or maybe you need more time to focus on other […]


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Selling a House without a Realtor (FSBO)

Posted by CT Homes // December 22, 2021

Selling a House Without a Realtor

Can California homeowners and investors sell their homes without using a real estate agent? More importantly, if they can, should they? Property owners and investors make these decisions every day. While there are certainly advantages to neglecting the assistance of a real estate agent, those trying to save money will find that it could end […]


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Tips for Working With Cash Buyers

Posted by CT Homes // December 20, 2021

Reviewing cash buyer contract with magnifying glass

At face value, working with cash buyers should be simple. Unfortunately, this is not always the case, and working with cash buyers can be difficult. There are a few malpractices to look out for when working with cash buyers to save time and frustration. Over the years, many cash buyers draft terms in their offers […]


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