Real Estate

A Guide to Conveyance in Real Estate

Posted by CT Homes // December 1, 2022

inherited-property

More often than not, real estate transactions can get tricky, especially if you’re inheriting a property where the previous owner has passed away. Whether a property has fallen into your hands or you’re dealing with the death of a loved one, conveying ownership can tack on several months to the real estate process and become […]


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Tips for Landlording: Do’s and Don’ts

Posted by JD Esajian // October 28, 2022

There are more rental property opportunities available today than ever before. A growing number of potential homebuyers are holding off and flooding the rental market. This has created ample demand for rental properties and in turn demand for landlords. On the surface, owning a rental property might seem easy. You buy a property, find some […]


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The History of Recession & Home Prices

Posted by JD Esajian // October 25, 2022

Home Prices in Recession

If you have stayed updated on recent events in the news in the past year, at some point you’ve likely heard the scary word “recession.” The idea of a recession might seem overwhelming or concerning, but the US should know a thing or two about bouncing back from economic turmoil. Due to the coronavirus, the […]


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You Have an Adjustable Rate Mortgage. What’s Next?

Posted by CT Homes // October 4, 2022

When buying a home, the question of what type of mortgage you’d like to select is bound to come up if you’re not planning on purchasing the home with cash. This is when an adjustable-rate mortgage (commonly known as an ARM) or a fixed-rate mortgage comes in. Which type of mortgage is the right one […]


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40+ Questions To Answer Before Wholesaling Real Estate

Posted by CT Homes // September 30, 2022

Wholesaling real estate is a short-term business tactic often used by investors looking to make consistent and quick income in the housing market. In a wholesale real estate deal, the wholesaler agrees to purchase a home from a seller for a small earnest deposit. The wholesale contract details the amount the wholesaler is expected to […]


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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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