Fall is here! The kids have moved out for school. Help them learn about renting and coping with issues during their tenancy.
One property manager, who has been in the business for decades, compares landlord and tenant relationships to marriage. Initially, both parties are enthused with one another and things look rosy. As the tenancy progresses, the initial rosy viewpoint shifts to a more realistic one as issues arise. These could be minor issues, such as a tenant wanting repairs to happen more quickly, or there could be major issues, such as non-payment of rent.
The below links address practical tenancy issues:
Transitioning from renter to homeowner is one of the biggest decisions you’ll make throughout your lifetime. That’s why it’s essential to surround yourself with a team of experts – including both a mortgage and real estate professional – to walk you through the steps to home ownership, answer all of your questions and concerns, help you decide what kind of home you can afford and get you pre-approved for a mortgage.
With interest rates still hovering around “emergency” levels – low rates never before seen by your parents and even your grandparents – now is an ideal time for first-time homebuyers to embark upon homeownership.
The main reason many renters feel they can’t afford to purchase a home has to do with saving for a down payment. But there are many solutions available today that can help first-time buyers with their down payments....
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