In efforts to offer a better understanding of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, Inman is giving us a break down on the real estate impact. See the full article below to for a well rounded view of those who will be impacted by this change in reglaution. Originally Posted by: InmanBy Tom Wheelwright Posted: 2:00 a.m Thursday, June 28th, 2018view the original article
The Top 8 Winners and Losers of Trump's Tax Plan
The new tax law's impacts on homeowners, buyers and investors
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We all know that the items we purchase, even the homes we purchase are with the needs of our pets in mind. We can get gadgets that play music with just a simple voice command or watch our house temperature to save us energy. If we have access to all these high tech luxurious items, why can’t our pets?
These are just a few of the smart home gadgets you could have for your fur babies:GoBoneDo you ever feel guilty when you are working all day and can’t be home to play with your pet? The GoBone will keep... read more
As smart home technology continues to trend, we have seen an increase in the number of homes for sale that offer buyers the latest and greatest in home automation, smart entertainment, and security. The smart home is a hot commodity. In fact, a recent study published by the Washington Post found that 65 percent of buyers said they would be willing to spend more money for a home with smart technology upgrades.
However, for most buyers, purchasing a smart home is uncharted territory. While the... read more
When thinking about purchasing your first home, there are tons of different things one needs to consider in order to buy the right one. There’s the location of the home, the price, the property and acreage, and the layout or style. All of that just to find the right house, not even taking into consideration the process of how to buy it. In addition, there are many things you must go over, financially, when purchasing your new home. One thing you do not need, though, is experience. At C... read more
Owning rental properties can be a lucrative business and a great source of income, but those who manage these properties know there is a lot of work that goes into each and every transaction. So what happens when you choose to relocate but don’t want to give up the added income from your rental? If you’re managing an out-of-state property, all hope is not lost! Our property management team put together tips for maintaining these properties, even after you move out of state.
1. Plan for occasional trip... read more