You don’t have to be a real estate guru to know that the east coast so-called “blue” states over there are all about the real estate, real estate, real estate. Without a doubt, that’s where the market’s cutthroat, and it’s like a game of inches and timing. You strike when the iron’s hot, and you hope for some ROI in the process.
Thankfully, we have some good news for you: the entire national real estate market seems to be looking pretty good, primarily for home sellers, as home prices begin to skyrocket clear across the board –
But Just in Case You’re in One of These States, You Have to See These Numbers
Bear in mind that as a home seller, if you want some ROI for major investments you’ve made to your property and you’re looking to move out, you’ll want to wait until you start seeing these numbers. These are predictions. But as the real estate market continues to flourish as we see here, there’s no doubt that these predictions will shortly become realities. So let’s take a look:
So what do you expect for such a heavy hitter in the United States? California has among the most #realestate regions for skyrocketing home prices, and it's only getting higher and higher. You can expect the down payment averages to also increase….
What kind of down payments should you expect from buyers? Try $80,668.41 as an average. That's just over 20% of the selling price. Pretty hefty.
They’re called mortgage trends, friends. Do the research here. Of course, we’re noticing that there’s one major trend going on in the real estate market, and that’s the higher down payment, but perhaps you might want to stick…
While we're on the subject of LGBT workplace discrimination, what about the IT industry? Any opportunities there? Oh, yes. Just ask CA Technologies, arguably one of the largest firms for software innovation in the country.
Just how big are they? Well, the company services more than half of the Gobal Fortune 500 for starters. They also provide the support for 20 of the biggest global banks and 25 federal agencies. There's a reason why CA Technologies is hailed as one of the "World's 100 Most Innovative Companies" by Forbes Magazine.
Do they have influence? Yes. Will we listen to them? Double yes.
Why the #BBB and the National Foundation for Credit Counseling #NFCC Are Your Guardian Angels
Accreditation is important when it comes to credit counseling for a number of reasons: there's prestige behind it, you know you're not only dealing with a professional, but a REPUTABLE one. And how do you know that?
OTHER reputable organizations support it. Consider them like 'professional' references. The Better Business Bureau, for instance, is a complete no-brainer. And if you want to make sure you're getting an endorsement specifically within the industry, it would be in the credit counselor's best interest to have a reference and accreditation from the National Foundation for Credit Counseling.
So ask about those accreditations. You'll ensure you're working with a prime-time player in the credit repair biz.
The all-important #smallbusiness knows the importance of #funding in a big way, plus the success of that demographic in this #corporate community largely depends on whether or not an entrepreneur can think I CAN versus NOT A CHANCE. Our economy needs believers, basically.
That's why Smallknot exists. Their demographic is the small business. Their model of crowdfunding, though, is especially unique, in that the site allows those startups to reward people supporting them for their contributions. It's a collaborative effort, which as you know is at the heart of what crowdfunding is. Don't you think that's what our economy needs?
Chances are you've heard of this identity theft protection. If you have, good; if not, now you know. #IDtheft will always remain a heavy hitter when it comes to crime, which is why #AssistingRenters has the best offer for you:
Securing Your Future With LifeLock. It blows my mind just how oblivious some can be, going through their lives not even realizing that cyber-terrorists have hijacked their identities and taken advantage of everything from a Comcast cable bill to filing for a home mortgage in another state.
Real estate’s like gambling when you think about it. You’re basically betting on a property hitting it big. You don’t know if it’s going to hit big. You have certain factors on your side, though: property values, assessments, location, trends, that sort of thing. But you can never be sure of what’s going to happen. Even if you’re just a potential home buyer looking for your zero-down home through H.O.P.E. to Own, you’re never sure if that home’s going to turn into a good investment on your end in the future just in case you plan on mortgage refinancing or moving out.
More so is the fact that you never know what’s going to happen to property developments around your particular real estate in question! That’s what this is all about.
Future Property Developments: Will They Help You or Hurt You?
This takes some real estate research, far beyond what you’re accustomed to, just so you know. After all, if you invest or purchase a home in a development that may face vacancies or additional land developments, that may just have a tremendous effect on the future supply and home pricing around you.
Other such issues can include soon-to-be governmental prospects on developments for new schools, hospitals, changes in zoning and traffic for better flow or access to other amenities and that sort of thing. If changes are made around you — for better or worse, specifically for you — you could be looking at a good thing…. Or a bad thing.
It’s a Gamble. But What Do You Expect?
Shoot the tables and see what you come up with, I guess. You go in with great knowledge and technique, though, as a real estate investor. Whether it’s beachfront real estate or just a single-family home in a neighborhood — whatever the case, wherever the chips fall, if you have some idea of what’s going to happen in the future, you’ll have some idea of just what you might net in terms of ROI, or property value.