If you are buying a home, choosing a real estate agent may be the most important decision you make. A good real estate agent can help ensure that you are notified of homes that meet all your criteria. A good agent will also answer your questions and will walk you through the buying process, which is an invaluable service for first-time homebuyers. Despite all this, most buyers choose their agent in a completely haphazard way, simply falling into a relationship with the first real estate agent they encounter. A much better strategy is to do some sleuthing to uncover the agent who will truly help you find that perfect property. You can find the right professional by:
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A would-be real estate investor at a conference in Puerto Vallarta in April said he’d researched the Costa Rican property market for five years, considering making a buy. Meantime, prices appreciated, maybe, 200% in that period. The market became too expensive for him and he never did act.
For the past two years that overseas property investment has been a boom in the
What Are VA Homes?
VA homes are owned by the VA, or Veteran’s Administration. The previous mortgage on these homes were insured by the VA, so when the mortgage loan is defaulted on, the VA gets the title to the property. They can then re-sell it to another buyer. The one thing that many people don’t know about VA properties is that anyone can buy them. You do not have to be military personnel or a veteran to purchase one of these houses as your own.