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Changes to credit may help you finance a real-estate purchase

If you are looking into making a real estate purchase, there is some good news on the horizon. Starting in July 2017, the three largest credit-reporting agencies will be excluding tax liens and civil debts from their reports, helping your credit score improve. In turn, this means you may be able to obtain a better interest rate, mortgage and make a better real estate purchase.

What to look for when you want to buy a short sale or foreclosure

When you're ready to buy a home, one thing you might be considering is looking for a foreclosure or short sale. Both homes tend to be at fair market values or lower, making them a potentially great deal. There are some things to know about this kind of transaction, though.

How can you transfer real estate to a beneficiary?

There are a few different kinds of property ownership that you might be considering if you own real estate. These transactions aren't only for buying or selling a property; they can help you protect your real estate if you are getting older and want to provide it to beneficiaries later.

Common contingency clauses when buying and selling homes

Whether you're buying or selling a house, it's crucial to know what types of contingency clauses can be used and how they impact the sale. Generally speaking, the end goal is always the same: The deal can be called off if the contingency is not met. Below are a few examples.

Why a food truck may prove to be a solid commercial real estate investment

For most people, the term commercial real estate investment invariably conjures up visions of significant amounts of money being put into office buildings, retail establishments and other large-scale developments. While this is by no means inaccurate, it's important to understand that it can also encompass other smaller ventures, including those in the food industry.

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