Bankruptcy Chapter 7 Real Estate

Posted by Jose Imery // October 10, 2018 // Blog / Featured

filing bankruptcy chapter 7 connecticut

You can file for chapter 7 bankruptcy if your income-related resources are minimum, a significant portion of the debt is unsecured, and it doesn’t seem possible to pay back the loan. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is also known as liquidation bankruptcy. That means the court will dissolve your assets to pay back the loans. After dissolving […]

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Tips for Hiring a Moving Company in Connecticut

Posted by Jose Imery // September 26, 2018 // Blog / Featured

moving companies in connecticut

You don’t find the best moving companies in Connecticut by doing a simple Google search. The reason is obvious. You have to trust the company with your precious belongings. You need to find a trustworthy partner, a reputable mover who knows his job and for this purpose, you want to look beyond online searches. Connecticut […]

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Mold Abatement Assistance in CT

Posted by Jose Imery // September 19, 2018 // Blog / Featured

selling house as-is with mold

Selling a house as-is with mold The mold can grow anywhere. It can be inside your home, beneath the walls, or inside the attic. You can sense the presence of mold by its smell. Water damage is probably the most common reason for mold growth. Usually, mold starts developing 24 hours after the environment becomes […]

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Reverse Mortgage or Home Equity Line of Credit

Posted by Jose Imery // September 12, 2018 // Blog / Featured

Reverse Mortgage or HELOC

A reverse mortgage, Home Equity Loan or the Equity Line of Credit allow you to cash in the equity in your home. You can use the capital to pay for medical expenses, unexpected costs or for day to day expenses. The reverse mortgage is specially reserved for people aged 62. Usually, consumers approaching retirement consider […]

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Tips for Selling Your Out-of-State Rental Property

Posted by Jose Imery // September 5, 2018 // Blog / Featured

Are You an Out of State Landlord? Managing rental properties while being away is a tough challenge. The surprising factor is that we don’t choose to become an out-of-state landlord unless the scope for making a profit is significantly high. It would be better if the property is in the town and you can make visits […]

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Selling Home for Retirement: Should I Sell My Home When I Retire?

Posted by Jose Imery // August 29, 2018 // Blog / Featured

selling house for retirement

Retirement used to be a situation where you give up your dreams and live a limited life. It doesn’t have to be the case anymore. Nowadays, you can make your retirement a dream. It can be full of excitement, friendships, and new experiences. Most people have a goal to travel more and see friends more […]

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Tips for Planning Home Remodeling/Rehabbing Schedule

Posted by Jose Imery // August 22, 2018 // Blog / Featured

how to plan home remodeling schedule

Turning a distressed property into a beautiful home improves housing communities. When an abandoned or deteriorated homes keep sitting on the neighborhood, it reduces the selling price of nearby homes. However, when the same home gets put on the market with a new makeover, new systems, and modern facilities; it creates an increase in price […]

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Do’s and Don’ts of Home Rehabbing & Flipping

Posted by Jose Imery // August 15, 2018 // Blog / Featured

do's and don'ts of rehabbing a house

The area, neighborhood and existing condition of the property will dictate if you should approach your next project as a flip–clean the property, make needed cosmetic repairs, refresh the appearance and put the home back on the market OR do a full rehab—replacing the infrastructure of the house such as furnace, boiler, plumbing, electrical panel and […]

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5 Principles of Home Rehabbing

Posted by Jose Imery // August 8, 2018 // Blog / Featured

principles of home flipping

When planning a rehab project, most investors think about the profit margin but most never give any serious thought to the downside. What is your exit strategy? How do you manage to sell a property that is sitting on the market for weeks? What happens, when you suddenly realize that a house requires more work […]

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What is the Difference Between Home Rehabbing and Flipping?

Posted by Jose Imery // August 2, 2018 // Blog / Featured / Home Buying // home flipping and rehabbing / renovation vs remodeling / what is the difference between rehabbing and flipping

what is the difference between remodeling and renovation

Flipping, renovating and remodeling… these three terms are often used interchangeably although each process is significantly different. Prospective buyers should be aware of the differences, especially when buying an old home that was renovated. If you are buying an old house that looks like it had been renovated, you should inspect the home in detail. […]

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