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I Need to Sell My House Fast

Posted by Shawn Simpson // August 14, 2019

I need to sell my house fast. When you get right down to bedrock, there are burning reasons to sell my house fast in Omaha. The flash of caustic wind that destroys a marriage, the lightning strike of death, and the toll of too much debt, leading to foreclosure, are the primary reasons. Suppose you […]


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How to Handle an Eviction

Posted by Shawn Simpson // August 7, 2019

According to Landlordology, “Being a great landlord doesn’t mean that you’re immune from having bad tenants. Yes, tenant screening is important, but even under the best of circumstances, it’s not unusual for a well-intentioned tenant to struggle to pay rent from time to time.” That is why you need to know how to handle an eviction’ Eviction […]


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Are Summer Homes Worth the Hassle?

Posted by Shawn Simpson // July 31, 2019

Are summer homes worth the hassle? Maximum Exposure Real Estate opines, “Buying a vacation home is great for a number of reasons. Not only does it serve as a great place to spend time away from the world, but it also works as an excellent investment for you as well. Noted financial advisor Dave Ramsey […]


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The Pros And Cons Of Investing In Student Housing Rentals

Posted by Shawn Simpson // July 24, 2019

The Pros And Cons Of Investing In Student Housing Rentals

CT Homes said recently, “Some of the best investments require a leap of faith. You have probably heard for a while that to make money in real estate; you need to think outside the box. One of the most out of the box buy and hold opportunities is with student housing rentals. On the surface, […]


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Sell Rental Property Avoid Capital Gains

Posted by Shawn Simpson // July 17, 2019

Sell Rental Property Avoid Capital Gains

Zacks wrote recently, “One problem with doing well with an investment is that the Internal Revenue Service is usually waiting with its hand out at the end of the transaction, expecting its share in taxes.” If you sell your rental property, which is a “capital asset,” and make a profit, the profit is called a “capital […]


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What To Learn When A Deal Falls Through

Posted by Shawn Simpson // July 10, 2019

What To Learn When A Deal Falls Through

It’s very important you understand when a buyer and seller agree to terms in a contract that it is not a done deal.  In the majority of real estate transactions, there are many things that must happen between the contract date and closing date. What to learn when a deal falls through The reality is […]


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I Need to Sell My House

Posted by Shawn Simpson // July 3, 2019

I Need to Sell My House

I need to sell my house. The stress of needing to sell may be brought on by the fear of foreclosure. It may be brought on by a death in the family. You have decided that is the best thing to do to settle the estate. A divorce is certainly a reason to sell. Both […]


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The True Cost of Selling Your House

Posted by Shawn Simpson // June 26, 2019

The True Cost of Selling Your House

OpenDoor says, “While the average real estate agent commission hovers around 5% to 6%, depending on where you live, the true cost of selling your house tends to be higher. When you factor in additional costs that are common in most sales like repairs, closing costs, and relocating costs, your total expenses can come closer to 10% […]


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What Happens If You Inherit a house with a Mortgage?

Posted by Shawn Simpson // June 12, 2019

What Happens If You Inherit a house with a Mortgage?

Inheriting a home can bring with it challenges, especially if the home comes with a mortgage. What happens if you inherit a house with a mortgage? Under certain circumstances, the mortgage documents may require the beneficiary to repay the entire loan in a very short time. Those who inherit the mortgage will want to think […]


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Can I Sell My House with Tenants in It

Posted by Shawn Simpson // June 5, 2019

Can I Sell My House with Tenants in It

Can I sell my house with tenants in it? Of course, you can. When you decide it’s time to sell your rental property, there are two main courses of action you can take as a landlord: Wait for the lease to expire before selling, or sell while your tenants are still living in the home. […]


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