For investors looking to invest in the long run, multi-family homes are considered a steady source of income and the road towards finally attaining some form of financial independence. As with investing in any other property out there, multi-family properties comes with its fair share of challenges.
Currently, commercial as well as residential real estate is what’s feeding the economy of the US. Consumers in search of real estate must be wary of the economy because there’s never a guarantee, just lots of odds and possibilities. When looking into buying houses, ranches, farms or any sort of prop
Today, we're talking about how you are going to find the right deals, the cheap real estate that's on a sale right now and it comes along faster by every single day. You go out and find it, always remember that we are living in an organic real estate world nowadays. Shows that people are interested
Fixing & Flipping business is at its peak now a days, Basically in regards to flipping is like when an investor(A Real Estate Broker) invest or buy your any of your asset like your home, your business place usually at auction and then resale it within a giving specific time by clients on a profit b
Vineyard is the land where plantation of grapes seed on the field occurs, mainly for wine making, table grapes and grape juice. A vast area of land is specified for grapes plantation. To increase yield and make profit you need to know some important facts about plantation of grapes seeds,
Ranching, farming, Cowboys, these are all parts of the Wild West dreams. The only things missing are a Stetson Hat and a Lasso rope. But in all seriousness, ranching is a large business, employing thousands of people day in and day out and it is a back-breaking job not a lot of people can handle. Ma
Taking you back to those old Wild West movies, where that one lone cowboy garbed in a Stetson, vest, buckskin, spurs and cowboy boots, points his Smith & Wesson Model 3 at the opponent, ready to open fire…
Tiller is an unincorporated community in Douglas County, Oregon, United States. It is located on Route 227 Oregon and the Umpqua River South, in the Umpqua National Forest. Tiller was named before Aaron Tiller, who settled in the area. The Tiller post office was established in 1902. The 825 exchange
Dear Robert, I think you are one of the nicest people on the planet, and for sure the best realtor. Thank you for all your hard work, great advice, patience, and for sticking in there with me. You really went "above and beyond". The world is a better place with people like you in it and I feel really lucky to have crossed paths with you"
~ Jane Fisher
"We appreciated Tim's hard work. We had 2 different real estate companies prior to meeting you, over the time of a couple years they each brought us 1 prospective buyer. You in turn brought us numerous prospective buyers along with several offers, with a final close in under 2 years. We feel that you had a knowledge of where and how to market our business so it was marketed in the right places and to the right people. As you well know when the sale was finalized it was at our asking price with little or no haggling.
We appreciate the fact that you were available 7 days a week, and willing to show the business even on a Sunday with very little notice. Tim Thank you once again.
~ Pat and Jody Schatz
"We were referred to Jason a few years ago. We were looking for our dream rural property, however, competition was high and inventory was low. Jason found us a great starter home until the right property came along. He continued to keep looking for us; one day we received a phone call that he “thinks he found the one.” We drove out to that day, and we immediately knew Jason was right ~ This was the dream property we had been waiting for! Jason stayed on top of every detail, and we can't thank him enough for listening to all of our needs and wants and finding the perfect property for our family. His attention to detail, care for his customers, integrity, understanding of the market, and work ethic shined every step of the way!"
~ Ashley Lacer, MAI
Certified General Appraiser