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Investing in Myrtle Beach condos for sale is a worthwhile rental asset. However, you need to identify a good property manager to run your investment. Finding the right manager for the job can make all the difference between earning a good return on your investment and grappling with stunted growth. Whether you have a single property or a number of rentals, your property ought to earn you a good return.  Certainly, identifying a good property manager can be more than overwhelming especially if you ... read more
If you are an astute business person, you will know that investing in oceanfront houses has the potential to bring in good returns. Moreover, you can make good returns from your initial investment due to higher appreciation. For these reasons, quite a number of real estate investors are openly showing an interest in the Myrtle Beach real estate industry.  Certainly, investing in real estate can give you a constant income, especially if you are careful to choose the right places. On the other hand, pickin... read more
For a first time buyer, the thought of owning a home can be an exciting prospect. You should be even more excited knowing that you can get incentives to own a home as a first time buyer. Incentives such as tax credits and grants can make your first home more affordable. For example, you could earn about $3000 in discounts if you can just prove that you are good at making financial savings. Unfortunately, not everyone can qualify for such incentives. If you are a first time buyer, you might want to know wheth... read more
  The rising mortgage interest rate is a great concern to many prospective homeowners. As at December 2016, the average interest rate for a 30-year fixed mortgage in the US rose from 4.13% to 4.16%. This meant that buyers would be paying more, in comparison to previous years. Luckily, the interest rates have not surpassed the 5% mark, as was the case in the early 90s. Potential homebuyers should therefore not panic about the current trends, as the interest projections look good for them. What is ha... read more
As a homeowner, you may be wondering how you can lower your insurance premiums. This article discusses the top 12 ways of achieving a lower cost of insurance premiums. 1. Increase your deductible   Raising your deductibles can cause an immediate impact on increased savings on your premiums. Recently, most insurance firms advise having a deductible starting around $500. If they offer it, try doubling your deductible to about $1,000 or more, you are most likely to save more than 25%.   2. Take some t... read more


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