Yet another interesting headline in the world of health and well-being. Wildlife Activists Plan Lawsuits To Protect Yellowstone Grizzlies
The Northern Cheyenne Tribe and The Humane Society are among the organizations that will sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to keep the iconic carnivore on the endangered species list.
Yet another interesting headline in the world of health and well-being. A Total Eclipse Will Sweep The U.S. In August, And People Are Going Nuts For It
NASA says a partial eclipse will be visible throughout the country. But within a “path of totality” from Oregon to South Carolina, an eclipse industry is booming.
I would like to get into real estate as an investor who stays in the background. Since I have never bought a home, I know that I qualify for an FHA loan, and can secure a very low down payment. Is there any way this can be leveraged, in such a way that an experienced real estate investor would want to do a deal with me?
Is there anything particular I might miss or mistake? Thanks
Will I actually be able to buy anything? How does this work?There’s absolutely nothing in this area that’s affordable. Do I just rent and live my life by renting?Will the prices ever come down?I’m sure there’s an FAQ that answers some of this, but I’m on mobile and unable to access it.
Hi Folks,I have placed an offer on a cottage property. The property legal description includes T/W RS##### (Together With) and S/T (Subject To) RS#####. Anybody have legal/realtor experience know if this is a bad thing? I know cottage country can be kind of sketchy at times. Also, due to a very short closing date, my lawyer cannot get the septic documents in time to ensure it was built with a permit. It is a 1985 build, wondering if it is risky to close the deal without the “Septic Use Permit” in my possession? (Ontario, Canada)Thanks for your replies..
Bought a house just under 2 years ago after renting for a few years. Considering selling the house and going back to renting for awhile in the same city. Advantages of selling would be 1) Can make a profit in the current market. 2) Increased flexibility 3) Fixed monthly expenses.Has anyone done this recently? How did you decide to sell? Did you regret going back to an apartment/townhouse lifestyle?I know this is a personal question and there is no formulaic answer, but I am interested in this community’s feedback.
Ive chosen to transition myself into a duplex with the current tenants still on the other side. Theyre on MTM agreement now, ill want to get them on a lease and hopefully raise rent by 40$/mo. How might I approach this diplomatically?The reason for the hike: I think the market can bear it, my insurance is higher than previous owner, and I would like to add trash collection.