The AmeriFirst Home Buyer Learning Center
The luxury home market continues to grow and attract potential home buyers everywhere. When looking for the perfect luxury home, buyers increase their expectations for higher levels of space, comfort and appeal. Satisfied luxury home owners divulge these three secrets to finding the perfect luxury home.
To start off, one has to know that a property asset management is simply a property management where one sees his property in more than just one simple context. So, instead of just owning and managing a real estate, property management would also include manufacturing, warehousing, retail services, development and research and the office space for a branch of a developing business. The whole point is to treat the real estate as a standalone enterprise in order to maximize its potential value, whatever the context. Having said that, take a look at the best practices concerning property asset management.Read More
If you believe the hype, the generation that's sitting between 18-30 years old right now is a generation like no other. They're called Millennials, and they're often seen as digital-focused renters with no interest in following the traditional "American Dream" path of home ownership. However, we found a 25 year old man who decided to throw of the shackles of stereotypes.Read More
When it comes to attracting reliable new tenants to lease your rental property, you have to think like a renter. For those who have champagne taste but a beer budget, there are plenty of budget-friendly upgrades that can make your place stand out from the crowd. Here are a few home improvement projects that can help you attract new tenants right away:Read More
Real estate investing isn’t easy. Usually, it takes a combination of skill, luck and, most importantly, automation. Beginners are often roped into the real estate business with pipe dreams of riches within the first 12 months. In reality, you will face a lot of challenges that will force you to rethink this business - often requiring you to think long-term (i.e. 20 years or more). Even seasoned professionals don’t always have perfect business systems in place to make their life easier. Here’s how to survive at any stage of the game.Read More