Don’t have money to buy Vancouver real estate on your home?
Is it possible to buy homes with others?
Is it beneficial to enter into real estate joint ventures?
Are you finding the Vancouver real estate market too expensive? You’ve probably heard of others getting into the market by partnering up with others, haven’t you? Is it risky? What’s involved?
How would you know if you found a good Realtor?
How do I go about finding a good Realtor?
Question: What are the qualities of a good Realtor?
Answer: The first thing is I’d ask around. I ask for referrals from those around me. Chances are is that if my friend had a good experience with that Realtor, there’s a good chance that I’ll have a good experience with that Realtor.
The Media Has Talked About It For Months
Is There A Vancouver Real Estate Bubble?
What Are The Economic Factors Behind It?
Why Have The Prices Gone Up So Much?
There are a number of factors that speak to where the Vancouver Real Estate Market is going. Some say it’s overpriced, some say it’s unsustainable, some say there’s a bubble.
You’ve Heard Of The Zero Money Down Real Estate Investing?
Does The Word JV or Joint Venture Comes To Mind?
How Does It Work?
How Do I Find The Investors To Partner Up?
There’s a great book out there, “Money, People, Deal” by Stefan Aarnio. Basically it says that if you have 2 of the 3 (Money, People, Deal), the 3rd one will come.
Is It Decluttering?
Is It Depersonalization?
What About Staging?
How About Curb Appeal?
Is it just one of them? NO.
To be fair, it’s a combination of them.
Tried, Tested and True. These are the most classic ways to sell your home for top dollar.
Decluttering: ever walked into a cluttered house, the owners are hoarders and you are just overwhelmed by the amount of STUFF they have.