florida real estate: Can You Make Millions in Real Estate? - 06/19/15 12:58 AM
Many of the richest people in the world started out in real estate.
What are some essential things you should know before jumping into real estate?
Understand that investing in any real estate market is always risk. The question you need to ask yourself prior to investing in real estate is "how much of a risk am I willing to take?". Knowing these key factors can lessen the risk.
Know how market timing works. This means research how market cycles work. Markets go up and down in different stages. You need to watch the market so you can determine when to get in … (1 comments)

florida real estate: What is the best real estate loan for you? - 06/14/15 02:00 AM

Mortgage brokers have access to hundreds of home loan programs. Whatever your circumstances, there is a home loan to suit you.
Home loan terms range from 30 to 50 years and some loans are interest only loans, meaning that you will only make interest payments each month and will never pay off the principle portion of your mortgage. Some loans have guaranteed fixed rates for the entire term of your mortgage. Other loans are Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARMs), meaning that your interest rate will adjust after a guaranteed rate period is over. Also, there might be a pre-payment penalty. This penalty … (0 comments)

florida real estate: Create your own buyers - 06/10/15 12:55 AM
Make some effort in fixing the home up. Get the lawn cut and maybe throw a coat of paint on the property. You'd be amazed at the improvement a simple coat of paint on the front of the property can do.
Create flyers and distribute them in and around parking lots, supermarkets, and local stores.
Market to communities of people that would make great prospects to buy your home. Go where the most and the best prospects are to buy your home, assuming it's a good deal(priced right and there's still built-in equity for your buyer).
If you have any contacts or a friend … (1 comments)

florida real estate: Advantages of listing with a REALTOR® on the Multiple Listing Service - 06/07/15 03:25 AM
When you choose to sell your home on your own, you want all the help you can get. Though you can save thousands by skipping the commission of a REALTOR®, you put yourself at a marketing disadvantage. That is why you need to get your property listed with a real estate professional on the multiple listing service (MLS) for REALTORS®.
A REALTOR® is a client advocate, a market expert and a power negotiator all wrapped up into one independent contractor. Because REALTORS® are usually solo practitioners, they wear many hats. They are sales people, but they are also marketing experts, social media managers … (1 comments)

florida real estate: Simple tips can help you market and sell your home. - 06/01/15 09:40 AM
Whatever the reason for selling, you’ll want to get the most out of the transaction.  Some simple tips can help you market and sell your home in the least amount of time, for the maximum value. 
1)    Depending on your area, there may be better/worse times to sell. Once you’ve decided to sell, utilize a full service real estate agent/brokerage.

If you are inclined to sell the home yourself, note that you will bear the responsibility for marketing your property, along with full legal disclosures, inspections, appraisals and the like. You should be very comfortable with real estate related documents, and … (3 comments)

florida real estate: Are you considering putting your Florida house up for sale? - 06/01/15 09:06 AM
To be really effective, you need to look at both the outside and the inside of your home. Here are some tips to get you started with the inside of your home:

1. De-clutter. This is one of the most important things you can do. It might be easier to think of de-cluttering like this – you’re moving anyway, so why not start packing now? Pack up everything you don’t need and store the boxes out of sight in the garage (or consider temporarily renting a small storage locker).

2. Organize your closets - put similar colors together, … (0 comments)

florida real estate: A New Resident's Guide to Living in Florida - The Sunshine State - 06/01/15 08:37 AM
Big tax breaks on property and personal income tax are some of the big bonuses to living in Florida.  Be sure to file for the Homestead Exception to see if you qualify for further cuts.  Unlike getting a driver's license, filing for the Homestead Exception, registering to vote, or filling out a declaration of domicile, will establish your residency in Florida. A driver's license will only establish your intent to reside in Florida.

Various permits, forms, and licenses are also necessary for boats, the use of beaches and coastal areas, docks, burning, vehicles and fishing.  These will often vary according … (2 comments)

florida real estate: The Flipside of Flipping Houses - 05/02/15 03:41 AM
Television programming and infomercials of all styles will have you believe that flipping houses is a fun and fascinating way to turn a serious profit in real estate. It is just that, though it is also so much more. There is a lot of money that can be made by flipping houses (buying homes in various states of neglect or disrepair, making the repairs, and then selling for a sizeable profit) by the right professionals. However, there is a massive amount of work that is actually involved in the process of making that money.
The sheer volume of work, the time consumption, … (1 comments)

florida real estate: Palm Beach Real Estate - 05/02/15 03:17 AM
Florida is without a doubt one of the hottest real estate markets in the world.  Over the years, it has noticed a lot of changes in it’s real estate market.  Florida has always been known for it’s pristine beaches and activities, making it perfect for a vacation home or a permanent home for anyone wanting to live close to one of the best cities in the world.
In the past, Southeast Florida was known to be a realtor’s dream of a real estate market with extremely explosive growth potential.  During the beginning of the year 2000, Florida noticed some high rises in … (0 comments)

florida real estate: Curb Appeal Matters When Selling Real Estate - 05/02/15 02:48 AM
First impressions matter most. This is one concept that many homeowners trying to sell their homes need to understand. Curb appeal is the first impression when it comes to a house. Sellers want those driving by to think of the place you are selling as their home. For this reason you should pay careful attention and spend some degree of time and effort making the outside of the home inviting and appealing to potential buyers.
One of the first things that people will notice is crumbling paint and bland or faded colors on the exterior. A clean and crisp paint job or … (3 comments)

florida real estate: First Time Home Buyer Discount - Find Yours Now - 05/02/15 01:01 AM
Is there a first time home buyer discount? There was a tax credit available for the first time home buyer, but it expired over the summer.  Other than that, various government agencies offer several options for the first time home buyer. Each has it's own rules and not everyone will qualify for every program.
Visit the websites for each program such as the V.A, FHA, Fannie May, and HUD. Find out what programs they have and which ones you qualify for. Do yourself a favor and carefully check out the requirements for each one before you download and fill out an … (1 comments)

florida real estate: Buying Your Dream Home - 05/02/15 12:44 AM
Even though it’s not easy for everyone to buy a home, it is in fact easier than ever to get a home these days with most lending agencies and banks being more liberal than ever with providing home loans and mortgages.  Even if you don’t have a lot of capital or a lot of money to put down, you can still get the home of your dreams at a very affordable price.
A lot of us think that buying a home is a tough process, needing a large down payment, although this isn’t always the case.  Buying a home largely depends on … (1 comments)

florida real estate: Knowing When Your Ready To Buy - 05/01/15 10:03 AM
All across the United States, there are millions of people looking to a buy home - either now or in the future.  Over the last few years, lower interest rates have come along, making it more affordable than ever to buy a home.  When most people stop and give it some thought - buying a home makes a lot more sense than renting a home or an apartment.
In order to buy a house, you’ll need to start saving your money and have enough for the closing costs and a down payment.  Your down payment will normally need to be around 20% … (2 comments)

florida real estate: Buying Unfinished Homes - 05/01/15 09:07 AM
Unfinished homes present a great way to save a lot of money and get yourself a new home in the process.  If you buy an unfinished home, you can keep your monthly mortgage payment low and also lower your initial investment.  You may also be able to buy a larger foundation size as well, which you can easily add on to and save money in the process.
Normally, unfinished starter homes leave the upstairs area unfinished.  The question here, is just how much equity you want to put into an unfinished area.  Sometimes though, an unfinished home may leave the roofing, framing, … (2 comments)

florida real estate: Buying Real Estate for Your Family - 05/01/15 08:59 AM
The very best and most enjoyable reason to purchase real estate by far is in buying a property in which your family will live and grow together. There is a lot of fun involved in finding the perfect place for you and your family to call home. There is also a great deal of stress involved as well and that should not be overlooked.
Some things to keep in mind when searching for the perfect property for your family are the following:
1) Make your first step the step of finding a realtor or buyer's agent that you are confident has your … (0 comments)

florida real estate: Does Moving Up Make Sense? - 04/23/15 06:20 AM
These questions will help you decide whether you’re ready for a home that’s larger or in a more desirable location. If you answer yes to most of the questions, it’s a sign that you may be ready to move.
1. Have you built substantial equity in your current home? Look at your annual mortgage statement or call your lender to find out. Usually, you don’t build up much equity in the first few years of your mortgage, as monthly payments are mostly interest, but if you’ve owned your home for five or more years, you may have significant, unrealized gains.
2. Has your … (0 comments)

florida real estate: Palm Beach Florida real estate (561) 705-7355 - 04/21/15 03:10 AM

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Victoria  Piroso (561) 705-7355, Victoria's Luxury Estates - office  (Victoria's Luxury Estates - real estate company)

Victoria Piroso (561) 705-7355

Victoria's Luxury Estates - office

Palm Beach, FL

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