Tuesday, December 1, 2020 / by Alexa Castellanos
If you’ve recently moved to Miami, you’re probably itching to meet your neighbors and start feeling at home in your new community. While we can’t drop off fresh cookies at the neighbor’s house or wait in line at the DMV for you, we’ve put together this list of local resources to help you find everything you need to settle into your new Miami home.
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Thursday, November 12, 2020 / by Alexa Castellanos
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Home Offices: Should You Buy, Build or Work With What You Have?
If you run a home-based business, it’s important to have a dedicated office area that can be used solely for work-related matters — whether you choose to buy a new house with more space for your business, build onto your existing home, or convert a spare room into an office. For some tips on deciding which option is right for you and the needs of your business, read on!
Buying a New Home
Whether you’re out of spare rooms and living space, don’t have the time, money, or patience to renovate your existing house, or you’d like to relocate to a specific city or neighborhood that’s better fit for your business demographics, it may be time to buy a new home that meets your personal and professional needs. The team at Julie’s Realty can help you to find a property in your desired location and price range — but the ...
Wednesday, March 18, 2020 / by Suyapa Sauceda
Investing in a home to use as a vacation rental is an excellent move. Especially in Miami, the property market is booming for landlords — the tourist attractions are a highlight. But there are things potential buyers need to know about finding the perfect property to buy and market.
Have a Marketing Strategy in Mind
Although plenty of Miami properties practically rent themselves, someone must manage the everyday details. From sourcing tenants to promoting vacancies during low times, you may not be able to do it all alone. Using a vacation rental management company can be a smart move both for saving money and preserving your time. An ideal agency such as Turnkey will handle cleanings, bookings, and 24/7 support for your visitors. Not only does this help keep your involvement relaxed, but it also means a better experience for (and feedback from) your guests. Of course, a rental management company also understands and applies local laws — including limits on short-ter ...
Monday, December 30, 2019 / by Suyapa Sauceda
Owning a rental property is a big responsibility, whether it’s for vacationers or long-term tenants, and it comes with a lot to think about throughout the year. One major concern for most rental property owners is how to keep the area safe and secure. Many investors far away from the homes they rent out, and it can be tricky to figure out how to ensure everything is under control. Fortunately, there are simple ways to keep an eye on things even when you’re not around; advances in tech have made it easier than ever to maintain a property from afar.
Even if you’re on a budget, you can invest in security management systems that allow you to keep your property — and your renters — safe throughout the year. Not only that, but there are also several tactics you can utilize that will help to deter burglars and prevent fires and other disasters. Some of these, such as reinforcing locks and installing smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in each room, are e ...
Wednesday, November 13, 2019 / by Suyapa Sauceda
Before you apply for a mortgage, make sure you’re in a good position to qualify for the best loan possible. Check and improve your credit, compare lenders, get preapproved and make a plan for your down payment and closing costs.
1. Check and improve your credit report. Lenders will check your credit report, so you want to identify and fix problems with your credit report before you apply.
Order a free copy of your credit report from each of the three credit bureaus at AnnualCreditReport.com. Your report will list your borrowing history, including any negative marks. You can pay extra to access your credit score with your report. Alternatively, some websites, banks and credit card issuers give customers free credit score access.
Check your report for errors and contact the credit bureau if you find any. You can take steps to improve your credit score, such as always making your monthly payments on time and paying down your balances.
Although impr ...