Caring for your Home Can Increase its Value & Its Lifespan Owning a home can be one of the most rewarding and the most demanding positions to be in. While you are investing in your very own property as opposed to a landlord’s, you also want to get as much as you can out of your home while residing in the property. Additionally, you want to be mindful of how
Your Real Estate Ownership Rights Owning a home comes with a lot of external variables. Some are good, while some can be seen as a burden by others. Taxes for example are a necessary external burden, I am sure we can all agree on that. Ownership rights, however, can be seen as a plus. Estates and tenancies are just that, your ownership rights or the extent of interest an individual
Personal Property VS Real Estate Property Anything that can be legally owned can be called property. When dealing with property in legal or taxation terms, there are important distinctions as to the nature of the property. Any property can be categorized into one of two main types: Personal Property Real Property There are current property laws that relate specifically to real estate, while others relate to personal property. Additionally, there
What it means to you? Owning your own piece of real estate is most American’s dream. At least that’s a starter dream, in the end, the sky is the limit. However, once you reach your home ownership goals, you’ll need to know what those assets mean to you. While most people tend to use real estate and real property interchangeably, land, real estate and real property all have their different
Non-Freehold or Leasehold Estates Estates and tenancies could probably be one of the most important things you could learn about the true ownership rights you have over your property. Estates and Tenancies dictate whether you’re a tenant or landlord by fee simple means. What is “Fee Simple” you ask? Lucky for you, we’ve already covered this segment in an article we titled “Estates & Tenancies, Your Real Estate Ownership Rights”.