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2 BED house with large garden and outbuildings, near Dobrich

House for sale in
Bulgaria - Dobrich

€ 12,990

2 BED house with large garden and outbuildings, near Dobrich

2 BED house with large garden and outbuildings, near Dobrich

KC Properties are pleased to offer you this charming house, with a large garden and outbuildings.

The property has a very convenient location – it is situated in the middle between two towns:

-20 km from Dobrich;

-30 km from Valchi dol

It is set in a small village with population of 100 people. The village is quiet and peaceful, with good access road.

The house was built in 1976 and has a total area of 70 sq.m. It consists of 3 rooms, 2 corridors and indoor bathroom/WC. There is also a cellar

There are 2 farm buildings; each of them is 60 sq.m.

The plot of land is 2150 sq.m. Part of it is an orchard garden with 55 plum trees.

The property has a new roof and needs some renovation and improvement works. It could turn into a lovely home for people who look for a quiet place away from the noise of the big cities.

Pay Monthly - Freehold home & Land 15 min Veliko Tarnovo

House for sale in
Bulgaria - Veliko Turnovo

€ 2,500

Pay Monthly - Freehold home & Land 15 min Veliko Tarnovo

£2,500 @ 200 per month - nr VT & Gorna * Bitcoin accepted *

£2,500 @ £200 per month - Freehold home and land

Buy-It-Now = 10% discount

Immediate transfer of rights and possession. No interest, clear the balance at any time without penalty.

Payment terms are flexible and tailored specifically for your personal budget (min. £200 p.m)

All Bulgariadirect properties are owned by Bulgariadirect - as the name suggests the sale is always direct. What you see is what you get.

Located in Pisarevo, Veliko Tarnovo region

1,220sqm REGULATED (Buildeable) LAND
Property Remains
STONE BASE - rebuild or reuse on another project pin the region?
Corner Plot - access from two streets

ONLY 19km from Bulgaria’s ancient Capital – VELIKO TURNOVO

ONLY 10km from Bulgaria’s main transport hub – GORNA ORYAHOVITSA

ONLY 6km from Gorna Airport

ONLY 14km from ARBANASSI

What you see is what you get - available today on Pay Monthly!

A viable, realistic sitting investment close to Gorna Airport and Veliko Tarnovo. Or, a ready source of stone from the base which could be re-built upon or removed to any other ongoing project you may have in the region - ie foundations or an amazing perimiter wall elsewhere. All at the same time leaving you with a good flat 1,220 sqm building plot in your ownership.

Please check all other adverts for properties this close to VT & Gorna and compare prices. Do not compare with the
100s of adverts showing sold properties which continually flood this site, only compare to real actual sale ads which are available now - in this very region.

Bulgariadirect, est. 2003, are pleased to offer an innovative and affordable new route to home ownership, without the stress and worry of conventional mortgages. A simple, secure and transparent solution offering freehold ownership, without tying up all your capital at once.

Where better to get away from it all? Bulgaria shelters you from rising inflation and offers you a superb climate and living costs averaging under 1/3 of the UK's.

Escape the hassle and stress of every day UK life, the ongoing uncertainty of Brexit and move to the world's best value, lowest living costs country. Owning property in Bulgaria is also a good first step towards re-claiming (EU) citizenship for UK nationals.

Did you know? Your annual council tax on this place comes to a whopping £18 per year, yes eighteen pounds! Can you afford that?

Where else but Bulgaria do you get so much property to the £? Getting in on the action has never been easier, this entire property is available today on affordable monthly installments.

Keys are ready, awaiting the new owner - rights and possession are transferred immediately upon paying the small deposit! Owning a home in the sun has never been easier.

More Bulgariadirect Pay Monthly Properties here: https://bit.ly/3lse850

3 BED 2 BATH maisonette, 146 sq.m., with large terrace

Apartment for sale in
Bulgaria - Burgas

€ 47,900

3 BED 2 BATH maisonette, 146 sq.m., with large terrace

3 BED 2 BATH maisonette, 146 sq.m., with large terrace and splendid sea views
We are pleased to offer you this 2 level apartment, situated in Nessebar View complex, offering magnificent panoramic views towards the sea and surrounding hills.

The property occupies 3rd and 4th floor and has a total area of 146 sq.m., comprising of:

- Level 1 - kitchen with living-room, 2 bedrooms, one bathroom;

- Level 2 - one bedroom, bathroom and large terrace;

The maisonette is partly furnished. There is an air-condition in every room.

The property offers unique location combining closeness to the sea and mountain, which is the reason for fresh and clean air.

The Complex

The residential complex is situated just 1,5 kilometers from Sunny Beach, on the road to Kosharitsa village.

Distance to the bus stop is 500 m.

Facilities
Several swimming-pools with children section
Stylish restaurant

Cafeteria

Parking
Reception

BBQ
Green areas
24-hour security

Annual maintenance fee – 1000 EUR

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Ways to Make Your Home Modernized on a Budget

If you’re like most people, you spend a lot of time in your home, especially during the colder months. Unfortunately, not everyone has an eye for design, so our houses don’t always keep up with the times. If you’ve ever watched a show about house flipping or browsed local listings, then you might have noticed your house looks a little outdated. While it’s common to believe that renovations and home improvement will be expensive, you can modernize your house on a budget. Here’s how. 

Check Your Exterior

Front doors that are chipped or peeling can make your home look old. Consider repainting your door a modern color or getting a new one altogether. You should also look at your windows and opt for hardwood or steel frames. If that’s not in your budget, you can repaint your windows with a modern shade, such as a soft gray or blue. 

You should also pressure wash the outside of your home to get rid of dirt and stains that can make for bad curb appeal. Pressure washing your house can give it a facelift and make it look brand new. 

Modernize Your Kitchen

If you don’t have the budget to renovate your entire house, consider just redoing the kitchen. The good news is you don’t have to start knocking down walls to make your kitchen look new. Instead, repaint your cabinets and replace the hardware and handles to make the heart of the home feel clean and fresh. 

Refacing your cabinets can also make your kitchen look more modern without replacing or adding new cabinetry. 

Focus on the Bathroom

Other than the kitchen, homebuyers will be looking at your master bathroom when determining whether or not to buy your home. Unfortunately, too many homeowners leave the bathroom for last when making improvements. Without a full renovation, you might feel like there’s not much you can change. Luckily, there are many ways you can modernize your bathroom without breaking the bank. 

The first thing you should do is deep clean your bathroom, especially the grout and tiles. Also, remove limescale and hard water stains from the tub, sink, and toilet. Next, you’ll need to replace accessories, including towels and shower curtains. 

Once your bathroom is completely clean, take a look at the walls. You might find they’re stained or the wallpaper is dated. If that’s the case, consider taking down your wallpaper and painting your bathroom walls a more modern color. Modern bathrooms are typically white with white or light-colored tile. Consider painting your cabinets a light gray and adding new handles. 

Get Rid of Clutter

Clutter can make your home feel outdated. Not only that, but it also gathers dust, which will make your entire home look much older than it is. Modern home design is all about minimizing clutter. 

If you’re not sure what to do to declutter your home, consider starting with the living room furnishings. Big, fluffy sofas might be comfortable, but they take up a lot of space in your home and don’t provide you with the modern, minimalistic feel. If possible, consider taking out the furniture you don’t use to give your living room the appearance of space. 

Paint Your Walls

If you painted your walls based on your preferences many years ago, then it’s time to repaint your entire home. While bright colors may have been trendy once upon a time, the modern look includes lighter, calming hues, such as grays, blues, and whites. You can also find modern wallpaper to add a feature wall to your living room. 

Remember, dark shades make a room feel smaller, but bright whites can make a room feel unwelcoming. You can choose from many neutral and soft tones to add warmth to your home while giving you the appearance of more space. 

Add a Home Office

Modern homes have home offices because more and more people are working from home. If your house doesn’t have a workspace, consider adding a minimalistic workspace you can fit anywhere in your home. By turning a spare bedroom into a home office, you show modern buyers there is a space for them to work without worrying about distractions. Don’t worry, though; you can still list your home to include the bedroom you’ve turned into an office. 

If your house doesn’t have room to spare, you can still set up a work-from-home workspace to show homebuyers they can still work from home if they purchase the house. Make sure the workspace doesn’t add clutter to the room, though. If possible, put the workspace in a corner with natural light. 

Upgrade the Lighting

Lighting can transform the feel of any room; it can make a room feel cold or outdated, or it can make a room feel cozy and relaxing. There are many different types of lighting available, including modern lamps or antiques that can make your house feel cozy even with a minimalistic interior design

Swap Out Your Bedding

Most bedrooms don’t require a renovation to modernize them. Instead, it’s how you design the room. Since your bed is the main piece of furniture in your room, it will often attract the most attention. 

Updating your bedding and pillows allows you to modernize the room without doing anything else, except for maybe adding a coat of paint. 

Depending on your style, you can choose from light quilts to big fluffy comforters that can add texture to even the most boring bedrooms. 

Modernizing Your Home

The most important thing when it comes to the design of your home should be whether or not you’re happy and comfortable in it. If you want to paint your walls red, feel free to go ahead. However, if you’re planning on selling your house soon, consider repainting and staging your house in a modern way that can attract new homeowners. 

Remember, your house may not be what everyone is looking for. Take feedback from buyers so you can learn what you can change in your home to make it more attractive. 

Matt Casadona

Matt Casadona has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with a concentration in Marketing and a minor in Psychology. Matt is passionate about marketing and business strategy and enjoys San Diego life, traveling, and music.

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Is Now The Time To Sell Your Home?

You may choose to sell your home for several reasons, from wanting to downsize to moving somewhere new for an adventure. No matter the reasons you’re thinking about selling, you must ask yourself if now is the right time for you. In this article, we’ll discuss several factors to consider to determine if now is the right time to sell your home. 

The Right Time to Sell Your Home

Deciding on the right time to sell your home isn’t easy. Homeowners have big decisions to make and many things to consider before they decide to list their homes. Many people have a gut feeling when it’s time to sell their homes, but here are other factors that might mean you’re ready. 

You Have a Plan 

Selling your house requires a plan, including where you’ll live after your house is sold. Many homeowners choose to start looking for homes where they want to live as soon as their house goes on the market, while others become renters after their homes are sold so they can continue to look for the right house for them. 

Having a plan means you’ll be prepared for anything, including lowering your asking price and the challenges that come with simultaneously buying and selling.

The House is in Good Shape

Before you can sell a house, you’ll need to ensure it’s in good enough condition to compete with the other homes on the market. If you’ve taken care of your home or recently fixed up your home, then now might be a good time to sell. However, if your home isn’t ready, there are minor projects you can take on, such as painting or easy lawn care, to ensure you ask for a fair price. 

It’s a Seller’s Market

As a homeowner, you know it’s best to sell during a seller’s market and purchase a house during a buyer’s market. When it’s a seller’s market, there are more buyers than sellers, which means buyers have to compete for the homes they want. Ultimately, if your house is the only one available for miles, you can expect buyers to engage in bidding wars, which means you could receive an offer for more than the asking price. 

Do your research if you believe the market has demonstrated that now is a good time to sell your home. Check to see what other similar houses in the area are selling for and how fast they’re selling to determine if now is the right time for you. 

You’re Financially Ready

If you’ve paid down your mortgage, then you have equity, but it’s also important to consider other areas of your financial health. For example, suppose you’re not in significant debt and you’re planning to purchase a home that’s less expensive than your current home. In that case, you’ll be putting yourself in a good financial situation to help you continue to save for retirement or use that money for other things. 

Before you decide to sell your house, make sure you can purchase another one and weigh your options. For example, you might be able to use the money you get from selling your home to buy another one. However, there might be time between those situations where you don’t own a house, which means you might have to rent a home until you officially buy another. 

You should also plan to put a down payment on your next home before yours has sold. While it can be beneficial to rely on the sale of your home for money to buy a new one, you can’t always predict how fast your home will sell. In most cases, it’s best to save up for a down payment and keep your financial and job situations healthy so you can qualify to buy a home with the money you have instead of relying on the money you will have once your current house sells. 

You’re Bored

Everyone needs a change of scenery now and again. If you’ve lived in the same house for years, it might be time for you to get out and experience a city or at least a new neighborhood. Change can be motivating and allow you to get a fresh start. There are several reasons why someone would want a change, including outgrowing their current home. 

You Got a New Job

If you’ve recently received a job offer for a great opportunity that’s farther away from your home, then it might be time to sell your house. Many people choose to move closer to their jobs to shorten the commute. Not only that, but a new job can be a great excuse to get out of your current home and move somewhere that has greater opportunities for everyone in the family, including a better school system for children. 

No Longer Emotionally Attached

Many people feel attached to their homes because it’s where they’ve lived for many years and built memories. However, many parents sell their homes after their children have grown up and moved away because they no longer feel as emotionally attached to the home. Once the house becomes empty, it can make people feel sad because they’re alone in a big, empty home that still contains a lot of stuff from their children. 

No longer feeling emotionally attached to your home gives you the freedom to easily sell your home because you won’t base your decisions on emotions. It also allows you to find a new home to build new memories. Downsizing to a smaller home doesn’t mean you’re letting go of any memories you made in your home. Instead, consider putting old items you want to keep into storage containers until you find space for them in a new home. 

You’ve Outgrown It

Many people outgrow their homes, especially if they bought their current house as a starter home. However, as your family grows and you adopt a few pets, your home can start to feel small. After all, growing families need more space. 

Final Thoughts

Any number of factors on this list might mean that now is a great time to sell your home. However, just because one or more of these factors applies to your current situation doesn’t mean now is the right time for you to sell. 

There are many things to consider, including your financial situation and emotional attachment to the home. Before you decide to sell your home, weigh the pros and cons of selling your home now. If you’re still unsure whether now is the right time, continue to do your research until you feel confident in your decision. 

Marné Amoguis

Marné Amoguis holds a B.A. in International Business from UC San Diego. She is a contributing writer at 365businesstips.com where she loves sharing her passion for digital marketing. Outside of writing, she loves traveling, playing music, and hiking.

Architect vs Real Estate Agent

Architect vs Real Estate Agent – who gains more?

If you are deciding your career and you like to know what’s the deal with architects vs real estate agents – maybe to decide whether you should be an agent now or study to become an architect than this article is for you.

Architects design buildings and carry a lot of responsibility – therefore one might think that an architect would gain more money. But this might not necessarily be the case. Of course, it depends on a few factors, such as the country you are working, how famous you are as an architect or how many social connections you have as an agent.

Who Gains More – The Architect or the Real Estate Agent?

Architects gain less on a house than real estate agents, and this is because they don’t get a commission on the sale of the house. They instead get paid by the hour or for their design.

Therefore, there is a sense of fairness in paying architects less than they would pay to an agent. Architects are rewarded for their creative skills that they put into the design of the house, whereas an agent may just be rewarded for negotiating skills.

In some cases, it might be that the architect gets as little as 1% of the house worth for his work whereas a real estate agent might get 3% or more to sell a property. Also, one house might be sold a few times over the years, giving more chances for agents to make money. If that’s the case it seems obvious that it is more profitable to be an agent rather than an architect.

You have to keep in mind though, that agents don’t sell all houses that they have on offer. This means they might be putting a lot of time and effort into some deals that will never give them anything in return.

Architect vs Real Estate Agent

An architect is the one who designs the building. They are responsible for the construction of buildings, buildings layouts, and more.

An agent is a person who sells real-estate property on behalf of the owner. They are also called property agents or estate agents. Their main job is to find clients and help them buy or sell their property.

Architects who are famous are more likely to make more money. They are the ones who design the big building, and they need to be paid for their expertise. On the other hand, real estate agents will always be needed in the process of selling and buying a property.

The Difficulty for Architects in Marketing Their Own Product

Architects face a lot of difficulty when marketing their own work. The architecture profession already suffers from low status and low pay, so it is increasingly difficult to get into marketing your work as well.

They must take on the role of artist, developer, manager, and marketer in order to market their work well. They must become a jack-of-all-trades in order to succeed in this industry.

What Are the Best Countries for Architects?

Architects are one of the most well-travelled professions in the world. They visit different countries for various reasons; such as to get inspiration, to network with other professionals, or even to find a better work environment.

While this is true for all architects, it is especially true for freelancers who have more flexibility in their schedule. Freelance architects often rely on connections with local firms abroad because they can’t afford to work without income for too long.

What is the Difference Between the Two Jobs?

Real estate agents are professionals who are responsible for the sale of properties. They market the property, show it to prospective buyers and negotiate the price of the property.

Architects are professionally trained in disciplines like design, construction, and engineering. They take up careers in building construction and design.

If you work as a real estate agent you would interact with clients on a daily basis who want to buy or sell their house or land. It is possible to work as an agent without any formal education. Although most people prefer experience over qualifications which is why it’s always better to start by working at another agency before branching out on your own.

Architects usually have graduate degrees in architecture from accredited schools/universities that take three years or more to complete.

Conclusion

Do real estate agents make more money than architects? Yes! While architects need to go to university and carry a lot of responsibility, real estate agents don’t need to go to university, and they make more money with less responsibility.

Real Estate Investment

How to Start a Real Estate Investment Firm

Real estate investment is a great way to make a passive income with a lot of potential. But what should you do before starting your own business?

There are a few things that you should know before you start your own real estate investment firm. The first thing that you need to know is what kind of business model do you want to use? Do you want to work with investors as an information broker or as an investor yourself? If this is something that appeals to you, then it is important for you to understand the risks associated with both options.

The Current State of the Real Estate Industry

The real estate industry has been a longstanding and profitable industry that has been around for decades. The market has shifted over the years where more and more people are going to real estate investment firms to buy property because of their low capital requirements as well as the profitability of the trade.

Might sound like an oxymoron but a lot of people want to be a “real-estate agent” these days. They want to be an authority on all things real-estate, but what they don’t know is that there are many other ways for them to invest in the field without being an agent.

How does One Determine if they have Enough Funds or Credit Scores to Start an Investment Firm?

A strong investor with a successful track record is not the only requirement to start an investment firm. They also need to have enough funds or credit scores that are relevant for the type of investment they are starting.

There are many factors that one needs to take into account when considering investing in an investment start-up. One of the most important ones is your credit score and your ability to borrow funds for investment start-ups.

Introduction of Potential Investors in Your Real Estate Business Venture

The first step in getting potential investors is to have a plan. You need to write down all the risks, the benefits, what will the company look like after it’s been funded – basically everything that can go wrong and what could go right.

The next step is to find people who are interested in your project. This typically involves networking or reaching out on social media.

The third step is to create a pitch deck for potential investors who are thoroughly interested. A pitch deck typically includes financial information about your business, information about the team running it, and other important details about your company’s future goals.

Networking Strategies for Successful Real Estate Investors

Finding a network of people with the same interests and goals is one of the most important steps in becoming a successful real estate investor.

Networking is a broad term that means connecting with others to share knowledge, skills, and expertise. There are many different networking strategies for entrepreneurs who want to make connections with others in their field. In order to create successful connections, you need to be remarkably genuine and offer something of value in your interactions.

In addition, there are many ways for entrepreneurs to get started when it comes to networking. For example, you can go out and attend events that will allow you the opportunity to meet new people and potentially find potential connections in your field. You can also use sites like LinkedIn or Facebook groups for this purpose as well.

What are The Different Types of Property You can Invest In?

Owning property is an exciting prospect, but can also be daunting. There are many different types of property you can invest in, and the price ranges vary widely. To make it easier for you to narrow down your options, here are some of the most common.

There are four main kinds of properties that you can invest in: residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural properties. Residential properties are the most common type of property for people to buy because they require less work than other types when it comes to upkeep and they already come equipped with things like plumbing and electricity for your convenience. You may want to look for apartment blocks for sale.

Financing Your Investment Properties

Investing in property is not always the safest way to make money. However, it does offer a lot of investment opportunities and can be a great way to grow your wealth over time.

One of the most popular ways for investors to finance their properties is by taking out a loan from their bank. This option offers the simplicity of being able to get approved for up to 95% LTV on purchase or refinance transactions. The downside, however, is that you are not only securing your own house but also any other investments you have.

There are also many private lenders who offer financing options for real estate investors who have good credit scores and cash reserves set aside for their own down payment. As with any other investment opportunity, there are risks involved with private lending.

What Helps You Succeed as a Real Estate Investor?

It’s important to know that investing in real estate is not always an easy task. There are many ways to lose money and there are also many ways to make it. If you want to be successful as an investor, then the following tips will help you.

1. Do Your Research

Develop a game plan before you purchase your first property so that you’ll know exactly what you should buy and how much it will cost. You’ll also need to decide if you want the property for rental, flipping or long-term hold so that you can find the right place for your investment strategy.

2. Get Creative with Your Finances

It’s important that real estate investors have enough capital because their money is their most valuable asset in this business – they need enough of it to cover all ongoing expenses.

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Renter-Friendly Design Tips for Your Dream Home

Living in an apartment or another type of rental comes with conveniences and inconveniences. While you have on-call maintenance that can come to fix your appliances whenever they break and many amenities are included in the cost of rent, you can’t always design your apartment like you want to. 

It can be difficult to make a rental feel like your home when you can’t make too many changes to it. However, there are plenty of ways you can make your apartment or rented home feel like it’s yours without risking your deposit. 

Add Your Own Built-Ins

Some luxury apartments come with built-in shelves you can use for anything from books to trinkets. However, most apartments don’t. If you have bookshelves you put in storage because you thought your space would be too small, it’s time to find moving companies that can help you get them inside your apartment. These bookshelves can also be used to separate rooms for more defined spaces. 

When looking for the right bookshelves, make sure you find tall ones that will almost reach the ceiling. Also, they shouldn’t be able to be easily knocked down. While you won’t be able to nail your bookshelves to the walls to ensure they won’t fall you can use command strips on your walls to give your bookshelves a little more strength. 

Change Your Wall Color

Most apartments come with plain, white walls. While you might want to keep some of those walls the way they are, most people want to add a pop of color or design to their walls to make their rental feel like home. Some landlords allow you to paint as long as you paint the walls back when you move out. Other landlords don’t let you paint at all, and you can risk breaking your lease if they find out you’ve made any change to your walls. 

Instead of risking your relationship with your landlord or having to paint your walls again when you move out, consider getting peel and stick wallpaper. You can find the wallpaper in a variety of colors and designs so you can make any wall a feature wall. The best part about peel-and-stick wallpaper is that it easily comes off and doesn’t damage the paint. 

Update Light Fixtures

You won’t be able to do any construction to your rental, such as adding lights to the ceiling, but you can bring your light fixtures to make your lighting unique. Make sure you purchase lamps that match your style so you can make your place feel more like home. 

Luckily, many rentals don’t come with many light fixtures. You may find one in the dining area, kitchen, and bathroom, but you can do whatever you want with the living room and bedroom.

Get Curtains

Some landlords won’t allow you to take down your blinds because they want their property to look at a certain way from the outside. However, they may allow you to put up curtains as long as the side facing outside is white. The good news is you can find curtains that have a design or color on one side and are white on the other. While your home may not look like yours from the outside, it will as soon as you step inside. 

Add Mirrors

Use one large mirror to make any small space feel larger. Mirrors work best in living rooms, but they can be added just about anywhere to give your home more dimension. 

Purchase a New Mattress and Linens

While you may be renting your home, it doesn’t mean you cannot find ways to make it feel like your personal space. By purchasing a new mattress that molds best to your body, you can feel more relaxed and comfortable in your space. Take it a step further by replacing old, boring comforters and linens with those that match your unique design aesthetic. 

Get New Furniture

Your furniture is one thing you have absolute control over when you’re a renter, so make sure you get furniture that matches and is comfortable. If you can’t add any paint to your walls, you can still put color throughout your home by getting sofas with a pop of color or blankets and throw pillows that make your space feel like yours. 

Learn How to Camouflage 

Your apartment may come with eyesores that can be quite annoying, such as small cracks in the paint or ugly light switches. You can learn to camouflage these ugly aspects of your home. For example, you can touch up any paint that’s cracked or peeling by telling your landlord about it and asking what color the paint should be. Many landlords will be happy to tell you since it means one less crack in the paint to fix when you finally move out. 

An ugly light switch can be decorated with peel and stick wall decals, while ugly tile and carpet can be covered up with beautiful rugs.

Add Art

If you don’t have any wall decals, but you do want to hang some art, check your lease. Most landlords won’t allow you to put holes in the walls, but some might, depending on the number of holes. You can also use command strips to hang your art, which won’t peel off the paint and can hold different weights, depending on which strips you buy. 

If, for some reason, you absolutely must put a hole in your wall, make sure you fill that hole when you move out so you won’t be charged for any “repairs.”

Divide Spaces

Many rentals are just one open space, making decorating difficult. However, you can divide the space by grouping your furniture well. For example, if you have a large living room but no dining room, you can put one sofa between the two spaces to give you a more defined living area. Then, you can add a small dining table to break up the spaces even more. 

Your rental space comes with a few sets of rules, so make sure you never make any design decisions that can impact whether or not you get your deposit back. Luckily, most of the ways you design your apartment depends on your creativity. 

Marné Amoguis

Marné Amoguis holds a B.A. in International Business from UC San Diego. She is a contributing writer at 365businesstips.com where she loves sharing her passion for digital marketing. Outside of writing, she loves traveling, playing music, and hiking.

Buy An Apartment In Turkey

Discover How to Buy An Apartment In Turkey

Turkey is a dream location for people from various countries. Some of its attractions include the remarkable culture, history, climate, and nature. The real estate industry attracts significant investment in the country and is among the fastest-growing. There are various investment areas including Istanbul, Bodrum, Antalya, Trabzon, and Bursa. Let’s dig deeper into how you can buy an apartment in Turkey.

Apartment buying process

Turkey is the 37th largest country in the world. It has thousands of destinations for real estate developers. For anyone looking forward to investing here, there are a few things to keep in mind. The bigger cities in the western part of the country are the most attractive to foreign real estate investors. Some of the most prominent real estate locations include Istanbul, the coast of the Mediterranean, and the Aegean region.

Preparing your budget is the first thing to do when looking forward to buying property in Turkey. Afterward, you have to find a suitable location with properties that match your preferences and budget. An apartment in Istanbul is suitable for those who enjoy vibrant city life. Bodrum and Bursa are ideal for those who want to escape from the daily hustle and bustle of the city.

Buying an apartment in Istanbul

You can find apartments for sale in Istanbul  in various neighborhoods. The city is a combination of rich history and culture. It links Europe and Asia. About 15 million people live in this city and it is the 20th city in the world to attract the most visitors. Investing in an apartment here is the best way to enjoy city life with friendly people, low living costs, and beautiful scenery.

Investors in real estate have various properties to choose from including:

  • Apartments
  • Sea views
  • Luxury homes
  • First view villas

These come at a reasonable price and offer investors a high return on their investment. With such incentives, the real estate market in the city is very appealing to foreign investors.

Buying an apartment in Antalya

Away from Istanbul, this is the second city in Turkey that receives the most visitors. Antalya is filled with beautiful beaches and resorts. The real estate market here is very appealing to investors from all over the world. This vibrant city is full of world-class hotels, endless dining options, immense hospitality, and an active nightlife.

Antalya is a great shopping destination with some of the best shopping centers in the country. Here, people indulge in shopping international and local brands in the weekly markets and shopping malls. The best beaches in Turkey namely Lara Beach and Konyalti Beach are in Antalya.

Buying an apartment in Bursa

Located in the northern part of the country, Bursa is a great real estate investment location for investors from the Middle East. This is because of the similarity in culture. Some of the local attractions here include:

  • Ulu Mosque
  • Uludag Mountain
  • Green Mosque

Real estate here is affordable with the potential to make good money from holidaymakers for long and short-stay rentals. Bursa has properties constructed with the latest designs and technologies. This city has recent developments and all its infrastructures are well maintained. Some of the amenities that make life here easier and better include health care, education, and transport.

Bodrum

This city is another hotbed for real estate investment in Turkey. Properties here come with a modern transport system, local attractions, beautiful architecture, and sparkling nightlife. One of the most significant attractions for foreign investors in Bodrum is the ease of communication. Locals here speak mainly English to eliminate the problem of the language barrier that might exist in some locations.

Understanding foreign ownership of property in Turkey

The government of Turkey allows foreign investors to buy apartments without restrictions. Some of the top foreign investors in Turkish real estate are from Iran, the USA, the UK, Iraq, Russia, China, and Saudi Arabia. The government’s decision to grant Turkish citizenship to real estate investors who commit about $250,000 has attracted various foreign investors.

Another significant factor that has attracted foreign investment in the real estate sector is the immense development in various sectors including transport, health, and entertainment. This has made real estate prices go up making investing in the sector highly profitable.

Buying an apartment in Turkey is one of the best decisions to make for any smart real estate investor. This country has various beautiful locations backed by a rich culture and a wonderful natural environment. Istanbul is among the most lucrative locations where to buy an apartment with the potential to make a high return on your investment.

Author: Eernesto T Felder

Are you interested to buy an apartment in Turkey for less than 50k? Check out our latest listings!

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8 Perks That Come With Buying A Home

Buying a home requires spending on upfront costs. However, various long-term perks might not always be obvious. Apart from getting a home, buying a home builds equity, plan housing payments, and other perks as you’re about to discover below.

Stabilized housing costs

Investing in buying a home comes with various upfront expenses such as the down payment and closing fees. You also have to budget for ongoing maintenance down the road. However, homeownership becomes consistent with a fixed-rate loan for paying your monthly mortgage.

Although homeowner insurance and property taxes increase with time, the housing payments are usually stable throughout the year. Keep in mind that the price of renting keeps on increasing whenever you renew the lease or go into a new apartment.

Growing investment

General home prices grow over time although this can depend on local real estate trends. The appreciating value is a major benefit of considering homes for sale in Wareham Ma. The appreciation value for a home in 25 years is an average of 3.9 percent annually according to Black Knight.

The value of homes varies widely across the US and it fluctuates in some places more than in others. However, you can use a price calculator to predict the current value of the home according to the purchase price and closing date.

Tax benefits

You benefit from some taxes when you own a home. These include capital gains tax and mortgage interest deductions that help save you a tremendous amount annually. There’s also a chance to deduct money you paid for mortgage insurance premiums on the federal income tax returns.

Additionally, there’s a chance to deduct property tax payments, sales taxes, and local income taxes paid to the local government and state. For those who make a profit on selling their home, you might get exempted from paying taxes on your earnings. However, you’ll need proof that you have occupied the home for about two to five years before you sell it.

Building equity

The home’s equity makes up a portion of the property that you own. Determining this is by subtracting the mortgage balance from the market value of the home.

You can build equity by making monthly mortgage payments and tracking the appreciation of your home over time. When you sell your home, you receive equity in the form of cash. Alternatively, renters don’t recoup any housing expenses spent while occupying the house.

Source of earnings

Another wonderful benefit of buying a home is a chance to tap into the equity to finance improving your home or paying off personal loans. Having such options allows borrowing money and using your home as security. Although it puts your home at risk in case you default on payment, the options are more affordable than some alternatives to get money.

Building credit

Getting a mortgage has a positive impact on your credit score. This is very good for your financial health. Monthly timely payments help boost your credit scores. And, having a mortgage helps diversify the credit mix while increasing your credit history.

Using credit also lowers your loan balance to positively impact your credit scores. On the flip side, late payments hurt your credit and a fault leads to a foreclosure putting your credit score in jeopardy. The rule of thumb is to prioritize timely payments for your home mortgage. This allows building credit over time to finance future purchases favorably.

Allows personalization

Another benefit of owning a home is having complete control regarding how you want it to look. You just have to abide by local regulations regarding home renovations and improvements. Doing this allows owning a home that matches your taste and preferences.

When you rent, your landlord is the one with authority over renovating the property. However, when the home is yours, nothing can stop you from working on it to become your dream home. You have the freedom to invest in renovations that boost the value of your home.

Living security

When renting, your stability in the property depends on the landlord’s decision. You might wake up one day and the landlord wants to give out the property to another tenant.

Keep in mind that shifting is expensive, inconvenient, and quite emotional when you have to shift at short notice. If you bought the home, you will always sleep soundly without anyone having to give orders regarding the property.

There’s no hesitation to invest in a home today. There are various properties to buy in Wareham Ma. You just have to find a reputable real estate agent to guide you through the whole process. Owning a home comes with various perks including boosting your credit, securing a home for your family, and enjoying tax benefits.

Author: Eernesto T Felder

Are you interested in buying a home for less than 50k? Check out our latest listings!

3D-Images

3D Images – How They Can Help Sell Your Home

The Idea Behind Using 3D Images

3D images are used in a variety of industries but they are especially common in the entertainment industry. This is because 3D images add another level of realism to the experience and make the viewer feel like they are present in the scene.

3D images captured in 3D photography are not only conducive to the needs of the client, but also have a greater effect on the prospective buyer.

It can be viewed so that buyers can get a sense of feel at home.

How You Can Make Your Home Look More Appealing to Buyers

The real estate industry has been using 3D rendering to create photorealistic images of homes for a long time now. The sales of virtual staging software and services is on the rise as it saves the seller from costly home makeovers and repairs.

Virtual staging refers to presenting a property virtually, through either a 3D model or photo-realistic renders. It’s an affordable and timely alternative to physically staging your home for sale, which can involve expensive makeover jobs and extensive repairs. It doesn’t matter if you are selling a flat, house or apartment block, a 3D image can perfectly present what it can look like in the future.

Why You Should Consider Investing in Professional 3D Visuals

Professional 3D visuals for your real estate agency can make a world of difference in your online presence. It will make the process of staging and marketing the property much easier, attracting more potential buyers.

3D visuals can help you to showcase a property in a way that 2D photography cannot. They allow viewers to better see the scale and scope of a space, as well as any features that might be difficult to identify from afar. The immersive nature of 3D visualizations makes them perfect for showings and tours, letting viewers explore even the smallest details of a space with ease.

What are the 3 Major Benefits of Using 3D Imaging in Real Estate Marketing?

In this article, we will find out what are the 4 major benefits of using 3D imaging in real estate marketing.

1. It’s a low-cost solution. 3D technology is well established in the industry. It is a well-understood technology which costs less than other technologies.

2. It can offer a window into space. 3D models allow for a more immersive experience with a sense of depth and scale, giving viewers an idea for what to expect before they visit the property in person.

3. It can generate higher engagement rates. By making properties feel more real, 3D images can elicit stronger emotional reactions from viewers. It entice them to take action such as scheduling an appointment or visiting an open house.

Conclusion: how 3d images can help sell your real estate

There are three ways in which 3D images can help sell your house faster.

The first way is that 3D images are much more realistic than the 2D images present in websites. The second way is that they give prospective buyers a better idea of what their house will look like in your neighbourhood. The last way is that it helps prospective buyers to see the different options available, which increases the probability of them making a purchase decision because they can get an idea about what other homes in your area look like.

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7 Interesting Realities of Real Estate Marketing in 2021

Marketing is continuously evolving. Like all businesses, the real estate industry must keep up with technological advances and consumer behavior. Traditional listings and having a website are no longer enough to compete. Instead, your marketing should evolve with the changing needs of consumers to embrace all channels and technology that finds potential buyers. Here are some interesting realities of real estate marketing in 2021. 

1. High Competition 

With so many realtors, finding buyers and sellers can be difficult without leveraging the right digital channels. Depending on whether the environment is a seller’s market or a buyer’s market, you can expect competition, which can affect your marketing campaigns. Seasonal competition can make reaching the right audience more difficult as more people are buying and selling their homes in the warmer months. 

2. Low Inventory

With fewer houses on the market in 2021, realtors will need to compete to help buyers find the right homes for them while selling homes on the market for more to make up their commissions. 

New agents will find it challenging to find sellers, while their lack of experience makes them less attractive to homeowners who want to profit from selling their homes. 

3. Time-consuming Processes

Buying a new home is a time-consuming process that requires proper planning. When marketing a real estate company, experts need to understand making a sale is time-consuming, so their marketing strategy should focus on the buyer’s journey. 

4. Unrealistic Buyer Expectations

Like selling, buying a home is time-consuming, and the people who buy homes usually don’t plan to become repeat buyers. Instead of trying to find ways for clients to continue buying homes from you (since many won’t), marketing teams should focus on how they can obtain new clients. Marketing should become a resource or tool for clients and potential clients so realtors can stay in front of their audience and prove they are a valuable source of information. 

When it comes to marketing a real estate business, you need to keep your clients’ expectations realistic through marketing efforts. You can do this by providing resources that outline how clients can figure out how much they can afford and their monthly costs on a particular home. 

5. Market Research

The real estate market is highly flexible. With valuable analytics, market research allows companies to survive fluctuations. Market research can help you understand the types of individuals interested in buying homes at a particular time, letting you know whether or not your marketing campaigns should target first-time homebuyers or other types of investors

A real estate marketing team should invest in real estate market research so they can prepare for dips and rises in the market. You can do market research in-house with a market researcher or work with a third-party advisor.

6. Targeting the Right Audience

A successful advertising campaign will tap and target the right audience. For example, realtors wouldn’t want to spend money on campaigns that don’t reach people interested in buying or selling their homes. 

By targeting the right audience, real estate professionals can grow their potential reach. 

7. Keeping Up With Trends

Real estate agencies deal with shifting trends and fluctuations. The best way to compete with others in the industry is to stay ahead of the current real estate trends. Trends such as the use of social media, apps, and more can help you beat your competition. 

Marketing Strategies for Real Estate Professionals 

Real estate marketing is challenging even for the most experienced marketers. Whether you have a marketing department in-house or are doing everything yourself, here are a few strategies real estate professionals can use to take their marketing to the next level:

Live Videos

Live video on social media is important for every industry. The most popular live streaming is Facebook Live, but it’s becoming increasingly more popular on Instagram, Twitter, and even LinkedIn. Live videos allow realtors to engage with their audience in real-time, which can result in more qualified leads and followers on social media channels. 

Real estate professionals can use live video on social media for:

  • Video tours
  • Q&As
  • DIY tips
  • News
  • Webinars

Drones

Drones allow realtors to create better content to share and are ideal for covering luxury properties and estates. They can also show the house for sale and its property from above by creating aerial videos of the entire neighborhoods to attract homebuyers. 

Virtual Staging

Staging a home encourages buyers to picture themselves living in the home. The right staging can give the home a personality that appeals to the masses. Not to mention, empty homes don’t look good in photos, videos, or real life.

Instead, realtors can present homes that are perfectly furnished. Luckily, modern software makes it easy to virtually stage a home without renting furniture or hiring a staging company. 

Virtual Real Estate Agents

With more people from all industries working remotely, realtors are no exception. Virtual brokers are one of the newest disruptive real estate trends. Several services can save time and cut costs for both realtors and buyers. 

When individuals work with a virtual broker, they must research them and their reputation to know you’re working with a legit company. According to Shareable for Hires, you can run a professional license background check to make sure they are licensed to operate in your state. 

Microsites

One strategy many realtors can choose to market their listings is to build microsites for luxury homes. These websites can help generate leads and allow agents control over the types of content they want to share on their website and social media pages. This also helps them avoid sharing commissions. 

Final Thoughts

Real estate fluctuates more than most industries, which means marketing campaigns need to be planned ahead of time so they can explore what will happen when things change. For example, in a seller’s market, marketing campaigns should be geared toward obtaining clients looking to sell their homes rather than buyers who might not be able to afford to purchase a home. By understanding your target audience and staying up to date on current consumer behavior, you can develop marketing campaigns that succeed. 

Matt Casadona

Matt Casadona has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with a concentration in Marketing and a minor in Psychology. He is passionate about marketing and business strategy and enjoys San Diego life, traveling, and music.