Read some of our recent articles that are written by the Ryan's Buying staff.
The probate process can be an unwanted burden in an already difficult time of life. Knowing a little bit about the process of selling a probate house before you begin may help ease the weight on your shoulders.
Not all homeowners can (or want to) go the traditional route of selling their home. extenuating circumstances can force sellers to go a more unconventional route, like a short sale or selling direct. But what are these options, and who are they for?
If you’ve fallen behind on your mortgage payments and are concerned you may be facing foreclosure, it’s important to know the process and what impact foreclosure may have on your finances.
If you have a property you want to sell, you may be preparing yourself to sink a good amount of money into making the necessary repairs you know you’ll have to make for the home to pass inspection.
Are you ready to sell your home? There’s a lot of paperwork involved, but it’s actually not as much as you might think. In fact, you probably have or can easily obtain a lot of the documents you need to put your home on the market and successfully sell it.
Separating assets can be a stressful and complicated part of divorce. Luckily, there are a few options for spouses to consider when separating, whether they choose to utilize legal options or work out property division independently.
Inheriting a house can be an unwanted burden, especially if that house is in disrepair. Navigating the sale of a probate house that is a fixer upper can be difficult, but the following tips can help you master the process.
It happens to us all at one point or another, things start getting tight and we begin to fall behind on bills. When you fall behind on your mortgage payments, however, your lender will eventually threaten and ultimately proceed with foreclosing on your home. Whether you understand the process or your options for navigating it, facing foreclosure is a stressful event that can best be shortened via direct sell.
Inheriting a home can be a burden if you live in a different city, state, or simply don’t have the time to go through the entire sales process. This guide will direct you in expediting the sales process of a home you need to offload.
While it is, unfortunately the case that both foreclosures and short sales negatively impact sellers’ credit reports, the respective timelines for credit recovery are very different. After a foreclosure, the foreclosure mars the seller’s credit report for at least seven years, and the seller is typically prevented from purchasing another home for five years.
When facing foreclosure, it might be possible to avoid selling altogether. If you can afford to make a lower monthly payment, it is worth shopping around for refinancing, loan modification, and forbearance options.
Making decisions during such a difficult, emotional time can often feel like too much to take on. The process of selling a deceased loved one’s property may feel like you have extra obligations during a time when you just need to grieve.
Selling a home can be a long, stressful, drawn-out process that wears down both the seller and potential buyers. There are many legal hoops to jump through and hidden costs associated with a home sale, and many people push off selling for the sole purpose of avoiding all of these. Fortunately, selling a home does not have to be a miserable, never-ending ordeal.
There are a variety of reasons that someone might need to sell their home in a short amount of time. Relocation due to a job offer might be one reason that one must act fast on their home sale. In some unfortunate cases, people might leave quickly because of a tragedy or other negative experience.
If you have the extra money to buy a home, becoming a landlord can seem like a great idea. In some cases, this is very true – you can earn extra income, build up your equity, and make a name as an important part of your community. However, being a landlord is not always as glamorous as it may seem.
When a loved one dies, the last thing anyone wants to think about is finances. This is a time for mourning and remembering, not dealing with lawyers, salesmen, or agents. The sad reality, however, is that many people don’t have their assets correctly allocated when they die, and this causes many legal issues for their family afterward.
Relocation can be a challenging but rewarding process. Many people choose to relocate because of a job offer, but there are other reasons for moving away as well. Still, there are many hurdles when relocating, and it can be especially difficult if you don’t have much time before you have to move.
"Foreclosure” is not a word anybody wants to hear when it comes to their own home. Whether dealing with long-term financial difficulties or facing a personal emergency, nobody wants to leave their home in the midst of a crisis. Being foreclosed on can make these challenges even more devastating and lead to even more problems down the road.
One of the most frustrating parts of being an investor is watching investments plummet during a recession. You may know the feeling—every time you check your stocks, bonds, and other investments, they’ve lost a little more value. Even the ones you thought were a good, safe option may have lost a bit. What can you do?
Understanding the basics of mortgage notes and how you can invest in them allows you to start understanding if they’re the right investment for you. Buying someone’s promissory note can lead to a nice passive income without any of the stress or obligations that come with being the landlord. If you are handy, you could buy a property and flip it yourself. Only if you want to spend every free minute working and none with your family on the weekends.
Have you thought about investing in mortgage notes? Perhaps you may not know what a mortgage note is. If you’re looking for a new type of investment that requires very little work on your end, mortgage notes may be just the ticket. Let’s take a look at some details and how you can best invest in mortgage notes.
If you’re considering investing in real estate, you may be looking at a number of different types of properties. While property type is important, what’s perhaps more important is to look at properties in terms of whether they’re a short-term investment or a long-term investment.
Winter can be a magical time of year – Christmas, hot cocoa, sled riding and a number of other wintertime activities. However, when it comes to real estate, conventional wisdom has always held that winter is the worst time of year to buy a home.
Flipping a house can prove to be a lucrative endeavor if done correctly. But a few mistakes can also mean the difference between profit and loss. In this post, we’ll share some key tips and insights to help you ensure a worthwhile return on investment (ROI) for your flip property.
House flipping is a real estate strategy that has gained a lot of attention in recent years. For real estate investors, contractors and/or those who are relatively handy, the potential to make a profit by purchasing a cheap property and contributing a little sweat equity is exciting. But while the potential benefits of flipping a home for buyers are pretty clear, what is rarely discussed are the benefits of selling your home to a flipper.
If you’re planning on selling your home, you have three choices: you can hire a real estate agent, you can put the home up for sale by owner or you can call Ryan’s Buying for a cash offer.