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Negotiating real estate transactions

First-time home buyers in California should do a lot of research about what to expect during the process since they will be investing in an asset that they are likely to keep and live in for many years to come. There are several things home buyers should expect to negotiate when buying a home.

What Website ADA compliance means for your small business

The Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA") protects the rights persons with disablities. The ADA requires both small amd large businesses make certain modifications for disabled individuals who come to their business, as well as accommodating the some of the needs of disabled individuals who work there. It can be a complex matter to determine whether or not your business is in compliance with the ADA.

There is an ideal age to buy a home

Buying a home can be beneficial for anyone who can afford to do so. However, research says that California residents and others should aim to buy a home by age 34. This enables an individual to have maximum equity in the property when that person is in his or her 60s. On average, a person who bought a house between ages 25 and 34 had $148,625 in total equity by their 60s.

Improved opportunities for first-time homebuyers

People in California considering entering the residential real estate market may have better opportunities to pursue first-time homeownership. Real estate prices have been on the rise since the end of the recession sparked by the 2008 financial crisis. While many homes dropped in value during the recession itself, for many, it was a poor time to seek a mortgage and invest in a new home. However, as people saved for down payments and prepared to apply for mortgages, real estate prices have continued to climb, putting homeownership outside of the reach of many younger people.

Understanding the commercial real estate market

California investors may be curious about the potential of entering the commercial real estate market, especially if they've already been active in residential properties. There are a number of unique characteristics that can make the commercial property market particularly appealing to investors. Commercial leases are often long-term, reducing the level of effort needed to keep or find new tenants on a regular basis, even though the negotiation of any particular contract may require additional work. In addition, as commercial properties are often multi-unit, investors can receive several revenue streams from one property.

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