What should potential investors consider other than the cap rate when comparing commercial properties?

While cap rate is a good starting point, I like to also take a long-term view and consider potential appreciation of a property. Cap rate takes into account the return on YOUR money invested while appreciation on a leveraged investment (you’re probably only putting 25–30% down so you’re using 75–70% of a lender’s money) over […]

A couple purchased our home for over asking & had a large down payment so appraisal was waved according to buyers. But we have no paperwork yet. Does our realtor get paperwork stating such? It’s been 2 days.

There is a law in the United States called the “Statute of Frauds” which requires certain types of contracts to be executed in writing, including the sale of land. If someone made an offer on your property there should be a written record of it and you are entitled to a copy. Ask you agent […]