Septiembre 2015
 << <En 2019> >>


¿Quién está en línea?

Miembro: 0
Visitante: 1

rss Sindicación

Anuncio de los artículos posteados en: Octubre 2015

23 Oct 2015 

Buy Timeshare - Determining The Cost/benefit Ratio

While members of the wealthy upper class might not have difficulty buying a beach front property or vacation villa, it is not such an easy task for the common working man. When the concept of the timeshare burst upon the scene, however, ordinary people, who could not afford a vacation home, had reason to become hopeful. And that is primarily why the timeshare industry has been booming since its introduction in America.

One of the aspects of a timeshare property that attracts most people is that they can have a wonderful vacation home without having to worry about its upkeep and maintenance. But at the same time, people have many misconceptions about timeshares.

Buyers often misunderstand the concept of timeshares and consider them as regular real estate property and a viable investment option. But if a buyer is thinking about investing in a vacation home near a location they visit frequently, a timeshare might not be the best investment. Investing in real estate property with an outright purchase of a home could return a significant profit. But if you invest in a timeshare, a return is not guaranteed and could in fact cost you money.

But what if you still want to buy timeshares, expect no profit from them, but neither loss at the same time? There is always one question in the minds of those people who are planning to buy timeshares. Is it really worth buying a timeshare? To answer this question you have to go through an analysis of various factors. An analysis should consider factors like comparable rent of alternative accommodation, appreciation of the timeshare property and your finance rate. How do you do it? Here is a simple calculation...

What is the worth profit of your investment? The profit on your investment should consider the comparable rental rate, finance rate and rate of appreciation in value. If these results are a negative number, then it is most likely that you are losing money. The ratio of rent for vacation property and what it costs to buy a timeshare is something to consider. For example, if the rent on your vacation timeshare is $1,000 with a buying price of $10,000, the rental rate would be 10%. Also consider the other expenses of maintenance, membership and any other expenses, which amounts to about $500. With this in mind, the actual savings in rent sims urban oasis would be about $500 with a rental rate ratio of $500 to $10,000, in other words, 5%.

Now let's assume the annual appreciation of that property is 10% and the rate of our finances is 16%. If we add rental rate and appreciation and subtract the finance rate, you will end up with a negative percentage which means you are losing 1% every year compared to rent. But this formula is only a rough calculation of the profitability of your investment and may not be completely accurate. This is just to give you a starting place. The depreciation rate may vary and as may the finance rates.

The maintenance fees and other fees may also vary with different locations. Some resorts charge reasonable maintenance and other fees, but some exorbitantly high fees. So, this is also should be a factor in deciding which resort to choose. It is not a smart idea to pay unusually high fees when you don't know whether you can utilize the property year after year and you may think of renting out the unit which is not a profitable proposition either.

Before committing to purchasing a timeshare property you should consider all the costs involved. You may be putting more money into the timeshare then it is actually worth as a real estate sale. This money is distributed among the real estate developers selling the time share. You need to decide if spending such a large amount of money for something you do not use all the time is worth it to you.By: Dan Wright

Article Directory: showcases hundreds of Florida timeshares as well as time shares around the world.

Admin · 9278 vistas · Escribir un comentario
21 Oct 2015 

Colorado's Marijuana Industry Has A Big Impact On Denver Real Estate: Report

The marijuana industry in Denver is spurring one unlikely sector: real estate. Colorado's cannabis industry occupies at least 3.7 million square feet of industrial space in Denver, a recent study discovered, the Denver Post reported Tuesday.

Marijuana has essentially "kick-started the recovery of the industrial market in Denver," leading to nearly record-high rents and low vacancy rates, according to Jessica Ostermick, director of research and analysis for CBRE in Denver, the firm that conducted the study. From 2009 to 2014, marijuana cultivation accounted for more than a third of all industrial space leased in Denver, and one in every 11 industrial buildings in central Denver reportedly was full of marijuana.

The majority of commercial cultivators have been pushed to industrial areas because grows are not allowed within 500 feet of residential areas and many light-industrial areas are too close to homes, the Denver Post quoted a city spokeswoman as saying. Additionally, many property owners have not considered leasing to marijuana growers because of loan constraints and conflict with the federal law. If a marijuana tenant does find a landlord, the analysis found it often pays a higher rent, often three to four times more than the average for a mainstream business.

"It's a new and disruptive industry," said Jason Thomas, principal of Avalon Realty Advisors, a firm that specializes in real estate for marijuana businesses, the Denver Post reported. "One that's making a huge impact, some positive, some negative, to mainstream businesses."  

Denver's booming marijuana industry reportedly also is being blamed for pricing residents out of the city, Newser reported. Housing prices in Denver have increased 17 percent. 

"I do believe that there has been a huge amount of individuals who have moved out here specifically for the marijuana industry, and it has affected the housing market," said J.P. Speers, a real estate broker at Berkshire Hathaway Home Services, who said he believes legal marijuana has pushed the housing market up, the New Republic reported.

Admin · 60 vistas · Escribir un comentario
20 Oct 2015 

Taylor Swift Buys the Pedigreed Goldwyn Estate in Beverly Hills for $25 Million - Celebrity Real Estate

tay tay goldwyn.jpg

Taylor Swift via JStone / Estate photos by Marc Angeles and Nick Springett.

The grand Goldwyn family estate in Beverly Hills, commissioned by film producer coco palms condo Samuel Goldwyn (the "G" in MGM) in 1934, hit the market this March and was reported as sold earlier this month. The mystery buyer? Variety hears from multiple sources that it was none other than pop superstar Taylor Swift, who supposedly paid $25 million in cashcash!for the place. The property, just under two acres, has a sweet location behind the Beverly Hills Hotel and a history of entertaining Hollywood royalty.

The Goldwyn estate, designed by architect Douglas Honnold, has hosted the likes of Marlene Dietrich, Charlie Chaplin, Clark Gable, and Frank Capra. The place was handed down from Goldwyn Sr. to his son, Samuel Goldwyn Jr. (also a producer). Goldwyn Jr. died in January, and apparently his family doesn't want to continue the Goldwyn tradition of living there.

Ms. Swift's new property has six bedrooms and five bathrooms, a library, a card room, a theater with 35mm projection, a guest suite with a private entrance, staff lodging above the garage, terraces, gardens, lawns, a lighted tennis court, and a pool with pool house. The whole Goldwyn packagewhich had previously been on the market in late 2008 and early 2009, asking $24 millionwas listed in March for $39 million. It appears that Ms. Swift, paying only $25 million, got quite the deal.

Taylor Swift Plunks Down $25m Cash for Goldwyn Estate [Variety]

Film Royalty Goldwyn Family Selling Their 1934 Beverly Hills Estate For $39 Million [Curbed LA]

Admin · 49 vistas · Escribir un comentario
20 Oct 2015 

Checkbook IRA - What's іn іt fог you?

A retirement plan tt w n investor t invest n traditional investments stocks, bonds n mutual bonds knwn f directed 401k. If wnt t t t types f investments t tn t aforementioned n tn n rollover 401k nt n IRA account. T tw types f IRA tt knw t namely: traditional IRA n Roth IRA T tw IRA types similarities n distinctions. Bt t good part tt t t IRA types n utilized t tk home m money. If wnt t t boss f wn portfolio mt utilize checkbook IRA.

Ann w takes part n n IRA account w nt n t power t manage wn portfolio t w t chance t choose mng t investment options. Managing n investment portfolio big responsibility tf mt ways n w n track wn investment returns m t positive negative. Hng checkbook IRA w w n investor k t recognize f investment making profit.

A boss f wn account, mt mk t gt choices n order t gain success n investments. It n n w blamed f mtng g wrong wt money t yourself. Bt t ways n w n avoid risks. On w t choose t type f investment tt suitable f you.

A wise investor w explore possibility n gt f chosen investment. Study n t choices ft another. Investing involves money therefore, ng reckless nt acceptable n t investment industry t w nt n lead t investor t earn t what's worse tt t n lead t bankruptcy.

T lucrative n t investment industry mt familiar wt t type f investment w tk part in. If interested n lands homes n experienced selling tm tn t wise tt tk part n real estate investment. It nnt avoided tt n t world t presence f swindlers prevalent tf t smart move t invest n mtng tt familiar with. Knowledge crucial n investment earnings w means t meet n n t future.

Documenting transactions essential n investment. Recorded transactions n verify f account earning not. Income statements w balance sheets mt prepared f checkbook IRA. Remember tt important t k track f funds w activities n managing checkbook IRA. T software n MS Money, Peachtree n mn m t manage account well. Organize n k documents invoices n receipts t needed f gng t file f tax returns.

Managing n IRA account n qt costly t spending f management tt t tn letting t people manage account. Utilize checkbook IRA nw n lessen worries.

Admin · 33 vistas · Escribir un comentario
17 Oct 2015 

Homes: What you can buy for $200,000


In most U.S. cities, $200,000 will buy a comfortable place to call home -- and it will probably have a decent patio.

This price coco palms floor plan point aligns very closely with the U.S. median home value, which is currently $178,500 according to Zillow. Of course, all real estate is local. In Atlanta's Ormewood Park, spending just over that amount will buy a spacious two-story home with a storage loft, while in West Seattle it will buy a place that's about the size of a storage loft.

However, the overall trend dictates that $200,000 seems to generally get you hardwood flooring, a fireplace, in-unit laundry and some kind of patio -- regardless of square footage.

Here are 10 homes you can buy for $200,000 across the country.

Admin · 49 vistas · Escribir un comentario

1, 2, 3  Página siguiente