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Cheap Houses in Kansas City

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // September 12, 2018

Cheap Houses in Kansas City

If you are searching for cheap houses in Kansas City, we need to discover your definition of cheap. Are you searching for a house low in price or worth more than the asking price? Maybe your definition of cheap fits with inexpensive, low-priced, low-cost, economical, affordable, reasonable, reasonably priced, fits your budget, economy priced, or […]


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We Buy Kansas City Houses

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // September 5, 2018

We Buy Kansas City Houses

We are a real estate investor and redevelopment company, and we buy Kansas City houses. We buy houses for cash when you need to sell a house quickly! Some of the common reasons for selling here Kansas City area include: Need to relocate quickly There may be a need to relocate from a particular area. It […]


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Budget for Home Maintenance

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // August 29, 2018

Budget for Home Maintenance

If you have been looking for a Kansas City house, you know how are expensive houses have become. When you consider buying a house, you need to budget for more than the mortgage and property taxes. You want to budget for home maintenance. If you don’t, you can experience giant chunks torn from your wallet. […]


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Buying and Selling Notes and Deeds

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // August 22, 2018

Buying and Selling Notes and Deeds

Every week I get an informative email from Old Dawgs REI Network. Recently, Susan Lassiter-Lyons, who has dedicated her life to helping people gain control over their finances, shares with us information about buying and selling notes and deeds, specifically trust deeds. Some states use a trust deed rather than a mortgage for a secured real estate […]


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Can You DIY?

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // August 15, 2018

Can You DIY?

Can you DIY? When it comes to buying a house and renovating the house, the budget is a key factor in any project. Even saving a little bit of money at any stage of the process but still ending up with the same result, is worth finding ways to cut costs. Do it Yourself or […]


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Mortgage Rates Are Moving Higher

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // August 8, 2018

Mortgage Rates Are Moving Higher

Mortgage rates are moving higher! According to the latest data released Thursday by Freddie Mac, the 30-year fixed-rate average climbed to 4.6 percent, its highest level in nearly two months. It was 4.54 percent a week ago and 3.93 percent a year ago. The 15-year fixed-rate average grew to 4.08 percent. It was 4.02 percent […]


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What is a Hard Money Loan?

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // August 1, 2018

What is a Hard Money Loan?

Generally, when you invest in real estate and need financing, you might think you have two options: a conventional mortgage or hard money loan. Though most people understand the basics of a conventional mortgage, many may wonder, What is a hard money loan? Here are some common differences between the two types of loans brought […]


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Which Offer Will You Accept?

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // July 25, 2018

Which Offer Will You Accept?

Usually, when you put your house on MLS and show the house to brokers, you’ll receive all types of offers to purchase your house. The biggest difference between the offers is how the potential buyer will finance the house. The offers may be subject to FHA home loans, pre-qualified conventional loans, or all cash. The […]


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A Seller’s Market

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // July 18, 2018

A Seller’s Market

The headline at KAKE ABC.com cries “It’s a Seller’s Market.” “Driving down any neighborhood street in Wichita, you’re bound to find a ‘for sale’ sign. But realtors say those signs aren’t staying up long.” “Now you’re gonna have to probably look a little bit harder.  You may see a house that comes on the market […]


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Look for Plumbing Problems When Buying a House

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // July 11, 2018

Look for Plumbing Problems When Buying a House

RealtyBiz writes “It is easy to overlook plumbing problems when the desire to invest in a rental property is strong.  There are many plumbing flaws you will have no problem fixing, but others are pretty serious and can bring in huge financial difficulties. It is always a good idea to work with a plumbing company in order […]


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