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text 2020-02-20 07:29
How To Find A Real Estate Investor To Purchase Your American House

As we already discussed in our previous blogs, if you want to sell house fast, sell it to an investor in America. However, you may be wondering how to find an investor to buy your house. In this post, we will give you tips on how to find the right real estate investor to purchase your house.


Search online


You can search on Google for a list of potential real estate investors in your area. Once a list comes up, create a list with investors with good reviews. Visit their websites and study them. Try to eliminate any newbies from the list until you remain with promising investors. Book an appointment to meet with real estate investors who appear to be reputable and transparent. Choose real estate investors with the most straightforward communication and cash offer.

Use platforms that connect investors to sellers


I learned that there are a lot of platforms that connect sellers to investors and that I could sell my house even when it is not the best time to sell my house. You can get a lot of online platforms where you can find real estate investors looking for houses to buy for cash.


Types of real estate investors


When looking for an investor to buy your house in America, it is important to remember that investors are grouped into rehabbers, wholesalers and iBuyers.




These are local investors and can be divided into fix and rent and fix and flip. They look for a house with various problems, buy the houses and rent them or resell them at the market price.




These are investors who do not buy your house. They flip the contract to other investors for an assignment fee.




These types of investors can buy your house if you want to sell house fast. They can buy your house in any condition.

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text 2020-01-09 06:49
Common Mistakes People Make When Selling Their Homes

Every home seller in America wants to sell his/her house fast. However, rushing to sell your house can lead to some mistakes that can negatively impact your sale. Here are some common mistakes people make when they attempt to sell their house fast.

Selling a house before you are ready


Putting your home on the market can be exciting and thrilling but it can also be a physical, mental, and emotional experience. It can go for months if you are not ready. Before putting your house on the market, make sure you have examined why you are ready to make the sale, talk it over with your friends and family and neighbors if necessary. List to weigh the alternatives if you need to make a cons and pros list. Do so to ensure you are ready to sell your home.


Entering the market blindly


Sometimes, I have to wait for the best time to sell my house before entering the market. Over the past few years, the real estate market has gone through lows due to changes in the global economy. Before selling your house, you should examine your neighboring and local communities housing market statistics.


You need to know whether you live in a high-demand area for executives, tourists or an area that has prime value in terms of worth. All these mean that your outlook could be better than your neighboring community that has a third of their houses on the market.


Selling your house by-owner without researching


Sometimes, you can sell house fast by owner and make a lot of profits. However, this doesn’t always work because without doing the necessary research, you might not know how to sell a house by owner. While you can save a lot of money when you sell your house by owner, you can end up running into loses without doing the necessary research.

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video 2017-01-18 20:54

Originally posted on MissKatiEllen.


Welcome to 2017 everybody, and to my first post of the year all about last year!! In todays post we’ll be looking at what I read in the last two months, my favourite and recommendations of the year and what’s on my reading list for the year.


In no particular order here are my favourite reads of 2016, all of which I would highly recommend. Not pictured is here is the fairy tale retelling series by Jackson Pearce as a friend is currently borrowing them.



  • The Fox and the Star by Coralie Bickford Smith, although not a long book it’s a cute story of filled with stunning illustrations.
  • The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer, I have never enjoyed a series so much!! A wonderful fairytale retelling, definitely a winner. Would also recommend the novellas too.
  • Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo, this was probably one of the first ‘chosen one’ series I’ve read since Harry Potter. What I loved, aside from the great story, was the fact the romantic aspect wasn’t the driving force of this. Yes it was the but had to take a backseat to more important things.
  • The Girl of Ink and Stars by Kiran Millwood Hargrave, this was a nice little read about a girls journey through her forbidden home where myth and reality become one.
  • Fairest by Serena Valentino, I didn’t realise how long this book had been sat on my list and om glad I’ve finally read it. This was such a great portrayal of the Evil Queen, everything her past to her present. The second book is based Beauty and the Beast, and the third to be released is about Ursula.
  • Harry Potter by J.K Rowling, I’ve loved rediscovering this series, so much went over my head as a child. I’ve discovered a whole new love for this wizarding world.


So that was last year, since November I’ve been thinking about what I want to read in 2017. I want a balance between books I haven’t read in forever, books that have been on my list since the dawn of time and have forgotten about and books that are new and I’m itching to read. To see what’s made it onto my list check out shelf on either Goodreads or Booklikes.

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review 2016-03-15 01:53
ED 411-House of Many Ways
House of Many Ways - Diana Wynne Jones

This story takes place in the world of Howl's Moving Castle. Charmain goes to help take care of her sick great uncle who also happens to be a wizard. What she thought was going to be a simple job turns into a wacky adventure full of wizards and sorceresses, a door that leads to more than one place, missing royals, and plenty of crazy antics. I would implement this book in then classroom as a writing exercise. As the class was reading the book, I would have them write a story of their own adventures if they were in Charmain's shoes. This book is intended for 4th, 5th, and 6th graders. 

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review 2015-06-01 16:18
House of Many Ways - Diana Wynne Jones

I do like this one, although I almost wish it weren’t connected to HMC at all, since I think I would enjoy it more on its own merits. But Howl as a toddler is pretty hilarious.

Source: bysinginglight.wordpress.com/2015/06/01/may-2015-round-up
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