Real Estate - Homes for Sale and Apartments for Rent App

| September 27, 2016

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Realtor.com has more homes for sale nationwide than all other home buying apps. Find your perfect home while seeing listings updated in real time!  Whether you’re looking to buy your first home, find more room for an expanding family, or simply check the value estimate on a house you like, Realtor.com provides an easy-to-use and enjoyable home search experience tailored to your needs. With the Realtor.com Real Estate App, you’ll be able to find homes, apartment rentals, real estate and open house listings directly from the MLS. Search homes for sale by drawing your search area on the map, school name or school district, or custom filters like days on market, square footage, price, amenities and much more.

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Lanterra Developments Ltd

Lanterra Developments was founded by Mark Mandelbaum and Barry Fenton, two real estate visionaries who began with a dream to develop innovative, one-of-a-kind downtown condominium properties. Within a short span of just 10 years, we have charted an amazing success story on the Toronto skyline with one iconic condominium after another, scaling new heights in design, style and elegant urban living. Our guiding philosophy goes beyond just condominium building to dynamic urban revitalization and putting Toronto on the global map as the new city of the future, with vibrant master planned mixed use communities, sustainable green living and cutting-edge environmental technologies.

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How COVID-19 Is Changing The Real Estate Industry

Article | March 24, 2020

As we come to a close on the first week that most of us in the US are self-quarantining due to the COVID-19 outbreak (also known as coronavirus), we’ve already begun to feel the effects on the real estate industry. Direct marketing, physical face-to-face meetings are very much being put on hold. Not all agents are making this switch, however. As we discuss in today’s episode of In The Lead, there are agents who are still very much taking the business-as-usual approach when it comes to their marketing efforts. One agent we spoke to is still conducting open houses, but has made it a policy to keep all the doors propped open, in an attempt to keep people from touching doorknobs and spreading the virus. Other agents are limiting the number of visitors they allow into a home at any one time.

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5 BEST REAL ESTATE INVESTOR MARKETING STRATEGIES

Article | March 3, 2020

Real estate investing has become a popular investment option. With increased competition, understanding how to find investment properties is crucial for any real estate investor. Most investors limit their efforts to investment properties listed on the MLS- they don’t really have a real estate investor marketing strategy. Although the MLS is a viable source of real estate deals, far too many people are using it. To have an edge over the competition, it’s important to have a diverse real estate investor marketing plan. By diversifying your marketing strategies, you increase your chances of landing the best real estate deal. There are many ways you can ramp up your real estate investor marketing efforts. Here are some of the best real estate investor marketing strategies you can put in place to find real estate deals.

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What’s the Future of Commercial Real Estate?

Article | April 22, 2020

Real estate is a key element of the U.S. economy. Residential real estate provides housing for individuals and families and is a major source of wealth and savings for Americans. Commercial real estate creates spaces for retail, offices, manufacturing, and apartment buildings as well as creating jobs to sell, build, and maintain all these structures.

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Should Your Real Estate Client Sign An Appraisal Waiver?

Article | August 11, 2021

Real estate professionals sometimes have to answer a buyer’s questions about appraisal waivers. What are they? What do they mean? Is it a good or bad idea for the home loan applicant to sign one? If your client is applying for a home loan, signing an appraisal waiver does not mean that the home won’t be appraised. The lender will insist on an appraisal, to ensure that they’re not lending more money than they can expect to recover if they foreclose on the mortgage. An appraisal waiver is a document loan applicants sign to tell the lender that they’re waving their right to receive the appraisal report at least three days before the loan is consummated. In rare cases, a real estate professional might have to draft an appraisal waiver letter. In that case, the letter should include the name of the applicant, the address of the property, and, if applicable, the number of the loan application. It should state that the applicant knows about the right to receive the appraisal report at least three business days before the loan is consummated and that the applicant waives that right. At no time does the applicant waive the right to receive an appraisal report.

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Spotlight

Lanterra Developments Ltd

Lanterra Developments was founded by Mark Mandelbaum and Barry Fenton, two real estate visionaries who began with a dream to develop innovative, one-of-a-kind downtown condominium properties. Within a short span of just 10 years, we have charted an amazing success story on the Toronto skyline with one iconic condominium after another, scaling new heights in design, style and elegant urban living. Our guiding philosophy goes beyond just condominium building to dynamic urban revitalization and putting Toronto on the global map as the new city of the future, with vibrant master planned mixed use communities, sustainable green living and cutting-edge environmental technologies.

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