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Old property with big potential 100 km from Sofia, Bulgaria

House for sale in
Bulgaria - Vratsa

€ 7,000

Old property with big potential 100 km from Sofia, Bulgaria

Old country house with plot of land and quiet location situated in a rural area 25 km away from Vratsa, Bulgaria. The property had been empty for many years now and requires renovations and good cleanup. It is located on a quiet side street within the limits of the village. The property consists of house with two floors, big barn made of stone and timber and plot of land with area of 1120 square meters, most of which is surrounded by solid stone fence. The main building has two floors and attic space. All house levels are connected via solid internal staircase made of stone. The ground floor has three rooms and corridor connecting them. In the past they served as storage, living room and kitchen. Over the internal stairs you can go to the upper floor where three other rooms and a terrace are located. From here you have views towards the front garden, the street, the backyard, the barn, the neighborhood and the village. Unfortunately at the moment the property is overgrown which blocks most of these views. The rooms on the second floor served as bedrooms. These three premises are connected via main corridor leading to the stairs and the terrace. The barn is situated not far away from the house. It represents a big building with solid stone foundations. The whole ground level of the barn is made of stone blocks while the small second floor is made of timber. Just like the house, the barn requires renovation but if restored it can be turned into a great work area or even a guest house. The property is located within the limits of a quiet village about 20-25 km away from the regional center Vratsa and 15 km from the seat of the local council – the town of Mezdra. The area around is agricultural with no factories within miles from here so plenty of clean, fresh air, peace and quiet are guaranteed. Just 6-7 km down the road from the property one can go fishing at one of the biggest rivers in Bulgaria or visit an old monastery with rich historical past dating back to the early centuries. The village has regular bus transport, grocery store, post office, mayor`s office and small café-bar. Mezdra is the nearest town and is situated about 15 minutes away by car from the property. There one can find many shops and stores, hospital, dentist, police station, fire station, material supply stores, furniture store, schools, kindergartens, administrative services, hotel, motel, gas stations, cinema, disco, bars, restaurants, etc. Mezdra also has train station with direct connections to the national capital city Sofia, the regional center Vratsa, the seaside, the area around Veliko Tarnovo and many other parts of Bulgaria. Old property with plenty of potential at a good price.

Pay Monthly - Freehold home & Land 15 min Veliko Tarnovo

House for sale in
Bulgaria - Veliko Turnovo

€ 2,500

Pay Monthly - Freehold home & Land 15 min Veliko Tarnovo

£2,500 @ 200 per month - nr VT & Gorna * Bitcoin accepted *

£2,500 @ £200 per month - Freehold home and land

Buy-It-Now = 10% discount

Immediate transfer of rights and possession. No interest, clear the balance at any time without penalty.

Payment terms are flexible and tailored specifically for your personal budget (min. £200 p.m)

All Bulgariadirect properties are owned by Bulgariadirect - as the name suggests the sale is always direct. What you see is what you get.

Located in Pisarevo, Veliko Tarnovo region

1,220sqm REGULATED (Buildeable) LAND
Property Remains
STONE BASE - rebuild or reuse on another project pin the region?
Corner Plot - access from two streets

ONLY 19km from Bulgaria’s ancient Capital – VELIKO TURNOVO

ONLY 10km from Bulgaria’s main transport hub – GORNA ORYAHOVITSA

ONLY 6km from Gorna Airport

ONLY 14km from ARBANASSI

What you see is what you get - available today on Pay Monthly!

A viable, realistic sitting investment close to Gorna Airport and Veliko Tarnovo. Or, a ready source of stone from the base which could be re-built upon or removed to any other ongoing project you may have in the region - ie foundations or an amazing perimiter wall elsewhere. All at the same time leaving you with a good flat 1,220 sqm building plot in your ownership.

Please check all other adverts for properties this close to VT & Gorna and compare prices. Do not compare with the
100s of adverts showing sold properties which continually flood this site, only compare to real actual sale ads which are available now - in this very region.

Bulgariadirect, est. 2003, are pleased to offer an innovative and affordable new route to home ownership, without the stress and worry of conventional mortgages. A simple, secure and transparent solution offering freehold ownership, without tying up all your capital at once.

Where better to get away from it all? Bulgaria shelters you from rising inflation and offers you a superb climate and living costs averaging under 1/3 of the UK's.

Escape the hassle and stress of every day UK life, the ongoing uncertainty of Brexit and move to the world's best value, lowest living costs country. Owning property in Bulgaria is also a good first step towards re-claiming (EU) citizenship for UK nationals.

Did you know? Your annual council tax on this place comes to a whopping £18 per year, yes eighteen pounds! Can you afford that?

Where else but Bulgaria do you get so much property to the £? Getting in on the action has never been easier, this entire property is available today on affordable monthly installments.

Keys are ready, awaiting the new owner - rights and possession are transferred immediately upon paying the small deposit! Owning a home in the sun has never been easier.

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2-bedroom flat for renovation Blue Pearl Sunny beach BG

Apartment for sale in
Bulgaria - Burgas

€ 35,500

2-bedroom flat for renovation Blue Pearl Sunny beach BG

New better price! Exclusive Beach Real Estate Deal of the Week! Top Christmas 2021 Black Friday Reduced Price for Urgent Sale At Price Below the Property Market Value 486€/м2 35500€! Pool view fully furnished 2 -bedroom apartment for sale in Blue Pearl only 600m. from the beach in Sunny beach, Bulgaria.Renovation needed! All document ready for closing the deal. Maintenance 200 eur per year.

Location :

The beach is only about 600 m. away
5 miles from ancient town of Nessebar
12 miles from the airport
8 miles away from


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Real Estate Investment

How to Start a Real Estate Investment Firm

Real estate investment is a great way to make a passive income with a lot of potential. But what should you do before starting your own business?

There are a few things that you should know before you start your own real estate investment firm. The first thing that you need to know is what kind of business model do you want to use? Do you want to work with investors as an information broker or as an investor yourself? If this is something that appeals to you, then it is important for you to understand the risks associated with both options.

The Current State of the Real Estate Industry

The real estate industry has been a longstanding and profitable industry that has been around for decades. The market has shifted over the years where more and more people are going to real estate investment firms to buy property because of their low capital requirements as well as the profitability of the trade.

Might sound like an oxymoron but a lot of people want to be a “real-estate agent” these days. They want to be an authority on all things real-estate, but what they don’t know is that there are many other ways for them to invest in the field without being an agent.

How does One Determine if they have Enough Funds or Credit Scores to Start an Investment Firm?

A strong investor with a successful track record is not the only requirement to start an investment firm. They also need to have enough funds or credit scores that are relevant for the type of investment they are starting.

There are many factors that one needs to take into account when considering investing in an investment start-up. One of the most important ones is your credit score and your ability to borrow funds for investment start-ups.

Introduction of Potential Investors in Your Real Estate Business Venture

The first step in getting potential investors is to have a plan. You need to write down all the risks, the benefits, what will the company look like after it’s been funded – basically everything that can go wrong and what could go right.

The next step is to find people who are interested in your project. This typically involves networking or reaching out on social media.

The third step is to create a pitch deck for potential investors who are thoroughly interested. A pitch deck typically includes financial information about your business, information about the team running it, and other important details about your company’s future goals.

Networking Strategies for Successful Real Estate Investors

Finding a network of people with the same interests and goals is one of the most important steps in becoming a successful real estate investor.

Networking is a broad term that means connecting with others to share knowledge, skills, and expertise. There are many different networking strategies for entrepreneurs who want to make connections with others in their field. In order to create successful connections, you need to be remarkably genuine and offer something of value in your interactions.

In addition, there are many ways for entrepreneurs to get started when it comes to networking. For example, you can go out and attend events that will allow you the opportunity to meet new people and potentially find potential connections in your field. You can also use sites like LinkedIn or Facebook groups for this purpose as well.

What are The Different Types of Property You can Invest In?

Owning property is an exciting prospect, but can also be daunting. There are many different types of property you can invest in, and the price ranges vary widely. To make it easier for you to narrow down your options, here are some of the most common.

There are four main kinds of properties that you can invest in: residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural properties. Residential properties are the most common type of property for people to buy because they require less work than other types when it comes to upkeep and they already come equipped with things like plumbing and electricity for your convenience. You may want to look for apartment blocks for sale.

Financing Your Investment Properties

Investing in property is not always the safest way to make money. However, it does offer a lot of investment opportunities and can be a great way to grow your wealth over time.

One of the most popular ways for investors to finance their properties is by taking out a loan from their bank. This option offers the simplicity of being able to get approved for up to 95% LTV on purchase or refinance transactions. The downside, however, is that you are not only securing your own house but also any other investments you have.

There are also many private lenders who offer financing options for real estate investors who have good credit scores and cash reserves set aside for their own down payment. As with any other investment opportunity, there are risks involved with private lending.

What Helps You Succeed as a Real Estate Investor?

It’s important to know that investing in real estate is not always an easy task. There are many ways to lose money and there are also many ways to make it. If you want to be successful as an investor, then the following tips will help you.

1. Do Your Research

Develop a game plan before you purchase your first property so that you’ll know exactly what you should buy and how much it will cost. You’ll also need to decide if you want the property for rental, flipping or long-term hold so that you can find the right place for your investment strategy.

2. Get Creative with Your Finances

It’s important that real estate investors have enough capital because their money is their most valuable asset in this business – they need enough of it to cover all ongoing expenses.

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Housing Estate

How To Build A Housing Estate

The construction industry has been constantly growing over the past 10 years. Today, there are many companies with specialized knowledge in constructing residential buildings. However, most of them are too expensive for an average person wanting to invest in this business. This article covers what you need to know about building a housing estate.

Basic Concept of Housing Estates

The process of building a housing estate is fairly complex and requires a lot of people, time and money. There are typically three different phases in the process:

1) Planning and designing,

2) Construction and building,

3) Occupation.

The first phase commences with developers deciding the location for their project, which is heavily reliant on various guidelines and regulations. The next step involves designing what type of housing will be built at the site. The third phase involves developing infrastructure for the new community, such as roads, water supply systems, sewage treatment plants etc., while the fourth phase entails ‘occupying’ the estate with residents when construction is complete.

The Challenges of Building a Housing Estate

In the 1950s, the United States government used a “slum clearance” programme to replace old, dilapidated housing complexes with new, spacious residential estates.

This policy was known as “urban renewal” and many of these housing estates were built on the outskirts of large cities.

But as the years passed, social issues emerged and it became clear that these estates were poorly planned and had many problems. This is certainly something we can learn from for future developments.

How to Choose the Best Land for Your Housing Estate

Urban planners need to consider many factors, including geographical location, before deciding where to build a housing estate.

If you are looking for a place that is close to the centre, you will likely have to sacrifice some space. On the other hand, if you are looking for space along with proximity to the city centre then it will be hard for you to find both in one place.

The best location for housing estates is usually one that provides easy access to transportation and has good access to amenities like schools and shopping centres.

How to build a housing estate

The first step is to identify the land where the housing estate will be built. The land should be flat and made of solid ground. Of course, depending on your country you have to keep in mind local laws for constructing housing estates. You might need to apply for certain permits beforehand.

The next step is to construct roads that will divide up the land, this will organise it into smaller sections, which are easier to build on.

A third step would be to construct sewerage systems for water drainage and sewage, electricity poles and wires, gas pipes, telephone lines and TV cables.

Finally, you would put in roads again which are for general use as well as paths or footpaths.

How to make a profit from your housing estate

Housing estates are a booming industry. However, many people are not sure how to make money from their housing estates.

The article will explore some of the best ways to earn money with your housing estate. There are many options out there that you might not have thought about before.

Besides selling the lands and or houses one could lease the space for retail shops, converting homes into serviced apartments, or renting out space for filming and photography shoots.

One of the main factors of success is the right presentation of your project. In case you want to sell houses off-plan for example a good 3D visualization is a must.

Conclusion: How to Make a Housing Estate

This article covered everything that an aspiring investor would need before starting with this type of business venture. One has to carefully plan and calculate beforehand, as well as look at the legal end of things. There are a lot of benefits but as there is also a lot of money involved things have to be taken serious and well planned to be successful.

Are you looking to do a housing estate or you already did, share your experience and leave a coment below!

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3D-Images

3D Images – How They Can Help Sell Your Home

The Idea Behind Using 3D Images

3D images are used in a variety of industries but they are especially common in the entertainment industry. This is because 3D images add another level of realism to the experience and make the viewer feel like they are present in the scene.

3D images captured in 3D photography are not only conducive to the needs of the client, but also have a greater effect on the prospective buyer.

It can be viewed so that buyers can get a sense of feel at home.

How You Can Make Your Home Look More Appealing to Buyers

The real estate industry has been using 3D rendering to create photorealistic images of homes for a long time now. The sales of virtual staging software and services is on the rise as it saves the seller from costly home makeovers and repairs.

Virtual staging refers to presenting a property virtually, through either a 3D model or photo-realistic renders. It’s an affordable and timely alternative to physically staging your home for sale, which can involve expensive makeover jobs and extensive repairs. It doesn’t matter if you are selling a flat, house or apartment block, a 3D image can perfectly present what it can look like in the future.

Why You Should Consider Investing in Professional 3D Visuals

Professional 3D visuals for your real estate agency can make a world of difference in your online presence. It will make the process of staging and marketing the property much easier, attracting more potential buyers.

3D visuals can help you to showcase a property in a way that 2D photography cannot. They allow viewers to better see the scale and scope of a space, as well as any features that might be difficult to identify from afar. The immersive nature of 3D visualizations makes them perfect for showings and tours, letting viewers explore even the smallest details of a space with ease.

What are the 3 Major Benefits of Using 3D Imaging in Real Estate Marketing?

In this article, we will find out what are the 4 major benefits of using 3D imaging in real estate marketing.

1. It’s a low-cost solution. 3D technology is well established in the industry. It is a well-understood technology which costs less than other technologies.

2. It can offer a window into space. 3D models allow for a more immersive experience with a sense of depth and scale, giving viewers an idea for what to expect before they visit the property in person.

3. It can generate higher engagement rates. By making properties feel more real, 3D images can elicit stronger emotional reactions from viewers. It entice them to take action such as scheduling an appointment or visiting an open house.

Conclusion: how 3d images can help sell your real estate

There are three ways in which 3D images can help sell your house faster.

The first way is that 3D images are much more realistic than the 2D images present in websites. The second way is that they give prospective buyers a better idea of what their house will look like in your neighbourhood. The last way is that it helps prospective buyers to see the different options available, which increases the probability of them making a purchase decision because they can get an idea about what other homes in your area look like.

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Houses for Sale Under 100k

Exciting Houses for Sale Under 100k

Living in the suburbs has never been more fun than it is today. From a home with a pool to one with a basketball court, you name it! Here are some of the most exciting homes for sale under € 100K in the suburbs.

It is hard to find an affordable house nowadays. With the median list price at a whopping € 238,000, many people are forced to move out of cities to find their dream home. But not everyone can afford this much for a house. So here are some houses on the market that won’t break your bank and will still let you live in suburbia!

Tips for Buying a House on a Budget

As we all know, buying a house is never an easy task. It can take months or even years before we finally get the opportunity to own our dream home. There are many things that need to be considered, but the thing that is often overlooked is budget.

Before you head out and start looking for your dream house, make sure that you have set a budget in mind. There are so many options out there and it’s very easy to get swayed by these pretty houses with their beautiful lawns and amazing views into spending way more than necessary for this purchase.

Set your budget in advance so you don’t spend more than you can afford!

Find Houses in Your Area You Can Buy with Less Than 100k

You can find a house in your area for less than 100k. In fact, there are many houses up for sale that have been priced to sell.

You don’t need to make an offer immediately but you may want to see if the properties are still available when you are ready to make a purchase.

In some communities, there is a housing shortage because of the growing population and not enough homes being built. That means it will be hard to find homes in your area that are reasonably priced and maybe you will have to look a bit farther away to find a home for less than 100k.

Use our Map to Find Houses for Sale Under 100k

The map is a great way to find houses for sale under 100k. It is the easiest way to do your research, and it’s free!

The map displays all of the houses for sale under 100k in your area. You can search by neighbourhood, city or price range. And you can filter by features that are important to you like price, bedrooms, bathrooms and much more.

This interactive map will help you find the perfect house for the right price in no time at all!

If you have one for sale and like to include it on our map, please use this free real estate advertising.

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Your First Home

The Pros and Cons of Buying Your First Home

There are tons of advantages to buying your first home, which is why so many people own their homes. If you’re someone who dreams of homeownership, it’s important to understand both the pros and cons. Weighing these advantages and disadvantages can help you determine whether or not you’re ready to buy your first home. If you decide that you’re not ready, it’s okay! You don’t have to rush when it comes to purchasing a house. 

Here are the pros and cons of buying your first home. 

Pros of Buying a House

Buying a house is a huge investment, but it’s also incredibly exciting. People enjoy nesting and putting down roots. Here are the pros of buying your first house. 

Acts as an Investment 

Instead of giving a monthly amount to your landlord for rent, you can begin buying into your home equity. Your house is essentially a big piggy bank that grows over time. As you build equity, the value of your home increases. This is something many first-time homebuyers don’t even realize. 

The best-case scenario of being a homeowner is you pay off your loan as planned and can enjoy retirement with a lower monthly expense. Buying is much more attractive than continuing to pay landlords and corporations a percentage of your income every single month for the rest of your life. 

Houses also appreciate in value. The average home price index will continue to increase, but it’s still important you take care of your home so you can find a buyer when you decide to sell. 

Improves Credit

As you pay your mortgage off monthly and on time, your credit score will increase. Although your credit score will likely go down after you take out the loan, it’s sure to go back up once you begin making regular payments. 

Privacy and Control Over Living Space

Buying a house lets you have more privacy than renting an apartment because your neighbors are farther away. You also have more control because you own your property. In an apartment or any rental, you are restricted from doing things such as painting walls and using nails, but it is something you can do once you purchase a house. 

Unfortunately, you may not have total control over your living space and may need to consult with your HOA to make renovations. Still, there are no more limits on pets or worry about your television being too loud. 

Long-Term Stability 

Homeowners typically move less than renters because they own their homes. While it’s important you pay your mortgage so you don’t run into problems with your lender, getting removed from your house is much more difficult than getting kicked out of your apartment. 

Even though there are renter’s rights, landlords can ask you to move out of your apartment at the end of your lease for a variety of reasons, which could leave you without a stable place to raise your kids or pets. 

Cons of Buying a House

Owning a home isn’t for everyone. Many people prefer renting because of the challenges you’re about to read. Here are the cons of buying a house. 

High Upfront Costs

In the past, you must have been able to put down at least 20% as a down payment to get a mortgage. Luckily, the industry has changed, and the 20% down payment is no longer necessary. Today, you can qualify for a mortgage with much less down, but you still must consider the costs of buying a house. 

The lower your initial down payment, the higher your monthly interest rate will be, and you will have to pay monthly mortgage insurance if you don’t put 20% down. Other costs include closing costs, which can be anything from 3% to 6% of the total loan. 

Building Your Own Home in Portugal

Top 5 Tips for Building Your Own Home in Portugal

When you are planning to build your own home in Portugal, you need to be aware of the documents and procedures that you need to undertake. The following will help you understand what documents you will need for construction permits to build your own home in Portugal.

There may be some cases where an application for construction permits is not required, such as when building with temporary materials or when reconstructing existing buildings.

1. Find the right location

Portugal is a small country and it may be more difficult to find a suitable location than you imagine. if you are thinking to be building your own home in Portugal you may already have a nice region in mind that you like most. But don’t overlook the hidden jems Portugal has to offer.

There are some regions that are more affordable than others, some are actually not far from the beach and mountains.

2. Apply for a planning permission

This is absolutely mandatory and will save you from potential problems later on. But don’t worry there is offices out there who are specialized in helping you in this process, such as an architectural office. Hiring an architect in Portugal is not as expensive as you might think. Depending on the size of your project it can cost you as little as 10 € per square metre.

3. Find and hire an architect

It might seem like an unnecessary expense, but it will make your life much easier in the long run by ensuring that everything gets done correctly, within budget and on time. Also, the architect in Portugal can design your home in a way that will actually save you money, in the end you probably pay the same that you would have without an architect.

4. Consider buying land

If you are only looking to build a home for yourself in Portugal, then make sure you look in the area that is right for you and have everything nearby that you will need. Also, it is important to check if the land is suitable for construction. If you buy a land in Portugal that is located in an estate make sure to check the estate rules – sometimes there are rules regarding colours of the house or windows or the roof needs to have a certain colour and angle… etc.

5. Speak to a solicitor

Better safe than sorry. Getting legal advice will help you to understand the procedure involved and be aware of potential pitfalls.

Conclusion: Building Your Own Home in Portugal

With these few simple steps you can be building your own home in Portugal and invest in the healthy and growing housing market of sunny Portugal.

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cheap houses

Cheap Houses: What You Should Know

Houses are expensive. Especially in densely populated urban areas. But there are some houses on the market that only cost a few thousand dollars.

Where can you find those dirt-cheap houses? One place we found for example is Bulgaria where you can get affordable houses, even some that are close to the beach.

Example: Cheap Houses in Bulgaria

Bulgaria is a country in the Balkans, Eastern Europe. It is bordered by Romania to the north and the Republic of Macedonia to the east. The country has a population of 7,6 million people and is one of the oldest countries in Europe.

Bulgaria offers beauty and history for all types of travellers willing to explore it. It is very affordable as well. For instance, a meal in a restaurant will cost you around 2 euros maximum, while accommodation will cost you anything from 10 euros per night for an apartment up to 50 euros per night for a hotel room with 4 stars. Bulgaria also has some remarkable festivals that are worth checking out – like the folk festival “Kukeri” during which participants dress up as masked characters with colourful outfits and dance around bonfires!

There are also many other reasons why you might want to consider property investment in Bulgaria such as:

– The country has a low crime rate

– There are plenty of opportunities for owning businesses

– Land prices are very low

4 Factors Affecting the Cost of a House

The cost of a house can vary in four main ways.

1) Location: the cost of a house will depend on where it is located. For example, a house right at the beach will cost you more than one in the middle of nowhere.

2) Size: the size of the property will also affect the price. For example, properties with a bigger backyard or more rooms might be more expensive than other homes with less space to offer.

3) Age: this factor is closely related to size and features but it also includes things like how old are the pipes? Or how new are the appliances? This is important because older homes might need lots of repairs and upgrades.

4) Amenities: another thing that affects housing prices is what kind of amenities, such as a pool or a gym, come with the property.

3 Ways to Make Your Home More Affordable

There are many simple ways to make your home more affordable. Here are 3 of them:

– Consider downsizing

– Look for a mortgage with a lower interest rate

– Consider walking away from your mortgage

– Consider to move to the Countryside

Downsizing is the most common way to make your home more affordable. The truth is that the size and space of your home can have an impact on its value. You could also look for a mortgage with a lower interest rate, which would help decrease the amount of money you spend each month. Lastly, it may be time to consider walking away from your mortgage if you have reached the end of what you can afford or if you are struggling to come up with additional funds.

Conclusion

Don’t look for a house that is bigger than you actually need it. Know what you can comfortably afford and then be flexible about the location as well as be ready to do some repair works yourself. Like that you will find cheap houses in no time.

Bio

Our Property under 20k team are the founders of www.all-real-estate.com and www.listproperty4free.com with the goal to search the cheapest real estate in the world and make it easy for others to find. The team is made up of landlords, real estate investors, architects and builders from several different countries.  We just love to have a good strong cup of coffee while we write our experiences in this blog.

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100k house

How can I get a house for 100k or less?

You may be surprised to learn that you don’t need to be rich in order to buy a house. In fact, there are many ways you can save money and still get a house under 100k.

Houses are a big investment and one that should not be taken lightly. That is why it is important to find the perfect house for you, in the best location and for a price that fits your budget.

Average house prices

According to the survey, the average amount people are spending on a house now is around $400,000. So, it would take a lot of research and work to find a house that’s cheaper than 100k.

There are many ways you can get a house for close to 100k or even less than that. It just takes some time and work on your end.

Find the best value for your money

It’s not always easy to find cheap homes in the marketplace. There are many aspects that affect the value of a home. The general rule of thumb, however, is to buy close to the city centre if you want better value.

Some people say that it might be easier to find a cheap home by looking at area listings, or by looking at other more affordable areas outside of the city centre. However, this might not be possible for everyone who wants to live in an urban setting.

Be more creative in your search

So, what should you do? Get creative with your search and don’t limit yourself too much by just looking at one area when there are so many others out there for you to explore!

Saving up for a down payment is the first big step in achieving this goal. You can save the down payment by living with your parents or by renting an apartment in an inexpensive location and then saving up more money over time.

A lot of people want to purchase a home but they don’t have the money. It’s not uncommon for people to spend their life savings on a house – which is why many people end up living in their parents’ basement. That’s actually not a bad idea if it helps you to save up for your own home at the same time.

There are certainly ways to get houses for 100k or less if you have patience and know where to look.

Be more specific in your search

Buying a house is one of the biggest purchases that you will ever make. That said, if you are looking for a cheap home, it’s best to be more specific in your online search and don’t just rely on general words like ‘cheap home’ or ‘good deal’.

Be flexible when it comes to DIY

If you are up for DIY, you can get a fixer-upper home at a lower price. All you need is to take some time off and do the renovation work yourself. Not only will it make your home look better, but it will also help in saving money on labour costs.

Fixer Upper Homes: Fixer-upper homes are properties that have not been renovated or updated for a long time. Even if the property doesn’t have any major structural damage, they may need new paint and flooring, as well as other cosmetic improvements.

Investors are starting to pay attention to the potential in fixer-upper homes. With a low purchase price and a lower mortgage, it is easier than ever to buy a fixer-upper house.

The process of fixing up a home can be very rewarding; you have the opportunity to make your house uniquely yours. It also has the potential to be profitable, too. Fixing up your home can increase its value by hundreds of thousands of dollars if you do it right!

Conclusion

Now, you’ve seen the best ways to buy a house for 100k or less. So, what are you waiting for? Start scrolling and find your dream home today!

Bio

Our Property under 20k team are the founders of www.propertyunder20k.com and www.listproperty4free.com with the goal to search the cheapest real estate in the world and make it easy for others to find. The team is made up of landlords, real estate investors, architects and builders from several different countries.  We just love to have a good strong cup of coffee while we write our experiences in this blog.

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bunkers for sale

What’s the deal with bunkers for sale?

For some reasons there have been a huge interest in abandoned bunkers for sale. Always there is an ad of a bunker for sale it gets at least ten times more hits than homes for sale. Surely, many just click on it out of curiosity but many are seriously interested. What is it that makes bunkers so attractive for buyers?

Although it is considered as the ultimate hiding place, the average underground bunker usually has no windows, just air vents and most of the times no electricity, toilet or running water.

Most subterranean shelters would be accessible through a straight up concrete shaft with a steel ladder, accessed by some sort of concrete or steel hatch on the ground.

The perfect historical restoration project

For all buyers who are interested in a historical restoration venture they are just perfect. It is a truly unique project that is sure to seduce. Unfortunately, there are not as many out there as interested buyers. That’s why, despite the bad state they usually are in they are not cheap.

Some people have been very creative and building their own amazing backyard bunkers. In this case don’t forget to get the proper permits before.

We could also see a recent movement of newly built bunkers – many especially for the upper class – that offer all modern comfort you can think of and look like out of a sci fi movie.

The “bunker for sale scam”

Sadly, whatever triggers a lot of interest in many people also inspires others to come up with a scam. In the bunker story it is no different.

The scam we have seen so far is this:

There is an ad with nice and very cheap bunkers for sale. Once you contact the advertiser, he will explain that he is very sick that is why he priced his bunker for a quick sale. Due to his condition, he is also not able to show the property but someone else can be paid to show it. Therefore, he will ask you for some money to see the bunker before you buy it. Needless to say, that after paying the money you will not hear from him ever again or have any way to get through to him.

Here are some red flags to look out for:

  • Price is cheaper than normal
  • The seller asks money to show you the property

Another good way is to use the Google Reverse Image Search with the images the advertiser has in the ad. You may find that he copied them from another website.

Bio

Our Property under 20k team are the founders of www.propertyunder20k.com and www.listproperty4free.com with the goal to search the cheapest real estate in the world and make it easy for others to find. The team is made up of landlords, real estate investors, architects and builders from several different countries.  We just love to have a good strong cup of coffee while we write our experiences in this blog.

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