Buying or selling a home is frustrating for many reasons. One of these is housing prices: they’re up, they’re down, they’re fleeting. Most of us know this, but what we might not know is why.
Home buying is a major milestone and a dream come true for many. During your search, you’ll come across a variety of acronyms and terms, whether you hear them verbally or read them in print.
Buying a home for the first time can be a daunting task. Between dealing with realtors, banks, and credit agencies, the process can feel overwhelming. Homebuyers are at risk to make financial mistakes with dire consequences and can be easily taken advantage of. But fear not, we’re here to help.
There are several websites out there that will place a value on your home. Should you trust these online evaluations? Why or why not?
1 Relationships in the community we serve. We tour together, we work together and often we get familiar with each other’s work ethic and communication styles. These relationships matter to the sale or purchase of your home 2 Contacts. When you work with a local agent you get all their local contacts.
What are the most important key areas and questions to go over to make sure the house you choose is the right fit?
So you are prepping your home to be put on the market for sale…What are the key things you should consider when it comes to landscaping?
Selling your home can be a big undertaking. Between legal documents, and dealing with the buyer or seller and their real estate agent, it’s important to have someone reliable to lead you through the process. To help you get started selecting a real estate agent, we’ve come up with a video detailing a few ways to make sure the agent you choose is the right fit for you.