In today’s blog post we’ll share three easy ways that you can ruin the trust and rapport that you’ve built with your real estate agent – and how to avoid doing so.
Not all homeowners are aware that home insurance policies don’t necessarily cover damage related to a flood, as the risks are too great.
Buying a home is an exciting time, but there can be setbacks. In this article we’ll share 5 potential setbacks that home buyers will need to come to terms with to make a successful purchase.
Distressed real estate is real estate in need of serious repairs. These properties are often called “handyman specials.” If you have the skill or the money to complete the repairs, you can often find great deals. Here are some dos and donts of buying distressed real estate.
There’s at least one good thing about the drop in the dollar and it’s boosting the real estate market. Many high-end Europeans are now looking toward the U.S. for a vacation home or permanent residence, and that could mean big hope for your home for sale. However, this also means a different way of selling.
With the prices for everything skyrocketing these days, every penny counts. This includes your homeowner’s insurance costs.
Many home owners putting up their home for sale on the market donât have a lot of available cash to spruce it up.
Selling your home or property in a slow real estate market isn’t easy, but it can be done. Pricing your home right is the key to selling it within a reasonable amount of time.
Your home is good for many things, but using your home to reduce your tax burden may be one benefit you haven’t thought of.
Homeowners who want to increase the appeal of their residence before putting it up for sale can perform some do-it-yourself (DIY) kitchen upgrades that are sure to pique the interest of would-be buyers.