Owning your own home is often described as The American Dream. Unfortunately, due to individual circumstances like your financial situation and factors out of your control like the housing market, owning a home may not happen right away. Instead, many people opt to rent a home in the meantime. But is this the right choice […]
As with any industry, not every client is easy to work with. Perhaps they second-guess every decision or are rude. But at what point is it appropriate to “fire” a client and end your business relationship with them?
Selling a home is often not the simplest of tasks: You must find a reputable Realtor to help you sell, market the property, obtain an MLS listing, the list goes on. When a buyer makes an offer on your home, they may offer what is known as an escalation clause. Ask yourself the following questions […]
Selling your home is a monumental task—especially if you are forgoing a real estate agent and selling on your own (Hint: We recommend hiring a professional real estate agent!). While you want to sell your home through traditional listings, social media may help your home find a buyer faster. Here are some tips to help you sell […]
When you purchase a home, you know there is a lot that goes into keeping your investment safe. You had the home inspected, repaired if needed, and know about the area you home is in. All-in-all, everything looks good and surely you don’t need the extra expense of homeowner’s insurance on top of all the […]
You love this home: It has all the features you are looking for and on the surface, it looks perfect. But don’t let that distract you. There is a lot of work that goes into finding the perfect home and that means managing your expectations. Here’s what you need to keep an eye out for […]
When you shop around for the best home loan for your financial needs, you will likely come across what is known as a private lender, as opposed to a government or conventional lender. But is a private lender right for you and what is it anyway?
With a poor reputation comes a home that can be difficult to sell. If your property is considered stigmatized you will have to go the extra mile in order to find a buyer and a good selling price. Here’s what you should know about selling your stigmatized property:
You’ve just moved into your new home! Congratulations! As a new homeowner, there are several rules and etiquettes to follow to maintain a good relationship with your neighbors. Even if there are no houses rights next to yours, these homeowner etiquette rules are still important to abide by:
Escrow is when money is held by a third party on behalf of two other parties that are in the process of a large financial transaction—in this case, the home buyer and the home seller negotiating a home sale.
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