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5 Places You DON’t Want To Look For A Realtor

27 September 2018
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Buying or selling a home can have a ton of ups and downs. Hiring the right realtor for you, your house, and your financial situation can help keep everything on an even keel for the duration of the sale. The best way to find a realtor is to ask friends, family, and co-workers which agent they used and if they would work with that person again. There are several places you shouldn't look for an agent as well. Read More …

Buying Your First Home? 3 Tips For Sticking To A Budget

27 September 2018
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

When you begin shopping to buy your first home, you'll begin to notice just how much prices can vary depending on the neighborhood or square footage. When you're working with a limited budget, you could end up frustrated due to how limited your options are for homes you can afford. Instead of getting frustrated over the homes available or the money you have set aside, it's a good idea to look into what can help with sticking to a budget while house-hunting. Read More …

3 Things To Know About A Home Inspection When Buying A House

26 September 2018
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you plan on buying a house anytime soon, there is one contingency you should always include on the purchase offer – a home inspection contingency. This contingency protects you and is vital for any house deal. As you prepare to buy a house, here are three things to understand about a home inspection. What a home inspection contingency means Putting a home inspection contingency on a purchase offer means that you are agreeing to buy the house for the terms you listed on the agreement, but that you have the right to get the house inspected before you go through with the purchase of it. Read More …

Features To Look For In A Retirement Home

26 September 2018
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you are nearing the age of retirement and no longer need the big house you live in, now might be a good time to start preparing for downsizing. Downsizing is a common event for seniors, and it typically involves moving from a bigger house to a smaller one. If you are ready to take this step, here are some of the top features you might want to look for in the house you purchase to live in after you retire. Read More …

Why Depersonalizing Helps Sell A House And How To Do It

26 September 2018
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

When you contact a real estate agency to schedule an appointment for an agent to come to your home to list it, one of the things the agent might recommend is depersonalizing your house. This is a common request made by agents, and they make this request because it can make a difference with selling your house. Here are three things to understand about depersonalizing your home. What it means Read More …