Are You Ready for Home Ownership? Find Out by Answering These 4 Questions

November 17, 2017 by John · Leave a Comment 

Have you been dreaming about a larger, roomier or more luxurious living space? Or perhaps just want to experience the joy of owning your own home and building your net worth instead of renting? Let’s explore a few questions that can help to answer whether or not you’re ready for a new lifestyle as a homeowner.

Should You Get a Home Inspection Before Selling Your Home? Let’s Take a Look

November 16, 2017 by John · Leave a Comment 

Give some thought to your home’s current condition. How old is it? When was its last professional inspection? Has your home suffered any significant weather or other kinds of damage? Let’s have a quick look at a few reasons why you may want to consider investing in a professional home inspection before selling your home.

4 Mistakes That Plague First-Time Home Sellers and How to Avoid Making Them

November 15, 2017 by John · Leave a Comment 

Are you thinking about selling your home? If this is your first time going through the selling process, you may be wondering just how well things are going to go. Selling a home is usually a smooth process – there are thousands sold each day – but issues can arise if you’re not careful. Let’s explore four mistakes that are commonly made by first-time home sellers and how you can avoid them.

Win the Bidding War With Our 5 Minute Guide to Making an Offer the Seller Won’t Refuse

November 14, 2017 by John · Leave a Comment 

Ask any experienced homeowner and you’ll learn that buying in a ‘hot’ real estate market can be challenging. A high supply of buyers competing for a low stock of available homes is a combination that can lead to bidding wars, price inflation and other headaches. The good news: with some careful preparation and the right mindset, a bidding war is one that you can win. Read on to learn how you can beat out other bidders by making an irresistible offer.

What Are the True Costs of Selling a Home? Let’s Take a Look

November 10, 2017 by John · Leave a Comment 

Are you thinking about selling your house? Before you decide to list your home up for sale, it is helpful to get a clear picture of how much it’s going to cost. Whether you are sprucing things up with a fresh coat of paint, replacing the roof membrane or just covering your taxes, there will be a few bills to pay. Let’s take a quick look at some of the true costs that you’ll incur when selling your home.

Buying a New Home? Make Your Move Easier With These Three Purging Tips

November 7, 2017 by John · Leave a Comment 

Are you thinking about buying a new house or apartment? While the prospect of a new home is undoubtedly exciting, you may be dreading the thought at having to pack everything up and move. In today’s blog post we will explore three tips for purging old, unwanted or forgotten items before making a move into a new home.

3 Key Ways That Driverless Cars Are Going to Reshape How We Design and Use Our Homes

November 3, 2017 by John · Leave a Comment 

Are you ready for the coming shift to driverless cars? While it might seem like some sort of futuristic vision, the truth is that driverless vehicles will be on the road within a few short years. Let’s explore three key ways that driverless cars are going to help to shape how we think about our homes in the very near future.

4 Things You Should Never, Ever Say If You Hope to Sell Your Home

October 31, 2017 by John · Leave a Comment 

Have you ever had a conversation with a total stranger where you said something that you regret? If you are placing your house or condo on the market, you’re eventually going to end up having to chat with potential buyers. Yes, your real estate agent is likely to do most of the talking. However, you will still have to deal with buyers that want to grill you about the home’s history, condition and more.

You Ask, We Answer: Should I Build a New Custom Home or Buy an Existing One?

October 26, 2017 by John · Leave a Comment 

Are you looking to buy a new house in the near future? If so, one of the choices you will face is constructing your own brand-new home or buying an existing home. The idea of building a new house on the right piece of land might sound enticing, but what if you could have a larger, more luxurious existing home in the same neighborhood for a much lower cost?

Buying an Older Home? Watch Out for These 3 Key Flaws That Could Spell Trouble

October 12, 2017 by John · Leave a Comment 

Are you a fan of homes with a bit more character than newer, modern designs? Whether in pristine condition or more of a “fixer upper,” older homes are incredibly popular in cities across the country. However, there are some key factors to consider if you’re thinking about buying a home built decades ago before modern standards were enforced.

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