Ahh, October. The temperatures are dropping, the leaves are changing, the days are getting shorter and Halloween candy & Pumpkin Spice everything has filled the stores. Before the craziness of the holiday season starts to set in, it’s a great time to tackle some home maintenance chores.
It’s true that there’s a lot to know about your house, but much of that information comes with time and experience. Here are a few common questions that are often assumed you already know the answers to or that you can figure out on your own:
So, you have decided to sell your house. All you need to do now is sign some paperwork and put a sign in the front yard, right? Not so fast! What you do before the “For Sale” sign goes on your front lawn is just as important as when it finally arrives.
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Moving into a new home is an exciting time, and you’re probably daydreaming about decor and paint schemes and new furniture. But before you get into the fun stuff, there are some basics you should cover first.
Recently, you may have heard things like “we are in a hot sellers market”, or “housing inventory is low right now”. But what do those things mean? What exactly is a “seller’s market”?
There are a lot of things that can go wrong when trying to sell your home, but a good agent will be able guide you through and ease those fears.
Many home buyers and sellers are confused about the earnest money deposit. What is it, who gets it, and when?
Whether you are saving for that first home, or just trying manage your current one, it’s always a great idea to put together a budget. It can not only help you save, but it can show you exactly where your hard earned money is going!
We’ve all heard the phrase “A picture is worth a thousand words”. Well, when it comes to selling your home “A picture is worth a thousand dollars….or more”, is a bit more accurate.
More often then not, buying a home can be a crazy, intimidating, stressful and wildly exciting process, especially for first time home buyers. The more prepared you are before you actually start going out and viewing homes, the easier the whole process will be. So, here are 3 steps to prepare yourself before you buy!