One of the questions / concerns that my team and I get frequently is that our clients want to move to a new house, but they don’t want to be homeless in the process, which is a valid concern, especially if you have kids or drive a smart car!
Wow, summer went fast! Technically, it’s still summer for a little longer but with all the kids back in school, football season here, and pumpkin spice everything in the stores it is starting to feel like fall.
Hot in spots. That’s how I’d describe this summer’s real estate market.
Whether you are a first-time home buyer, or you’ve bought and sold several homes over your lifetime, there are 4 simple steps to take when you are ready to purchase:
You’ve just moved in to your new home! Congratulations are certainly in order. Continue reading →
Now that the holidays have passed, the real estate market typically picks up during the first couple weeks of January and then slows again until the weather turns more favorable.
Did you know that right now is the best time of the year to start the process of building a new home?
The pace of home sales has been steady in the past month overall.
If you lack a credit history report, you may still qualify for a home loan using other alternatives to prove your creditworthiness.
Good credit can help you open the door to homeownership.
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Did you know that in Scotland, home owners paint their front door red when they pay off their mortgage?
Some people have recently asked me if this crazy real estate market we are in is a “Bubble” and are wondering if it will burst?
Sometimes I feel like a broken record that is stuck on “The Real Estate Market is Hot!” but the truth is that the market IS hot.
I know that I’ve been saying for a while that the real estate market is crazy, but just when I think it can’t get any crazier…it does!
Good news for home buyers utilizing FHA loans!
The one aspect of buying or selling a house that nearly every participant in the home buying or selling process fears the most is the home inspection and the subsequent negotiation of repairs.