Think commission is the only reason a homeowner sells FSBO? Not Always!
Most FSBO’s just want to save money and not pay the normal commission to list their home through a Realtor. This article is a warning to homebuyers of unscrupulous reasons some other homeowners sell FSBO. I would have not known this homeowners intent had we not met face to face. She had no intention of being truthful to potential Buyer. She refused to complete the Seller’s Disclosure Notice and went FSBO instead. Continue reading
When searching for a new home, you may find that many desirable communities have homeowner associations (HOA) in place. This shouldn’t deter you from purchasing a home in your favorite neighborhood—there’s a lot to love about entering a community that features an HOA. Continue reading
A couple or individual is in the market to purchase their first home and has a long list of must-haves with an unrealistic budget. Sounds like any other homebuyer, right?
Millennials, young adults in their twenties and early thirties, are unlike any client Realtors have encountered before. Even top real estate agents can find themselves flummoxed as to the most effective methods for providing the best service to millennial homebuyers. Continue reading
Buying a home is a significant milestone in anyone’s life. There are so many factors that come into play when you’re looking to make that first major purchase. One of the more important decisions to be made is whether to buy an older home someone has already lived in or one that is brand new. For those who are opting for the latter choice, it can be exhilarating to know you are the very first person to live in the dwelling. But there are some things to consider before you pull the trigger. Continue reading
Buying your first home can be exciting. Not only are you investing in a property purchase that will one day show a significant financial return, but you’re also getting a place that is your own, where you can paint the walls any color you want and play loud music without upsetting neighbors on the other side of the wall.
Of course, taking on so much debt can also be pretty stressful the first time around. Are you making wise financial decisions? Can you really afford a home purchase? What if you lose your job?
There are many concerns associated with this major purchase, but there are also a lot of benefits to be gained. Plus, there are plenty of resources to help you choose wisely. Here are just a few dos and don’ts to get you started. Continue reading
Whether you’re a first-time home buyer or you’ve decided to upgrade to your dream home, the process of seeking and purchasing property can be a little stressful, to say the least. The size of this investment is daunting for most people, and you want to make the right choice.
With a few simple strategies, however, you can greatly reduce the anxiety that tends to go hand-in-hand with home buying. Here are a few tips to keep your stress low and enjoy the process. Continue reading
Real estate markets are always changing. Depending on your city and timing, you may be able to score the deal of a lifetime buying your first home. A first home purchase is likely the biggest purchase you will have ever made in your life, so knowing what you’re getting into and making an educated decision is imperative when getting started. Continue reading
Moving into your first home is an exciting, fun, and expensive endeavor. When you get moved in day one, it is tempting to rush and start spending big to make the home your own. It is a good idea to take a little time before spending too big. Here are some common mistakes for new first time homeowners. Continue reading