29 June 2016
Whether you are selling your starter home or this is just the latest of many homes you have bought and sold in your lifetime, you probably already know how important it is to work with an experienced real estate agent. However, choosing the right person is not always as easy as it seems. Fortunately, by asking the following three questions, you can be a little more sure that the real estate agent with whom you will soon be signing contracts will be the right person for the job.
27 May 2016
If you have ever found yourself struggling to sell your home, you know how effective a good realtor can be. Unfortunately, not all pairs of realtors and sellers work well together. It is often necessary to consider hiring a new realtor to handle your home. If you have been thinking about how to best handle your transaction, you might consider looking for a new realtor. These four signs will show you that perhaps it's time to take action and switch realtors.
3 May 2016
Investing in real estate has become popular again, and many Americans are acknowledging the benefits of investing in prime real estate. In fact, a recent study showed that 1 in 4 Americans think that real estate is the best investment vehicle at the moment for money that they would not need in the next decade. While real estate can be very profitable, finding the right property can be difficult at times with all of the competition that's out there.
13 April 2016
When a house has a major problem or defect of some kind, it can be tempting for the owner to want to conceal this issue. Homeowners are not legally allowed to do this though, and there are consequences of this action. If your home has a major problem, you might be afraid you will never find a buyer; however, you have a legal obligation to let people know of this problem.
21 March 2016
If you are hoping to sell your home in the future, there are a few personal touches you might want to avoid when it comes to redecorating. The more individualized a space is, the harder this will be to sell. Here are four upgrades you should try to avoid before selling. 1. Remodels Under the Radar Without the proper permits, it will be hard for buyers to understand what remodeling projects were actually done properly, and the official square footage of your home might be incorrect.
21 January 2016
Starting a career as a real estate agent can be a very exciting and rewarding opportunity. However, one of the greatest challenges that new agents encounter is marketing their clients' homes. This is especially true if you have a limited budget and few professional connections. Luckily, if you are finding it difficult to attract new clients or buyers, you might benefit from utilizing the following couple of marketing tips. Utilize QR Codes