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It’s the Little Things
The average homebuyer generally has a must-have checklist: a master bathroom; an open kitchen with no obnoxiously colored tile in the kitchen; plentiful outdoor space, perhaps. Beyond these quantifiable items, though, there are aspects of choosing a home that take more time and effort to...Posted On: 10/18/2017
Corporate Sales
Sellers: If your home is priced in the low six-figures, is in a good school district and has three bedrooms and maybe two baths, prepare for the possibility of a lightning-fast sale, even if you haven’t spruced up the place. Families looking to purchase an affordable home are sometimes...Posted On: 10/04/2017
House Money
One of the first questions many soon-to-be homebuyers ask themselves is if they will be able to handle the mortgage payments. Now, many homebuyers are hoping they can ease their mortgage pain by letting their house make money. The idea is fueled by internet sites, such as Airbnb, which...Posted On: 09/27/2017
Projects for a Perfect Next Summer
It may seem a bit premature to think about getting your house ready for next summer when this summer has just past. But now is the ideal time to get your outdoor projects completed before the 2018 summer begins. While the sky’s the limit in terms of what you can tackle, here are a few to...Posted On: 09/13/2017
Closing Time
Knowing what to expect from the pile of closing paperwork – and how to be prepared – can make the process go a lot smoother. For starters, plan to have all your financial ducks in a row well in advance of your closing date, says Jeremy Gulish, a realtor with Keller Williams Towne...Posted On: 09/06/2017
4 Home Shopping Tips
It’s not easy to be sure-footed through every step, especially for first-time buyers. But experts can provide guidance on navigating the twisting path, ending at the right new home for you: 1. Meet Lenders This is not the fun part. Most real estate agents insist buyers get...Posted On: 09/05/2017
Many Plan to Buy in 5 Years
Fifty-four percent of Americans are planning to buy a home in the next five years, a figure that’s up 12 percent from last year. Those surveyed also are willing to pay an average of $277,000 for a home and plan to contribute an average 32 percent down payment. These numbers appear...Posted On: 07/12/2017
Millennials Changing the Idea of Home
Posted On: 07/05/2017
A Sort-Of Secret Home for Sale
Since the economic crisis last decade, observers say there’s been a discreet build-up in “pocket listings,” whereby sales occur without the property ever being listed on the multiple listing service, the data networks brokerages share to spread information about available...Posted On: 06/14/2017
Homeowners Reluctant To Tap Equity
Even though the housing crisis ended a decade ago, most homeowners are reluctant to take out home equity lines of credit (HELOCs), according to a recent survey. The survey also found that one in five homeowners are unfamiliar with these types of loans and 30 percent do not know how to apply...Posted On: 06/07/2017

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