3 Tips for Selling a Home That Needs Repairs

27 February 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you have a home that needs pretty extensive repairs, like a new roof or foundation crack repair, you may think you have no choice but to fix it before putting it on the market. But while finding a seller may be easier with the home in perfect condition, it's not impossible to sell a home as-is. Here are four tips to help you sell a home that needs repairs -- without making those repairs yourself. Read More 

4 Important Details You Should Include on a Purchase Offer for a House

27 February 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

When you have a real estate agent helping you purchase a house, he or she will help protect you by writing a purchase offer for the house you choose, and this offer will include a variety of different details, requests, or conditions. These items are very important to include when writing a purchase offer, and here are some of the things you may want to include when you write up the offer you will make for the house you would like to purchase. Read More 

What You Should Expect After Writing A Purchase Offer For A House

27 February 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

After writing a purchase offer for the house you want to buy, you might feel nervous and anxious as you wait for the seller to review it and give you an answer. If this is the first home you are buying, you may wonder what the potential outcomes could be after you submit your offer, and there are three main outcomes. Here are a few important things to know as you prepare to hear back from the seller. Read More 

Things To Consider Before Buying A Cape Cod-Style Home

24 February 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Cape Cod-style homes were quite popular in the 1940s and 1950s. These small homes are rectangular in shape. They have steep, slanted roofs with dormers, and the second floor is built into what would typically be the attic space. If you're on the hunt for a smaller home, you'll likely come across a lot of Cape Cods. But before buying one, it's important to consider both the pros and cons of this architectural style. Read More 

Want to Save Money by Buying a Foreclosure? Avoid Making These 3 Mistakes

23 January 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

When you're in the market to buy a home but are working with a limited budget, a foreclosed home can seem like the ideal option. It's a chance to buy more house than you'd ordinarily be able to afford, so whether you're looking to upgrade your own living situation, purchase a house to flip for a profit, or buy a home to rent out for extra income, a foreclosure could be a great opportunity for you. Read More