Moving out of one home and into another can seem simple but there are some complexities to moving that require a detail account of activities and items. There are some areas of a move that you need to know about that can help you ensure an organized and positive move. Here are some moving tips to get through a seamless move. Taking a deep dive into what you own, knowing what you need for your next home, understanding how you are going to transport your home’s contents, and what you need when you move in can bring you some serenity before the unpacking begins. Read More
Home buying can be tricky as you need to save money, pre-qualify for a mortgage, establish and manage a budget, and find the house that meets your criteria. But while all this is happening, there are some actions that you may not want to take like applying for a credit card. Nor do you want to be buying a new car or making an investment into a large purchase. And definitely do not change jobs right before buying a home. All of these activities could have an impact on your final mortgage approval. And thus, your home purchase.
This infographic shares some details about what actions not to take as you are considering buying a home. Jensen and Company is a real estate firm in Salt Lake City, UT but these principles apply across the US. Read More
Over 5 million homes were sold in the United States last year. But, not every seller was able to secure the original listing price or took a long time to sell their home. Preparing your home for sale can be a bit involved, however there are a few steps any homeowner can take to help streamline the process and possibly even sell your home faster without spending a fortune on updating or drastically reducing their sale price. The following tips any homeowner can follow when readying their home for a sale. Read More
HomeZada is a huge asset when it comes to selling your home, but failing to pair it with a top agent could mean months on the market, costing you thousands. There are a lot of licensed real estate agents, but actually very few who do it well enough for a full-time living. And even fewer who consistently outperform the local market. You’d probably never invest your money with a part-time financial planner, or have a procedure done by a part-time doctor; that’s why using a friend who’s a part-time real estate agent, though simple, might not actually be the best choice. Read More
HomeZada users now have some new functionality that they can use when they are ready to sell their homes. As our users track the details about their home, especially the physical structure or fixed assets of the home in the home inventory functionality, they can then use this information to market their home. The rich data that a HomeZada user has collected to understand their home is the same detailed information to present to buyers when they are searching for homes. This is a great way to engage buyers and showcase your home, almost like your online open house. Read More