Buying a new home or property is a daring challenge many people fail to stand up to. A good deal in the real estate market is not a dime a dozen, and can be quite difficult to strike. Those becoming homeowners for the first time should brace themselves. Especially when operating on a tight budget. To make the decision making process easier, you must come up with a list of non-negotiables. These are the elements and properties of the living environment you cannot do without. Read More
Buying real estate can oftentimes seem intimidating. Especially, when you are not actually in the industry. What forms do we need, what is recommended to do before, during and after buying a home? Can I carry a proper negotiation if I do not understand the real estate terms and the processes.
Here are some great definitions of real estate terms from the group at HouseHunt and Inman.com that can make you feel more comfortable when purchasing a house. By understanding these terms, you will also feel confident when negotiating when buying or selling a home.
This Halloween season there is nothing to be afraid of when thinking about buying a home. Read More
Mary Lou Galea, a realtor in St. Petersburg, FL found the perfect closing gift to provide her clients once they purchased their homes. She tested HomeZada to determine how it could help her clients manage their home moving forward. With the ability to take a comprehensive home inventory, store data like manuals and warranties, document multiple homes and jazz up a listing when the home is ready to sell, Mary Lou provides a digital home management tool to her clients.
HomeZada Professional enables realtors to extend their brand beyond the sale. Any real estate agent can showcase their branding in the system when the data and account are transferred to the client. This makes it easy for the client to reach their realtor if any questions arise once the sale is complete. For more information about Mary Lou’s experience, please visit Florida Realtor Magazine.
Using HomeZada Professional
Mary Lou uses HomeZada for specific tasks to help better engage her clients. She creates a rich listing with unlimited photos and information the property. This increase SEO on the property because each photos had the property address. She stores user and repair guides. No one wants this in hard copy anymore. With her rich listing, she created a home inventory for the new buyers to engage. She also stays in touch after the closing with her branding making her clients comfortable. She has definitely differentiated her brand.
When it comes to California real estate, there are plenty of laws and rules related to the buying or selling a house. However, anyone who has ever purchased real estate knows that reading, understanding, and quickly signing a bunch of pre-printed forms is often an unsettling process. Before you sign, here are a few basics to consider when buying or selling a home. Read More
You have butterflies in your stomach. You can’t decide which perfume to use — flowery and feminine or bold so he knows you mean business. Should you start in the kitchen or go straight upstairs? And should you tell him about that thing in the attic?
You have a date with a house inspector, and you can’t back out now.
A home inspection is a crucial step in putting your house on the market. Buyers need to collect as much information about the property as possible to be sure they’re investing wisely. And for sellers, a poor prognosis can mean the difference between an easy sale and a long list of costly repairs.