When it comes to buying residential real estate, homeowners insurance plans are necessary. For one thing, the lender would require you to have coverage before you could close the deal. That way, they have protection. After all, until you pay off your mortgage loan, the lender owns the asset. So, it wants to do everything possible to avoid losing money.Read More
For some people, modern homes just aren’t their thing. A classic home from another time in history can draw a person’s attention for many reasons. However, before you make any final decisions, there are a few things to look out for when you’re buying an old house. If you’re comfortable with the potential work or way of living that may come with an older home, you should be good to go on your purchase.Read More
You’ve already found the right real estate agent, gotten your home ready for sale, learned how to safely sell your home during COVID-19, learned how to sell your home in a seller’s market, learned how to choose the best offer on your home during, and negotiated with the buyer.
Now, it’s time to learn what you as the seller will be expected to pay in closing costs.Read More
You’ve now found the perfect real estate agent and navigated how to stay safe when selling your home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, it’s time to list your home, and you’re in luck — the housing market is currently experiencing a seller’s market. This means you’ll hopefully realize a large profit after your sale, even after paying all the costs associated with selling your home.Read More
If you’ve ever shopped for a home, you know just how exciting…yet frightening, it can be. From hidden problems, to bad neighbors, the fear over picking the “right” home can seem overwhelming.
How do you know what is the best location? If you love two homes fairly equally, how do you decide on the one that’s right for you?Read More