Options To Consider When You Encounter A Problem During The Final Walkthrough

Posted on: 15 October 2017

When you and your realtor conduct a final walkthrough of the home that you're in the process of buying, you don't want to encounter any surprises. Hopefully, any changes that you requested of the current owner have been adequately made, and you and your agent will finish the walkthrough feeling excited about the deal to be finalized. However, this won't always be the case. There may be times that you notice problems during the walkthrough, such as an issue that you didn't previously identify, or things that weren't done as requested. [Read More]

Insight And Tips To Help Make Your Home More Attractive For Its Sale

Posted on: 9 October 2017

When it is time to sell your home, you have many options to get it on the market and sold. You can hire a full-cost real estate agent, use the services of a discount realtor, or sell the home yourself. Selling your home by yourself can save you several thousand dollars in commission, which you can put toward other expenses of moving and setting up your new household. Here are some tips you can use to make your home more attractive to buyers to help you sell your home without a realtor. [Read More]

3 Things To Look For When Looking At Houses For Sale

Posted on: 4 October 2017

If you are looking at houses for sale and you have a family, then you have likely put a lot of time and thought into what you want to eventually purchase. Doing this can help ensure that you get a home that is a perfect fit for your family. This article will discuss 3 things to look for when looking at homes for families.  Land  One very important thing to look for if you want a home to raise a family in is a decent amount of land. [Read More]

3 Tips For Checking Out A Vacant Lot Before Buying And Building Your New House On It

Posted on: 2 October 2017

Instead of buying a house, you may have decided to purchase a vacant lot on which you can build your dream home. Before you buy a vacant property, however, use the following tips for checking it out to make sure it is suitable for construction. Find Out about Any Prior Usage Finding out about how the lot was used before could impact your ability to build a house on it, as well as how you must deal with the land before construction. [Read More]