Once you’ve found the perfect new home and delivered your first offer to the seller, you may find that they return with a counteroffer or a flat out refusal. In this blog post we’ll share a few ways to manage an unreasonable or stubborn home seller so you can get the deal closed.
Are you thinking about using a mortgage to buy a new home? In this blog post we’ll discuss mortgage calculators and how to use one of these tools to determine your monthly mortgage payments, interest charges, amortization periods and more.
Are you moving to a new city? In today’s blog post we’ll share a few reasons why meeting the neighbors can help you feel right at home in your new community.
You’ve found the perfect new house or condo, and you are now preparing an offer that you believe the seller will find tempting enough to accept. The question is, should you ask the seller to pay some or all of the closing costs?
When you are looking for a new property, you might find yourself booked in to look at 5-6 properties in one day. In these situations, it can be difficult to remember all of the features that each property had.
You might love your furry friends, but are their pet odors turning off potential buyers when you are trying to sell your home?
Many cat and dog owners are around their animal companions so often that they become immune to the smell and don’t notice it in their home, so you might not even realize that your home smells of pet odor.
So you are looking at buying a home, but you are wondering whether or not it is worth it to pay a little extra for a home with one more bedroom.
Itâs a tough decision to make, especially when balancing other factors such as location and the other features of the home. However, having one more bedroom than you think you need could end up being a good thing for a number of reasons.
What happens if you find the dream property that you want to buy before you have made the sale on your old property? Here are a few ideas to keep your purchase transaction together.
A recent study done by HouseMaster, a major home inspection company, stated that at least 40 percent of previously owned homes on the market have at least one serious issue or defect.