3 Things To Evaluate Before You Make An Offer On A House

Posted on: 22 May 2017

If you are shopping for a home to buy and find the one that seems perfect for your family, your next step will be to put in an offer on the home and wait to see if the seller accepts it. This is an important step when buying a house; however, here are three other important things you may want to do before you make the offer. The distance the house is from your job and other places you frequently go to [Read More]

Four Reasons To Consider Selling Your House For Cash

Posted on: 28 February 2017

The decision to sell a home is a big step for most homeowners. Not only will it mean making arrangements to rent or buy another home, it usually also means spending a considerable amount of time and money to make repairs, clean, organize, and prepare the house for sale. In some cases, however, time or financial constraints may make this type of preparation difficult or even impossible. If you are planning to sell your home soon and are worried about having the resources necessary to make it compete well in the traditional real estate market, a cash sale may be a better choice. [Read More]

What Should You Do If Your Real Estate Agent Suggests a Selling Price That Seems Low?

Posted on: 24 February 2017

One of the first steps involved with listing your home with a real estate agency is meeting with an agent to sign paperwork and determine an asking price. If the agent you choose suggests an asking price that seems a lot lower than what you had hoped for, you may wonder what your options are.  Discuss It With the Agent The first thing you can do is talk about it with the agent and ask him or her why this price was suggested. [Read More]

Possession Challenges You May Run Into When You Close On A Home

Posted on: 13 February 2017

It's common for home buyers to assume they'll receive keys to their new home the moment they close, and sometimes this happens. Most of the time, however, closing and possession are two separate events that happen days, weeks, or  even months apart. Here are two things that may affect your possession date and what you can do to avoid or deal with them. The Seller Can't Move in Time One common reason for possession delays is due to the home seller being unable to move out of the property within the allotted time period. [Read More]