What Should You Do If Your Real Estate Agent Suggests a Selling Price That Seems Low?
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.
Possession Challenges You May Run Into When You Close On A Home
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.
Four Tips for Purchasing a Waterfront Home
23 January 2017
Purchasing a waterfront home is a dream come true for many people. After all, how many homes can you find that are actually along the beautiful, calming water? If you want to make this dream of yours a reality, you should consider these five tips.
Hire a Specialty Real-Estate Agent: The best way to ensure that you have access to all the waterfront homes for sale, you should work with a real-estate agent who specializes in working with waterfront homes.
Four Tips To Consider Before Purchasing A Condo
23 January 2017
When it comes to purchasing a home, you don't always have to buy a single-family one. Instead, you may consider a condo or even a townhome, which offers many benefits that don't always come with a single family home. However, before diving into the process of buying a condo, consider these four tips:
Talk to Realtor About Cost: First off, you must be honest with your realtor about what you can afford, this way they can show you realistic condos to consider for purchase.