Selling Your Luxury Home? Proactive Marketing Tips That Really Work

Posted on: 21 November 2016

Selling the typical three bedroom, two bath suburban home can have some challenges but the rate of success is still very high simply because the pool of possible buyers is so large. Selling a luxury home, however, can be much more difficult because the group of buyers who can afford it is a much smaller segment of the home buying public. If you are preparing to sell your luxury home and would like to increase your chances of a successful sale, consider using one or more of the following proactive marketing tips to help you succeed. [Read More]

The Suburban Commute: The Selling Point For Many Homebuyers And How To Use It

Posted on: 17 November 2016

When you are starting out as a fresh-faced real estate agent, you are taught how to sell to all kinds of people. Everyone looks for something a little different in the places they call home, and you have to figure out what that is and find it for them. However, there are also some very common selling points that you might overlook when you are trying to find your clients the perfect home. [Read More]

Ready For Mortgage, But Not For Marriage? 3 Home-Buying Tips For Unmarried Couples

Posted on: 15 November 2016

There are a lot of reasons why you and your partner may have decided to delay marriage or even skip it all together. There's no reason why you have to get married to live your lives together, but being an unmarried couple does make some things – like home ownership – a bit trickier. If you and your partner are not married, but you are ready to invest in a home of your own, take a look at some tips that can help. [Read More]

Considering Buying A House In A 55+ Community? 3 Things To Do

Posted on: 15 November 2016

If you're at or approaching retirement age and looking to relocate, you've probably at least considered the possibility of buying a home in a 55+ community. These age-restricted communities come in many forms, such as condos, apartments, mobile homes, and single-family homes. The one thing they all have in common is that they cater to the needs of seniors. If you think that a senior community might be the right place for you to settle in, take a look at some things you should do when touring communities. [Read More]