Looking To Buy A Home? 5 Questions To Ask

If you are looking to purchase a home, there are some questions to ask before you decide to put in an offer. These questions will provide you with a better idea of the home's condition, if you can afford it, and if it meets your long-term needs. What can I afford? First, when looking at homes, you need to consider how much you can pay on a monthly basis to live in the home. [Read More]

Why You Should Use an Architectural Property Selling Consultant's Services When Selling a Unique Home

If you have a unique home — such as if you were interested in buying a unique property when you purchased your home or if you had your home specially designed by an architect so that it would be unique and different from the other homes in the neighborhood — then you might have always enjoyed owning it. Now, though, you might be ready to sell it for some reason or another. [Read More]

What To Do When You Can't Just Pay All-Cash Up Front

The wild world of real estate has seen many cash buyers for years, but the move of people from more expensive states over the past year to less expensive states has aggravated this issue. Whether you're going up against an investment company snapping up properties to increase their rental inventory, or whether you're surrounded by people with hefty profits from previous home sales offering cash for a new home, the situation looks bleak. [Read More]

3 Things to Know About Pocket Listings

You can find homes for sale in many ways, but the most common way is by looking at home listing databases online. Your real estate agent uses this technique, too, when finding homes to show you, but this is not the only way to find listings. You can also find them in other ways, including asking your agent about pocket listings. Do you know what these are? If not, here are three things to understand about these listings. [Read More]