No matter how much money you spend on a photographer or time editing pictures, staging your home before putting it on the market will go a long way in delivering your desired outcome. We’re sharing a few worthwhile tips to consider while you start planning.
As remote work becomes more common, many people contemplate moving away from the cities and suburbs to quieter locales. Although living in densely populated areas has advantages, there are plenty of perks to residing in a small town, like more space, knowing your neighbors, and being in a laid-back atmosphere. If you’ve found yourself wondering what moving to a small town would be like, there are a few things you’ll want to consider.
With so many costs associated with buying and selling homes, it’s understandable that some people may want to forgo their home inspection. Still, most real estate professionals will tell you that having a home inspection is well worth the investment, and most lenders will require it. We’ll cover a few things you can expect regarding home inspections.
Although it may be necessary, downsizing your home can be a bittersweet and cumbersome experience. Items representing beloved memories can pile up quickly but often lead to overwhelming clutter.
Are you preparing to sell your home? While the current market is favorable for those hoping to cash in on their investment, there’s still plenty you can do to maximize your profits while minimizing the wait time. And a lot can change in a short time! Check out these real estate seller tips to gain more insight.
The idea of selling your home yourself—listing it “for sale by owner” (FSBO)—can seem like a good idea on the surface. The average real estate agent’s commission is approximately four to six percent, so it makes sense that some sellers would consider going at it alone.
Defining characteristics of a dream house are different depending on who is buying, so there’s a wide range of questions. We’ll help you get down to the nitty-gritty.
Buying a home for the first time presents many challenges. The whole process can seem confusing and daunting, especially when you hear real estate acronyms like FSBO, PITI, and APR.
We are here to help you navigate the Crystal Coast market. Here are five things to avoid when you are buying in a seller’s market.
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