You’ve probably heard people say that the spring and summer months are the best times of year to sell your house. They probably also told you all of the popular reasons too: “most buyers like to house-hunt when the weather is nice”; “people with kids usually want to move before a new school year begins”;
Here’s an October 2016 update on the trends for the Las Vegas and Southern California real estate markets.
You’ve started your search for a new home. You’ve spent days scrolling through pages of listings online and you’re starting to think this whole exercise is a giant waste of time. Then you spot it – the house that checks off many of the items on your wish list and it’s listed at a price
Whether you’re prepping your home for sale or just looking to spruce things up, swapping out the flooring in your home (or even in one or two rooms) can really change the look of the whole house. However, before you jump in the car and head over to your nearest home improvement center, it’s important
Buying a home is an exciting milestone, but it can also be an expensive one. And the costs don’t stop once the closing paperwork is signed. Appliances can break, air conditioners quit, and leaks happen. So what does that mean for you and your wallet? Bringing out a professional repairperson usually isn’t cheap, and that’s
It’s finally here! The day you’ve been waiting for since you put in the purchase offer on that new house – that’s right, it’s moving day! While it’s sure to be an exciting (albeit hectic) day, make it a little easier on yourself by keeping some essentials close-at-hand.
You’re ready to make a move. Maybe you’ve decided to take the plunge and purchase your first house or you’re newly retired, the kids have moved out and you’re thinking it’s time to downsize.Whatever the reason, you fire up your laptop and pull up some local home listings on the Web.
Spring and summer are considered to be the prime season for home buying and selling. While this can be good for sellers because it means there are more people out there looking for homes, there’s also more competition for buyers’ attention.
If you’re looking to buy, you probably already started building your checklist of things to consider: asking price, lot size, neighborhood safety, proximity to parks and schools… but what about a homeowners’ association?
It’s a question that many have asked themselves: should I continue to rent or should I buy? Owning a home has long been considered part of the American dream, but how do you know if it’s right for you?