According to the experts, there are 10 mistakes we do when trying to organize our "stuff". Sometimes when trying to organize piles of paper and heaps of clothes, we end up with a bigger mess than before. So how does it happen? Here's the advice the experts recommend: Mistake No. 1: Buying storage bins before cracking open … Continue reading Ready to Get Your Home Organized? Don’t Make These Mistakes.
We have all heard that high prices are great for Sellers and low inventory is extremely difficult for Buyers. This is a problem we are facing through out most of our country. Trading up has become an increasingly difficult prospect across the nation, leaving many homeowners stuck in their starter homes. Sometimes for good. The reasons … Continue reading Stuck With a Starter Home? 10 Places Where Trading Up Is Toughest
Items that are most commonly noted on Inspection Reports Repairing common inspection issues before you list your home can provide many benefits to both you and the buyer i.e. negotiating the price and speed up the home inspection to prevent delay in closing. Some buyers get nervous and walk away from purchasing if there are too many items noted … Continue reading Common Items Found On Inspection Reports
Source: TJ Jenkins from Home Team Lending in Greeley CO Do you have questions about appraisals? Tonja Jenkins, from Home Team Lending in Greeley CO gets asked about appraisals quite often. So she decided to ask their in-house appraisal manager to answer the questions they hear the most. Here they are! Q: Is there a … Continue reading Most Common Questions Asked about Appraisals
Housing’s Hottest Markets: May 2017 Amid scarce supplies and high buyer demand, homes are selling fast across the country. Home prices are rising as well: The nationwide median home list price rose above $250,000 for the first time, realtor.com® reports. The median list price is 10 percent higher than a year ago. According to the … Continue reading Hottest Markets Across the Country
Rehab or Rent Out? Real Estate Investment Tips for Beginners With mortgage rates still hovering near historic lows, more people are turning to real estate investments as a way to build and preserve wealth. Whether you start fixing and flipping properties or buying and renting them out for monthly cash flow, either investment … Continue reading Rehab or Rent Out? Tips for Beginners
Should You Buy a New or Existing Home? Maybe your dream home has the intricate details that you usually find only in older construction - wainscoting and crown molding in the interior, the front porch with a swing, an older tree shading the back yard, and the white picket fence. Or maybe your dream home … Continue reading Is It Better to Buy New or Existing Home?