Working with the right agent can deliver big benefits for buyers and sellers alike.
When it comes to buying and selling homes, conventional wisdom has its flaws.
Whether you purchased your home four years ago or 40, selling for the first time can be tricky. Here are some important points to consider when you list your home for sale.
You’ve got two options when it comes to a home you’ve outgrown: add on or trade up. Which is right for you?
Listing your home is enough to make anyone want to run and hide. But if it’s time to sell, you’ll have to face your fears.
The days may be getting shorter, but the home-shopping benefits are growing.
It’s natural to feel a little apprehensive when making a major purchase, but home buying shouldn’t scare you out of your wits.
Get to know the two types of shoppers in the market for a new home this season.
If your soon-to-be home takes a hit during this in-between stage, be sure you know who is responsible for repairs.
Ready to start your home search? Here’s where to begin.
Not ready to sell your home, but planning to list it in a year or so? Taking action now can help position you to attract buyers later.
Buyers are wary of homes that have been on the market too long. No offers yet? It may be time to take action.
You’ve mastered the search process and know all the questions to ask at an open house. Now make sure you’re really ready to make your first offer.
Whether you’re in the next state or across the country, selling a home remotely can be tough. To pull it off, you’ll need to plan ahead and get some help from a local agent.
Buyers in search of a bargain may be tempted by foreclosed home listings. But are they as great a deal as they seem?