Unlike retail businesses, which price their products based on inventory levels and market conditions, each seller is independent and has different selling motivations.
The fact is, your neighbor’s unsightly property can rub off on your own house’s curb appeal, no matter how much you’ve done to improve it. But you have options.
It is a delicate balance to have your home showing in its best possible light while also living there comfortably.
If you’re buying a flipped house, consider taking the following steps to ensure you don’t get any unpleasant surprises after closing.
Here’s a look at the factors that can determine the value of your outdoor space.
Owning a condo has many of the same benefits of owning a single-family home. But there are some rules and restrictions boomers and millennials alike often face when going the condo route.
Establishing your most important criteria upfront will help you stay on track as you move through the home buying process.
Selling your home? Here are five tips you should know, including knowing comps and your home’s market value.
The best way to prevent deals from going sideways is to prepare as best you can.
If you’re a buyer and you find yourself in love with a home alongside three, five or 10 other buyers, a letter can help. But don’t simply dash one off without giving it some thought, or you’ll be wasting your time.
If you’re in your 20s or 30s, don’t assume you can’t buy a home. There are tips and tricks to get you there.
If your home doesn’t attract interest in the first four weeks of being on the market, something’s wrong. Did you as the seller, do things to stall the sale?
It’s smart to think things through and take the walk-through seriously. Don’t see it as simply checking a box.
When you are in the market, be open to being creative, take the sole focus off the price and consider the seller’s entire sale situation.
From time to time, a buyer can unintentionally make the buying process more difficult, much to the agent’s frustration.