Find out why many real estate agents call them “long-and-drawn-out sales.”
If you have a difficult tenant and suspect he won’t be cooperative, it may be best to let the rental lease expire before you put your home on the market.
Sometimes the relationship just doesn’t seem to be working out as expected. There may come a time to call it quits.
Real estate success or failure may depend a lot on picking the right agent from the beginning.
Before you decide to sell your home, consider whether it makes more sense to stay put and remodel your space to make it work.
Most people own the air rights above their homes up to a point and air rights in big cities can sometimes result in big money.
Do your due diligence to ensure you know about liens, easements or land grants made on property you’re thinking about purchasing.
Make your home listing more appealing to today’s tech-savvy buyers.
As you approach buying a home this year, it helps to focus on the long term by keeping the following five best practices in mind.
Though every market is different, you can expect to follow these seven steps, from offer to closing.
Most would-be buyers and sellers believe the real estate “deal” is negotiated at the signing of the contract. The reality, though, is that in many cases, the deal-making and negotiations only start at the contract signing.
Usually, the buyer is faced more line-item expenses, but the seller pays the commission.
The reality is, the home buying season is now year-round.
Sale pending can mean a few different things, but generally it indicates that all contingencies have been removed, and the buyer is moving toward closing.
Someone buying a home with credit can still compete against cash buyers and win.