You love the bright walls and furniture, but once your home is on the market you need to make it as neutral as possible.
If you work from home, your computer, monitors and other office electronics might not be covered by your standard homeowners policy.
It’s essential to have the right marketing plan, pricing strategy and real estate agent.
Upfront research can save you a lot of time and headaches.
Real estate investor and Zillow Blog contributor Leonard Baron answers questions from readers regarding buying, selling and investing.
The fall months are no longer a real estate dead zone, and there is still plenty of action happening after Labor Day through Christmas.
We asked a few financial bloggers to share their experiences and advice on the expenses of buying and owning homes.
You might be a risky insurance customer and not even know it. Here are a few types of customers who may raise red flags for home insurance providers.
Unlike retail businesses, which price their products based on inventory levels and market conditions, each seller is independent and has different selling motivations.
Purchasing a foreclosure or short sale property may mean finding a great house at a reduced price. But you should be aware that there are often challenges along the way.
In the Magic City, there’s no need to settle.
As the housing market continues to stabilize, you might be thinking more seriously about purchasing a home, right? Here are some reasons why it’s (still) a good idea to get off the fence — sooner, rather than later.
To get the most value from your home inspection, it’s important to know what’s outside an inspector’s scope.
Before building an accessory dwelling unit on your property, consider these legal, design and financial implications.
Buying a home can be a nerve-wracking experience, so can selling a home. Try to take on both tasks at the same time and you’re doubling the stress. Good news: Doing some advance planning can help reduce your number of sleepless nights.