Many soon-to-be retirees are about to enter a new world of both home selling and buying.
The last thing you want to do is follow your agent’s advice about putting time and money into your listing photos. But if you don’t, your photos could turn out like some of these.
It is a delicate balance to have your home showing in its best possible light while also living there comfortably.
Here’s a look at the factors that can determine the value of your outdoor space.
Times have changed since the real estate boom of the 1980s. Here are five tips to consider as you explore buying or selling today.
House hunting is a little like speed dating. You only get a few minutes to make a great impression.
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.
Superstitions won’t sell a home. But if they did, here’s how you’d get lucky in real estate.
Here are three reasons why a pre-inspection may be a good idea.
Now that home prices have been rising, and buyers are getting off the sidelines, you may be more inclined to list your home. Just make sure you do it the right way.
Don’t be turned off immediately if your agent suggests staging. The goal is to turn your home into a marketable “product,” and just a little bit of work can go a long way.
It seems like a great time to sell. But how can you know for sure if it’s a great time for YOU to sell?
Once for sale, your home becomes less about where you live, where you’ve made memories or have lots of life experiences. You have to focus on what buyers are looking for.
Unlike the homeowner of 25 years ago, today’s typical buyers plan to live in their homes for just five to seven years, so it’s more important than ever to consider resale when making home improvements.