Today’s blog entry is all about comps. Really, it’s a conversation about pricing, too. Whenever you want to price a home, you need to know what the comps are.
LTV, DTI, DPA - what do they mean? Let’s get started on some of the terms you’re likely to hear when you begin the mortgage loan application process.
The numbers for 2019 Q2 are in, and the trend we identified after Quarter 1 continues. Learn more in our most recent Market Update.
We are in a seller's market, no question, but that doesn't mean we get to skimp on the details. In order to net the most money possible on your precious investment, you need to avoid these 6 common mistakes.
We may be looking at a perfect storm for residential real estate. Individuals in the buying or selling process stand to gain from our current conditions. Let’s take a deeper dive in this Quarter 1 Market Update.
All the hard work you did in parts one and two can be undone in an instant if you ignore this last piece of advice.
In essence, we are preparing the home to be a product on the market. If you plan to live in the home while it’s being shown, then I unequivocally recommend you invoke the help of a home stager.
I’m here to talk about maximizing your sales price, and that process is the same regardless of how “hot” the market is. In this article, we’ll talk about the first step in the process: deferred maintenance.
Not every real estate contract results in a completed sale. Sometimes deals fall apart for the right reasons. Sometimes not, though. Let’s uncover some of the usual suspects.
We’ll briefly, and I mean briefly, visit three different types of investing in this article, but I encourage you to reach out if one of them appeals to you. The when, where, and how of these strategies depends on your goals.