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.
When you want to sell and you want to do it right, follow my advice: prepare your house for the market.
When it comes to Making a Successful Home Purchase, the deed isn’t done once the seller accepts your offer. In a lot of ways, the work has only just begun.
A house will sell for whatever the market says it’s worth, so what we’re really trying to accomplish is a meeting of the minds. How is that going to happen?
The age-old saying goes something like “If you fail to plan, you’re planning to fail.” And we don’t want that, especially when we’re talking about the biggest investment most of us will ever make.
Want to buy a home? Don’t know where to start? Just remember the 5 P’s.
Happy New Year! What’s happening in the real estate world? Our lead agent Russ Porter takes a look at market trends and who may be able to benefit the most. Let’s fulfill one of those resolutions!
There’s nothing like spending the holidays in a new home, and here’s why this season is a great time to buy.
For certain sellers, getting a pre-listing inspection is a real advantage, but it depends on your property and what your goal is when bringing it to the market.