No one WANTS to pay more than the asking price for a home. In fact, most of us cringe even just thinking about the idea. But the fact is, especially in certain markets, paying above the asking price is a reality. So when should you aim high and offer over the listing price? Here are a few scenarios:Continue reading “When should you offer over asking price for a home?”
For some, purchasing a new home can be stressful even during the best of times, but add in a global pandemic and navigating the process becomes a whole new challenge. Don’t worry though, with the amazing technology available, buyers and sellers are still making home sales possible, just a little differently, by using virtual home tours in lieu of open houses.Continue reading “Virtual Home Tour Must Do’s”
Buying a house can be stressful; selling a house can be stressful – add in buying and selling a house at the same time, and it could end up being downright chaos IF it’s not done correctly. There is a lot of conflicting advice out there, so we’re weighing in on some of the most common questions/issues that you’ll face when buying/selling concurrently.Continue reading “How to buy and sell a home at the same time”
When it comes to buying a home, most people understand the importance of having homeowner’s insurance, but few people are actually familiar with a home warranty and how it works.
The simple answer is: A home warranty is a yearly service contract that protects specific home systems and appliances.
Your home’s systems and appliances will inevitably break down over time. A home warranty provides you with some protection when those systems and appliances eventually stop working. Many first-time homebuyers find a home warranty to be an extra layer of protection when extra funds are in short supply during those first few years of homeownership.
How does a home warranty work?Continue reading “What is a Home Warranty and How Does it Work?”
With all the upheaval in the insurance market, many smaller private physician groups are either selling or consolidating. Albeit a big decision, it doesn’t have to be a painful one – the goal is to maximize the dollars and ease the transition for your staff and patients.
Before you consider the sale, you’ll need to determine what you want your role to be – will you retire, stay on as a staff physician, take on management and/or leadership roles – or a combination there of? Of course this is just some high-level personal things to consider, there are others such as business real property, equipment and other tangible items and employee benefits and everything in between.Continue reading “Best Practices for Selling your Medical Practice”
When it comes to buying or selling a home, there can be a lot of misconceptions about the real estate process. Friends and family may have advice that’s not accurate or no longer valid – whether solicited or not – if you are buying or selling a home, you’ll most likely hear some of the myths below:Continue reading “Common home buying and selling myths unveiled”