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”
In today’s digital world, we can do just about anything online and that includes searching for your potential dream house. Imagine drinking your morning coffee while clicking through the latest real estate listings and you finally find the perfect house, in the perfect neighborhood, at the perfect price, with everything on your Must Have List. But then you see it… SALE PENDING. UGH!
Is this a deal breaker?Continue reading ““Sale Pending”: Does it really mean SOLD?”
It’s Spring and that means an influx of homes will be hitting the real estate market, including homes that were renovated over the Winter by investors or as we like to call them, “Flippers”.
Flippers typically buy homes at a lower price, often foreclosures. Some of these homes need minor cosmetic repairs while others require a complete gut and remodel. They make the homes appealing to a wider pool of buyers who are looking for recently renovated and move-in ready homes. Some flippers are fantastic and do amazing work, while others may, in other words, put a band-aid on bigger issues so you can’t see the underlying problems.Continue reading “How to Notice Signs of a Flipper’s Hasty House Renovations”
If you are planning to list your own home for sale or will be buying a new home, you may be wondering what should be left behind. There are 2 ways to find out what is included. Continue reading “Selling your home? What you can and can’t take with you”