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?”
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 Friends and family may have advice that’s not accurate or no longer valid – whether solicited or not – if you are buying or selling a home, you’ll most likely hear some of the myths below:Continue reading “Common home buying and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”