It may seem like a more favorable option to rent out your property rather than sell it, but today’s article will have you asking yourself a few questions to make sure you’re making the right decision. To read more, CLICK HERE.
Today we bring you real estate market secrets for Spring. According to the article, “Sixty percent of all homes in 2014 will be bought and sold from May to August.” They suggest putting your home on the market now to give you just enough of a head start. To read this and other secrets, CLICK HERE.
Looking to retire but worried it might be too expensive, here’s a list of budget friendly retirement cities. To see the list, CLICK HERE.
According to this article, 2014 will still be a seller’s market but what does the new year bring for buyers? To read the article, CLICK HERE.
According to this article, the number of families who are homeless has gone up 1.4 percent over the last year even though the total number of homeless has gone down. To read more, CLICK HERE.
Here’s a great article addressing why Americans, who were known for constantly changing their address, are now keeping still. To read the article, CLICK HERE.
Have you thought about investing in real estate? Just don’t know if you should? Here’s a great article that offers reasons on why you should be investing. To read more, CLICK HERE.
I’m sure you’ve heard of a home bidding war. But have you ever heard of one where the opposing buyer offers you $10,000 to walk away? The housing market in Texas has definitely hit a growth spurt. To read more, CLICK HERE.
Buying a home can be exhausting and stressful. But there are some things you may want to consider before buying. This may seem obvious but always look for a home you can truly afford. Use an online calculator to factor in your income and debts. To read more, CLICK HERE.
Let’s say your budget for buying a new home is $400,000, what kind of a house can you purchase? What might be considered an “inexpensive” home in one region might be a mansion in another. For example, in Overland Park, Kan. you can purchase a 4,298 square foot home, however, in Ashland, Ore. your money only buys you 1,730 square feet. To see the complete list, CLICK HERE.