Full-Time vs. Part-Time Real Estate Agents: What Does That Mean for You?

Full-Time vs. Part-Time Real Estate Agents: What Does That Mean for You?

Whether buying or selling a home, it’s important to know if your real estate agent is working full-time or part-time. Working part-time is convenient for the realtor, but it often doesn’t work out so well for the client. There are some inherent problems with part-time realtors that you should consider before making any commitments. Continue reading

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The Unexpected In Buying Real Estate

The Unexpected In Buying Real EstateWhen buying real estate, you may find some unexpected problems. Generally, these issues revolve around plumbing, wiring or sticking doors and windows. Although they aren’t as expensive to fix as other issues, there’s always a possibility that they indicate bigger problems. Continue reading

What To Consider When Buying A Fixer-Upper

What To Consider When Buying A Fixer-UpperIn your imagination it seems like a great idea – you purchase an older run-down property and you have the chance to fix it up and turn it into the home of your dreams.

To Renovate, Or Not To Renovate

However, the renovation project that is simply a quick montage in your imagination will actually take several months or years and thousands of dollars in real life. Continue reading

The Three R’s Of Fixing Historic Homes For Sale

The Three R’s Of Fixing Historic Homes For SaleIf you enjoy history and fixing things, then it may be hard to drive by historic homes for sale without feeling the urge to buy one and fix it up.

Before you do, you need learn the three R’s of fixing up historic homes and the differences between them. Continue reading

Ready To Buy Your First Home, Here Is Your Quick Checklist

Ready To Buy Your First Home, Here Is Your Quick ChecklistBuying your first home is a major milestone in your life, similar to graduating high school or moving out of your parent’s house.

When you buy a property, you are making a long-term investment decision in your future and potentially taking the first step toward your future financial security. Continue reading

Buying A Home That’s Not For Sale

Buying A Home That’s Not For SaleYou’re ready to purchase a home, but you’ve looked at everything on the market and can’t find the perfect place. You’ve researched the school districts, neighborhoods and nearby amenities, and you know exactly in which area you want to live.

However, anything that comes on the market in that part of town gets snapped up immediately. Continue reading