Getting a few answers before you begin looking for your new home can eliminate many of the options on the market. Learn more about it here.

Detached And Semi-Detached Luxury Condos Vs. Houses: Is The Difference Really That Pronounced?

3 August 2016
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you're trying to find a house to buy and keep getting outbid for properties you like, you might have started considering condos, especially detached, house-style luxury condos. They essentially look like houses (in some cases, you might find semi-detached duplexes or four-plexes instead) and often cost less than actual houses. And the condo association looks like it works like a homeowner's association, right? In many cases, these types of condos are very similar to houses, but there are also some differences that could make the condos a better buy. Read More …

Three Things to Know If You Want to Buy a House After Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

28 July 2016
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you recently received a discharge through Chapter 7 bankruptcy and are now in good financial shape, you might want to start considering buying a house. Through your bankruptcy, you probably eliminated all the debt you owed, and you may now be in the process of saving up some money. As you start planning to buy a house after bankruptcy, there are three important things to know. There Is a Waiting Period Read More …

4 Tips For Getting Your Home Sold Faster

14 July 2016
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Having your home for sale can be a stressful time. You might need to relocate for a job or family emergency, so you will want to sell the property as quickly as possible but still get the most money for it. The best way to do this is to find ways to attract the right buyer, and doing the following things can help you make that happen. Tip #1: Update the interior Read More …

3 Questions You Should Ask Your Real Estate Agent When You Need To Rent A Home And Have Bad Credit

6 July 2016
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you have recently experienced financial or employment problems that have made it hard to pay bills on time, it can be challenging to find a new rental home. Although it is more common now for real estate agents to handle the purchase and sale of homes, you will also find that a few work with rental properties as well. Fortunately, you are likely to discover that finding the rental house you need is easier than you thought as long as you work with an experienced real estate agent and ask the questions listed below. Read More …

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What is the perfect home? What is perfect for one person may be too small or large for another? Do you want a home made of brick or do you want one made of wood? Do you want a condo or do you want a house on a nice big piece of land? Getting a few answers before you begin looking for your new home can eliminate many of the options on the market. This will help to decrease the time it takes for you to search for the home that you find perfect for yourself and your family's needs.