3 Ways A Real Estate Agent Can Help You When Buying A New Construction Home

13 June 2019
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Many people mistakenly believe that you don't need a real estate agent when buying a "new construction home," or a home that has not been built yet. There are sales centers and model homes set up, so many buyers visit a community and sign a sales contract for a brand new home without any professional help. In reality, it is essential to work with an experienced real estate agent if you are planning on buying a new construction home. Read More 

Find The Right Housing When You Are A Travel Nurse

31 May 2019
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Traveling nurses take short-term assignments just about anywhere in order to gain valuable life experience while working. Whether you are a brand-new traveling nurse or you have been doing the job for years, finding the right housing can be the hardest part. Travel nurse housing needs to be temporary and should be fully furnished to make moving easy. While travel nurse agencies sometimes provide housing, others give you a housing allowance, and you have to find the right place to live on your own. Read More 

Want To Avoid Weather Issues? 3 Tips For Buying A Condo

22 May 2019
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

When you go shopping for a condo, you will probably want to do everything that you can to avoid weather issues as a property owner. While this means that you should consider prioritizing newer or older condos with upgrades in the form of insulation in the walls, doors, and windows, you should also look at the other things that could be negatively affected by poor weather conditions. Laundry An important feature to look at is what kind of laundry options you will have when moving into a condo. Read More 

Tips For Building Strong Tenant-Landlord Relationships

8 September 2018
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you own a home, the last thing you want is a conflict between yourself and those you rent your home out to. Many people consider renting out homes to be a simple task, but the truth is that it can be quite difficult to juggle not only repairs and maintenance of a home but also the relationships you have with your tenants. This guide will help you better address your relationship with your tenants so you can strive toward an easier future. Read More 

Foreclosures: Are They A Good Idea?

27 October 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

The 2008 financial crisis saw many people losing their homes. The pre-foreclosure or foreclosed on homes were often offered at bargain prices, attracting investors. There are certainly fewer foreclosures on the market nowadays, but many homebuyers still consider them when browsing homes for sale. A foreclosure may come at a discounted price, but is it worth it? Here are a few things to consider if you're thinking about buying a foreclosure: Read More