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 

Three Tips For Buying Your First Luxury Home

19 October 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Purchasing a luxury home is a dream for many people. Luxury homes offer the best in terms of location, architecture, and materials. These homes also come at premium price points. Luxury homes for sale may not always be listed publicly. Financing a luxury home can also be different from purchasing a non-luxury home. Here are three tips for first-time luxury home buyers. Hire A Local Real Estate Agent Some people who are purchasing a luxury home for the first time may be reluctant to hire a real estate agent. Read More 

4 Things To Consider When Purchasing A Home In The Winter

15 October 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Winter time is usually considered a buyer's market in the real estate industry. Winter is often a great time of year to score a sweet deal on a new home. Here are a few special considerations, however to keep in mind when shopping for a home during the winter season. #1 Be Careful With Your Holiday Credit Card Spending If you usually put a lot of purchases on your credit cards during the holiday season, and pay them off in the new year, you may want to rethink this spending and budgeting strategy if you are in the market for a new home. Read More 

The Limits On Seller Contributions Toward Closing Costs

6 October 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

In addition to the down payment, home buyers must usually bring additional funds to the closing table. The additional money is needed for cover the various costs of closing the sales transaction. Home buyers can reduce the amount of money required at closing by allowing the seller to pay a portion of the closing costs. Closing costs paid by a home buyer effectively increase the price of the acquired property. Home buyers who obtain a new mortgage typically cover the cost of loan origination fees. Read More