The seller has accepted your offer, the inspector didn’t find any underground streams or shaky foundations, and the closing date is set. You’re in the homestretch! While you can breathe a little easier, remember, the deal’s not done until everyone signs all the (zillion) documents at the closing table. And, your lender can still change […]
Tips & Articles
What do you need from your home? Remember, key word here is “need.” A need should always trump a want when it comes to big decisions in life. Agree? Take a look at my list to help you find the right attitude when looking for your next home.
Looking to sell your home quickly – and for top dollar? It might be time to make some updates and get rid of these 6 features that date your home. Top interior designer and former HGTV host Carriann Johnson shares the 411 on how to ditch your home’s metaphorical 80s hair and shoulder pads and bring it to its full selling potential.
For many first-time buyers, saving for a down payment is the most difficult step in the home-buying process. However, it’s a common misconception you need 20% down to buy a home. Actually, lenders offer mortgage products with very affordable down payments — some as low as 3%!
I’ve seen the look on people’s faces when I suggest something needs to be updated in their home. They become deflated, overwhelmed and oftentimes confused. Please remember, it’s not personal. The goal is to make your home shine – and sell for the best possible price. Consider making some of the following small-cost, big-impact updates for your home before listing your home.
You’ve decided you’re ready to buy your own home – now what? Start with these 4 steps to launch the home buying process.
Here are 5 ways to inspire a buyer to see the potential in your home and buy it!
Welcome to Spring! If you have allergies, here are some do-it-yourself tips to help manage those symptoms.
So you’ve decided to remodel your kitchen. Before you renovate and put your lives in total disarray, here are some important things to consider to 1) keep your sanity and 2) save you money.
OK, so you found the perfect home but all your money for the down payment is tied up in your current home which still hasn’t sold. What do you do? Walk away! No! Consider a bridge loan.