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Investing in Real Estate
With the value of homes appreciating around the country, investments in real estate have become very popular. The potential for profit can be high for those who do the proper research.
Your Mortgage
Often shopping for the right home loan can be as important and daunting as your house search itself. Read our mortgage section to learn the basics before you start.
Buying a Home
If you're beginning to look into buying a home, you may have many questions. Our buyer tips section covers many of the most important home buying topics.
Owning Your Home
Anyone who owns a home or intends to own a home will value these answers on topics like Home Owners Associations, home repair, hiring a contractor, or home value appreciation.
Selling Your Home
Do you have questions on pricing your property, the value of remodels, or preparing your property to sell? Read the basic considerations every seller should know. Tips For Preparing Your Home For Sale • Tidy up the grounds, porches and garage. Keep the lawn trimmed and edged. Make sure that your yard is clean. Remember, first impressions are very important because you NEVER get a second chance to make a first impression. • Your front door adds to that first impression - be sure it is scrubbed or repainted if necessary. • Wash windows and clean/dust window coverings. • If any decorating or painting is needed (especially in the kitchen), do it now! Twenty dollars worth of paint will make a much larger difference in the sales price. • Bathrooms help sell homes. Make this room sparkle. • Illumination is like a welcome sign. Replace bulbs and turn on the lights. • Wash dishes, make beds, put away clothes and straighten up. • Keep pets out of the way during showings – many people are allergic. • Leave the showing to the salesperson. The salesperson knows the buyer’s requirements and can best emphasize the features of your home. • Don’t discuss anything about the sale with a potential customer. Let your agent discuss price, terms, possession and other items concerning the sale. Your agent is qualified to bring negotiations to a favorable conclusion. • Never apologize for appearance, it either distracts or accentuates the problem. • Pack away valuables, store extra furniture, knick-knacks, and medicines. Pretend you are seeing your home for the first time through a buyer’s eyes. Call me for recommendations on how to stage the property for presentation to prospective buyers.
First Time Homebuyers Tax Credit
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