(1) Waiting too long to prep your home for selling, (2) Skipping the backup plan, (3) Buying too big, (4) Working with too little cushion…
How to Buy Your Perfect First Home. What every first-time homebuyer needs to know.
(1) They Focused On Investing, Not Living, (2) They’d Rather Have Experiences Over Mortgages, (3) They Didn’t Know How The Process Works, (4) They Bought Out Of FOMO, (5) They Didn’t Run The Numbers Before They Bought …
(1) You’re not flexible on the timeline, (2) You don’t have your paperwork squared away, (3) You’re asking for too many contingencies and concessions …
(1) Daily: Ditch an indulgence or two (2) Weekly: Make deposits into a ‘home savings’ account (3) Weekly: Start attending open houses …
Few homes are in perfect condition. And most of the time, you and the seller can work together to resolve or repair minor issues with the house. But there are some issues a new homeowner should never gamble on, issues that are potentially dangerous or extremely expensive to fix. Here’s what you need to know about home inspections—and the issues that should make you walk away from the deal.
Summary: 3 times snowbirds should rent, (1) It’s your first year flying south, (2) You’re nervous about market volatility, (3) You’re concerned about upkeep costs. And 3 times snowbirds should buy…
Summary: (1) I was first in line, (2) I took my sweet time, (3) I house-hunt in the fall and winter…
Summary: (1) Why are the sellers moving? (2) How long has the home been on the market? (3) What school district are we in?
Summary: (1) Escalate your offer; (2) Write a letter to the seller; (3) Get a quick inspection
Summary: (1) Adjust the criteria; (2) Pick up the pace; (3) Slow things down; (4) Call it quits; (5) Stay the course
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