Things Not To Overlook When Looking At A Home

2 June 2019
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

The process of looking at homes that you are thinking of buying can be exciting, but it's important not to get caught up in the excitement and overlook important elements and features. Here are four specific things you won't want to overlook when looking at a house for sale. 1. Layout Issues You can change paint colors or trim colors, and you can replace appliances that don't appeal to you. But, you can't change a home's layout easily without tearing down walls, etc. Read More 

Think About Using A Multi-Family Home For Your Multi-Generational Residence

23 May 2019
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Multi-generational homes are common in many places and are becoming more common in the US for so many reasons. But, not everyone has the space for more than one generation in one house or wants to have their family in the exact same house but still want to have their family near them. There are various ways to still make this happen. One way to do this is to buy a multi-family house like a duplex or even something like an apartment building. Read More 

Buying A Home For Your College Age Child: Is It A Good Investment?

15 May 2019
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

It's a fairly common strategy. Rather than paying for your child to live in a dorm or paying rent on their behalf, you can instead purchase a home in a college town. Once your child's done with college, you can convert it into a rental. Buying a home for your college child means you're building equity rather than paying rent, but there are some things to consider. What's the Market Like Around the College? Read More 

Questions You May Want To Ask About Waterfront Property

28 October 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you have been looking forward to buying a house with waterfront property and your real estate agent shows you a home that you really like, then you may want to ask some questions regarding that water you will have easy access to. Some of these questions may determine whether or not you make an offer, while others may just make it easier for you to get acquainted with things upon your move-in. Read More 

Tips To Negotiate With A Seller For Repairs To A Home You Are Buying

20 October 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

The home inspection report is one of the most important documents you will receive when buying single-family homes. It basically lets you know if you are buying a home that is coming with a boatload of repair work needed. If there are repairs needed, you must decide whether you want to negotiate with the seller or back out of the purchase. If you decide to negotiate, here are a few tips to help you: Read More