A Pet-Friendly Apartment Makes Life For You And Your Pets More Enjoyable

12 May 2019
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you have pets or think you might get a pet in the future, then you should seek out pet-friendly apartments when you're ready to move. This is important since some apartments don't allow pets, and you may get thrown out if you try to hide yours. Plus, some people may seek out apartment complexes that don't allow pets because they have pet allergies or just don't like having animals around, and you might run into problems with neighbors. Read More 

Easy Ways to Speed Up the Home Buying Process When You’re Busy

2 May 2019
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you and your partner are in the process of buying a new home, and you both have full time jobs, then you need to make sure you plan out a good schedule. It can take a long time to search for a home. If you are limited to only weekends, you need to make sure that you don't waste even a second. It might seem like only having the weekends to search for your new home is not going to be enough time; if you follow the tips covered below, then you are going to have a much better chance. Read More 

3 Critical Steps To Take When Selling Your Home For Cash

9 April 2019
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

There may be a point in time when you no longer want to live in your home. You may have gotten a job somewhere else or may just want a new change of scenery. Either way, more and more homeowners today are looking to sell their home for cash. You can have success with this tactic if you take these steps.  Get A Value Estimation  Before you start vetting cash offers from different buyers, you first need to know what you have. Read More 

2 Tips For Preparing Your House For A Presale Inspection Before Putting It On The Market

9 April 2019
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you are planning to put your current house on the market to sell, you have probably found out that you have a lot of work ahead of you. This includes having a presale inspection to see if any repairs will be required and that the home is up to code. While this inspection can take several hours to complete, there are a couple of things you can do to prepare for the inspector to make things go faster and smoother. Read More 

How To Spot Warning Signs When You’re House Hunting So You Can Avoid Costly Repairs

9 April 2019
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Older homes are not always in perfect condition when they're put on the market. You'll need to study the homes you look at and decide what repairs or upgrades you're willing to make and what imperfections you can live with. You'll have a home inspection before the close of the sale, but you should also look for certain signs of good care or neglect as you tour homes for sale so you can narrow down your options as you go. Read More