Pricing Myths That Could Sink Your Home's Sale

When you make the decision to sell your home, you are entering a competition with comparable homes in the area. Pricing the home is a major part of attracting potential buyers. Unfortunately, too many homeowners rely on misinformation they have received from others to determine the listing prices of their home. To avoid a scenario in which your home's listing price is not attracting buyers, it is important to know the truth about these pricing myths:   Read More...

The World Is A Stage: Tips For Staging Your Home For A Sale

Home listings with good photos can give you an advantage in selling your home. That's because new home buyers often rely on online listings where they can view homes before they make contact with a seller. But showcasing your home in the best light possible takes more than a quick snapshot of your home. To attract the most attention and appeal to buyers, staging your home before the photos are shot (and keeping it that way for potential buyers to view) may be one of the most important things you can do.   Read More...

Home Buying 101: 3 Tips For Finding That Perfect Neighborhood

Buying a home is often a long process. After all, you have to find a home that you love in a neighborhood you like. This is a huge task and it can be quite daunting. Luckily, you can make finding that dream home in the perfect neighborhood much easier. With a little patience and these three tips, you're sure to find that sweet spot: 1. Take A Test Drive If you have a few neighborhoods you are interested in, take some time to drive through them.   Read More...

3 Technology Trends That Are Changing the Way People Buy Houses

Today's home buyer has plenty of options when it comes to choosing a home, and they also have many tools at their disposal when it comes to searching for their dream home. Even before visiting with a realtor, most potential home buyers start their search independently. Here are three technology trends that are making it easier to help home buyers find the house of their dreams. Apps In the age of the smartphone, it seems there's an app for everything, including ones that can help you find the perfect home in a great neighborhood.   Read More...

Planning To Buy And Flip Foreclosed Homes For Cash? What Documentation Can Help You Avoid An Audit?

If you've been anxious for years to get into the rental real estate market but haven't been able to scrape up the necessary down payment and monthly cash flow for a modest rental home in your area, you may be starting to lay the groundwork for investing in foreclosed homes for flipping purposes by getting your real estate agent or broker's license. By buying foreclosed homes at auction or purchasing them on behalf of a larger investor, you'll often be able to quickly recoup your initial investment before even renting the home out to tenants.   Read More...