Many first-time home buyers make rookie mistakes that bring on negative consequences and a lot of frustration.
Outlined below are common errors home buyers make,…
Have you ever heard the saying, “You never get a second chance for a first impression?”
If you have a home for sale, it is important to appreciate the significance a first impression has on your potential buyer.
When buyers drive up…
Existing home sales have increased by 10.2 percent as compared to 4.52 million existing home sales for February 2012, and have increased for 20 consecutive months. Read more…
The first sign of mold you notice may be a musty smell in your home.
After looking around, you spot what looks like mold — don’t panic!
You can remove unhealthy mold from your house without it costing a small fortune.
The Federal Reserve’s statement after yesterday’s Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting left no doubt as to the Fed’s dual commitment to keeping long term interest rates down and encouraging economic growth.
The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) released its NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index for March on Monday. Home builder confidence fell for the third consecutive month with a two-point drop to a reading of 44 in March.
The point of staging is to highlight the house’s strengths, downplay its weaknesses and make it more appealing. With the right decorating techniques, you can win buyers over the moment they step through the door.
Last week’s positive employment reports were good news for the economy, which typically causes mortgage rates to rise, but mortgage rates ended the week lower.
There is always room for negotiation, and with the right techniques you may end up saving thousands of dollars on your dream house. However, it can be tricky to get the right reaction when you are negotiating.
Buying a foreclosed property can be different than buying other types of real estate.