Tips For Selecting The Right Senior Apartment Complex For Your Retirement Years

23 February 2019
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Keeping up on the maintenance and needs of a single-family home become harder and harder on people as they age. While it used to be a simple weekend project to paint your bathroom or fix your leaking roof, once you get to a certain age, these things become nearly impossible to do yourself.  If you or a loved one have decided to downsize from a single-family home into an apartment in a senior complex, then it's important to select the best one to meet your needs. Read More 

Inheriting An Unwanted Vacation Home? Tips For Turning It Into A Rental Property Profit Center

29 October 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

In most instances, becoming the owner of a vacation home is a wonderful thing, especially if the home is located in an area where the owners enjoy visiting. But when the vacation home is located in an area that is too far away or an area where the owners do not visit often, it can quickly become a drain on both finances and time. If you have recently inherited a vacation home that does not fit into your current life or plans for the future, turning it into a rental property profit center may be something to consider. Read More 

Finding The Amenities And Services That Matter For Tech Households

20 October 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

As you look for a new home, think about everything that could make your life comfortable and convenient. For households that work from home, enjoy fast video streaming for movie nights, or for homes where gaming domination is vital, it's not good enough to buy a beautiful country home with bad internet. Finding a beautiful home isn't all that matters; consider a few amenities and services available for tech households that can't skimp on internet and technology power. Read More 

How Far In Advance Should A Home Buyer Apply For A Mortgage?

17 October 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Prospective home buyers usually begin their search to buy a house by browsing through various real estate listings. By doing so, the potential buyer gains a useful overview of what types of houses are available. Casual browsing also provides information about the price range of homes for sale. To become a serious buyer, however, an individual needs to have a preliminary plan developed on how to finance a home. Unless you are prepared to pay cash for a home purchase, you will probably have to obtain a mortgage loan. Read More 

Be Sure To Clean Out Your Gutters Before You Try To Sell Your House

10 October 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Getting top value for your house is often largely dependent on the amount of work you put into the residence before it hits the market. Painting, cleaning, and other tasks are all important, but you should also think about what issues could raise a red flag during a home inspection and deal with them before you list your home. One thing that the prospective buyer's home inspector will surely be assessing is the condition of the gutters. Read More