Buying A Home To Fix Up On Your Own? 3 Projects You Can Feel Confident Handling

Posted on: 13 June 2018

When looking to buy a home, you may be considering homes that you can make improvements to. This can be a great way to add your own personal touch and even save money since there is no need to handle all the remodeling work at the same time. This can allow you to work on the home at your own pace and help you get a home that feels personal to you. [Read More]

Buying A Luxury Home On The Water? Consider These 4 Things

Posted on: 12 June 2018

Are you ready to buy your dream home that is located on the water? If so, you may not realize some changes that will have to be made by getting the spectacular view. Consider these things before you purchase waterfront property. 1. Make Sure Your Kids Are Safe Do you have kids, especially toddlers, that will be spending a lot time outdoors? You'll want to make sure that they are safe around the water. [Read More]

3 Hidden Costs to Consider Before Moving to a New Area

Posted on: 12 June 2018

When searching for a new home, you should always factor in the hidden community costs. Without those considerations, you can find yourself paying for more than you bargained for over time. Here are some of the hidden community costs to consider. 1. Commuting and Transportation Will your potential new home place you closer or further away from the things you need? If you're going further away from your job, you'll have to consider how much extra it will cost to get back and forth to work. [Read More]

The Millennial Home Buyer: What Home Sellers Can Do To Attract This Demographic

Posted on: 12 June 2018

When preparing to list their home for sale, sellers often want to learn more about their potential buyers so that they can help ensure that their home will appeal to them. This is why many home sellers today are interested in learning about the millennial demographic and the specific features and amenities these young buyers are hoping to find when looking at single-family homes. This is smart in light of the fact that millennial buyers, those under the age of 35, experienced the greatest increase of any age group in the rate of homeownership in the last quarter of 2017 and this trend is expected to continue. [Read More]