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]

Tips To Sell A Home With Pets

Posted on: 11 June 2018

It can be stressful selling a home under any circumstances, but having pets can make it even more difficult. Although you may be an animal lover, not all buyers feel the same. Even fellow pet owners can be wary of homes that have animals in them, simply because they are afraid there may be hidden damage. The following tips can make selling a home easier while not putting too much stress on your furry friend. [Read More]

3 Tips For Buying A Home With No Credit

Posted on: 11 June 2018

Buying a home is a major financial investment. There are a lot of things to consider when purchasing a property. Before you even choose a home, it's important to make sure that you have your finances in order. If you have purchased a home in the past, you likely have a good idea of how the process works. However, if you have little to no credit history, buying a home may be difficult. [Read More]

Property Management Via Realtors Vs. Private Property Management: Key Differences

Posted on: 11 June 2018

Most property management companies in the U.S. are actually services provided by a real estate agent or realtor. However, there are also private providers of property management. There are key differences between these two services, which may help you decide who to hire in regards to your managing your own property.  Private Property Managers Work for Themselves These professionals are individuals who are a sort of "jack-of-all-trades." They have experience fixing and maintaining plumbing and electrical systems, and they know how to keep your landscape looking lovely. [Read More]