Avoiding Home Buyer’s Remorse With These Four Tips

Purchasing a home is a huge decision and never something you want to take lightly. When you buy the wrong house, you do not have the luxury of returning it to the seller once you have changed your mind. Instead, you have to deal with your disappointment. Because homes are very expensive investments, you want to do your due diligence in finding the right home. Even if you are pressured to purchase a home in a limited amount of time, there are ways to ensure you do not suffer from buyer's remorse after the purchase. Read More 

How To Determine If The Home Is Worth The HOA

When purchasing a home, one of the obstacles that can get in the way is a homeowner's association. The requirements that homeowner's associations often have and the debates you may have to undergo can be a hassle.  Find The Most Recent Minutes And The Agreement Get a copy of the homeowners association's recent minutes and agreement. You will learn interesting things such as whether you are allowed to place a certain number of Christmas lights or the type of flooring you are allowed to have. Read More 

How To Keep Your Downtown Apartment From Being Overrun By Friends

Having a luxury downtown apartment or loft located downtown means that you are centrally located to a number of different things. For friends and family who are further outside of the city, living centrally located may seem like a dream. The one downside to living in such an amazing apartment is making sure people don't invite themselves over. Those who are going out in the city may try to crash at your place in the middle of the night. Read More 

FAQs About Delisting And Relisting A Home

The decision to take your home off the market is one that should not be made lightly. Delisting it could mean a missed opportunity to sell the home. If you are thinking of delisting or temporarily taking your home off the market, here is what you need to know.  Why Should You Delist? As the homeowner, you have the right to decide at any time whether or not you want to leave your home on the market. Read More 

How To Improve Curb Appeal On Shady, Wooded Properties

Good curb appeal can help sell your property because properties that look welcoming and well maintained can make a good impression on home buyers. For homeowners with shady, wooded properties, developing curb appeal can be a challenge for a variety of reasons. For example, grass grows poorly on shady properties, which can make shady homes look unkempt. In addition, shady properties with many trees can be difficult for buyers to find, because the darkness and tree branches can hide the house numbers. Read More