Why A Home Buyer Should Hire A Real Estate Agent

Have you been unsuccessful with finding a lender so you can purchase a house? Just because you are not having any luck, it does not necessarily mean that you do not qualify for a loan. The wisest thing for you to do is get the professional assistance of a real estate company. A realtor will then be able to not only help you find a lender, but also assist in other areas of the home buying process. Read More 

Nurturing The Next Generation – A Guide To Becoming A University Area Landlord

If you're looking to get into rental real estate investing, buying property in a college town can be a great investment. But there are a few things you should do to set yourself up for success when becoming a college area landlord. Here are a few steps to make sure your rental business starts out on track. Consider the Pros and Cons. Renting to the students in a university has advantages and disadvantages. Read More 

Four Winning Strategies For Home Inspections ~ You Need To Read These Before You Buy

Are you ready to buy a home? If so, do not skip over the home inspection process. This is a measure of action that will protect you and possibly save you money. It is ideal to have a pre-inspection, and you need to know four critical factors if you are going to be proactive about the process.  Finding a Qualified Inspector You can get a list of inspectors from your realtor. Read More 

Three Mistakes To Avoid During Open House

Over 5 million homes were sold in the United States in 2015 alone, according to the National Association of Realtors. While many of those homes sold in a matter of days, others had been on the market for weeks and even months. In fact, the average amount of time a home spent on the market was 49 days that sold in September of 2015. The waiting to sell a house can be very frustrating not knowing when it will sell. Read More 

Newlyweds: 3 Things To Ask Yourselves Before Buying Your First Home

If you are a newlywed, you and your spouse might be thinking about buying your first home together. Doing so can be incredibly exciting, but it can be a big step to take, too. This is why you shouldn't jump into anything too quickly; instead, you'll want to ask yourself and your partner a few things to make sure you're making the right choice, both in buying and choosing a home. Read More