2 Places A Home Inspector Will Look When You Are Selling Your House

If you are getting ready to sell your single-family home, there are some things that you are going to have to do first. One of the things that you are going to have to do is to have a home inspector come out and check out your house. The home inspector is going to look at your house and check out everything and give you a list of stuff that needs to be worked on before you put the house up for sale. Read More 

Owning A Vacation Rental Home – Making Things A Little Easier

Owning a vacation home can bring you lots of joy over the years, but it can also become quite the headache if you rent it out when you're not using it. Here, you'll find a few tips that can make renting out your vacation home a little easier for you and your family. Black Out Dates for the Family If you know that your family will be using the home on certain days, black those days out on a rental calendar. Read More 

Paper Vs. Digital: Pros And Cons Of Property Listings In These Media Formats

Once upon a time, property listings could only be viewed in paper form. Additionally, you could only see a picture of the house if the owner paid big bucks to include a picture of the exterior of the house with listing. Otherwise, you had to go see the house in person. Digital media entered the scene, and now you could see a lot more of the house. However, there are still some pros and cons to each media format. Read More 

3 Steps To Take Before Making An Offer On A New Home

Buying a new home is a great experience for any individual or family, but you will still want to take the time to do your due diligence before making an offer on a new home, mostly due to the significant amount of money that you will be spending on this new home. Listed below are three steps to take before making an offer on a new home. Have Someone You Trust Take A Tour Of The Home Read More 

Thinking Of Co-Buying A Home With Friends? Ask These Questions First

If you are a single person who is thinking of buying a home, but you don't want to live alone, you might be considering buying a home with a friend. Together, the two of you can probably afford to buy a nicer home than either of you could buy alone. Plus, you will have someone to share the yard work and other obligations! But co-buying a home with a friend is not for everyone. Read More