6 Things to do Before Putting Your Home on the Market
If you're not quite sure where to begin, I've made you a list!
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Why You Need An Agent For New Construction
Are you ready to buy a home and considering going in the route of new builds? It may seem like an easy enough process, where you get to call the shots of how you want your dream home to be, but there is a lot of risk when it comes to new construction if you are going in blindly. It's unfortunately not as trouble free as we'd like to hope, if you don't have the right representative by your side to help with the things that need to be looked out for from a professional's eye. Below, we'll dive into the many reasons you need a professional buyer's agent representing you in the sale. They are, after all, on your side. And it's their role to ensure you aren't taken advantage of by the builders and their representatives in the transaction.
Did you know that going with the real estate professional that suggests the highest list price may actually hurt your chances of selling your home?
So, you have decided you think you are ready to purchase a house. You come to me to start viewing homes and I ask you if you have been pre-qualified. If you haven’t, you probably have that deer in headlights look on your face. I promise you that this step is not as scary as it seems. It is fast and painless when you are working with a great lender!
Over the last few years, mortgage interest rates have reached record lows in order to help the post-recession market recover. While low interest rates are great for homebuyers, this has not been a profitable time for those with liquid assets in savings accounts.