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Closing on a Home Sale: The Seller’s Point of View

In the United States, there is an average of 14,630 homes sold every day. If you are looking to be one of those sellers this year, you most likely want to know how it all works. The process of closing on a sale may seem daunting but here is an outline of what you can expect. What Is Closing? The term “Closing” refers to …

Top Real Estate Myths

We live in the information age, but sometimes it seems more like the “misinformation” age. There are truths, half-truths, stories and lore all around us. Sometimes, it can be difficult to distinguish fact from fiction. Often, it doesn’t make a significant different. When it comes to real estate, however, misinformation can be costly. Here are some of the top real estate myths. 1. All …

Closing on Your New Home: What to Expect When Sealing ...

You’ve bought a house! — or, you almost have. You have carefully selected and evaluated your new property, agreed on the pricing with the sellers, and now you cannot wait to have the keys in hand to start decorating, painting, and planning for this brand-new chapter in life. There is just one last step to undertake—the closing process. The closing process may be unfamiliar …

Do I Need a Realtor?

How is buying real estate different from any other transaction? When you buy a car, for instance, you don’t need an agent to help you find the vehicle, negotiate the price and represent you during the transferal of ownership.  Are real estate professionals really necessary? The answer is clear: Yes. Let’s dig into why — even in a world dominated by free-flowing information and …

The Homeownership Dream

Can you buy a home?

Subleasing Pros and Cons

Subleasing: Pros And Cons For Landlords

When you’re renting a single-family home, you’re going to likely have tenants who live there over the long-term. A subleasing arrangement between your tenants, and someone who may be staying with them, is a common development. In some regions this is legal, in others it isn’t. Whether or not you put up with it as a landlord is really up to you—there are pros …

Is it Time to Sell Your Home in the Bay Area?

If you own property in the Bay Area, you are keenly aware that property prices have been skyrocketing over the last few years. Of course, you have been enjoying the rapid increase in equity, but is it time to sell your home in the Bay Area? To put it simply, the answer is a resounding yes. Why? Let’s take a look at some hard …

Protect Your Pets

With so many natural and man-made disasters, and being right in the middle of the fire season, there are things we can be doing now to best prepare our pets for a fire emergency.

Trendy Bathroom Makeovers You Want to Avoid

You want to make your home reflect your personality, and this includes your bathroom. Make your home your very own; improve it wherever you can, but don’t get crazy. There are some trendy (and even attractive!) makeovers that homeowners have been doing to their bathrooms that they might love at the moment, but not when they list it on the market years later. My …

4 Outdoor Projects That Offer The Highest Payback

Thinking of doing some summer outdoor projects that will boost your bottom selling line? Think outdoor summer activities! According to a Realtor.com report, some outdoor projects can help boost a home’s value by up to 10 percent. Homes with amenities geared toward summer activities, appeal to buyers and often have higher prices per square foot than similar homes that lack such features. Researchers found …

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