The Buyer's Guide to Real Estate

3 Steps To Take Before Last-Minute Showings On Your House

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When you list your home, an agent could call you at any time to let you know about an upcoming viewing. There may be times when you have hours or days to prepare for these viewings, but there may also be times when you have less than an hour. Getting your house prepared for a last-minute viewing can be somewhat difficult and overwhelming, but here are some tips that might help you with this. Read More»

When Is The Best Time To Buy A House?

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If you are ready to buy a house and would like to do this within the next year, waiting for a certain time period might offer the best results for you. There are times when buying a house is more beneficial for the buyer and not the seller, and waiting for these times can help you pay less for the house you want to buy. Here are a few things to know about the timing of your home purchase. Read More»

Reasons To Hire A Property Manager

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Owning a property like a storage unit facility or an apartment complex can be a lot of work and can turn into a headache. The money can be absolutely amazing, but the problems that arise can make the pay seem minimal. If your properties are bringing in enough money, you may want to consider hiring a property manager. Many property managers will be able to help you a great deal. Here are a few reasons that a property manager could be just what you need. Read More»

Why Selling A Vacant Home Can Be Challenging

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If you had to move out of your house for relocation purposes or because you closed on your new house, you may be left with a vacant house that you need to sell. Any real estate agent will tell you that selling a vacant house can be challenging, but do you know why? Here are several things you should understand about the challenges you may face when trying to sell your vacant house. Read More»

What Is The Truth About Home Appraisals?

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The home appraisal is just one of the many tasks that are needed before you can complete the sale of your home. Unfortunately, misunderstandings about the appraisal could result in delays in the closing. To help keep the sale on track, here are just a few of the myths about appraisals.   The Buyer Wants the Appraisal  One of the most commonly believed myths about a home appraisal is that it is requested by the buyer. Read More»