If you’ve been in the process of buying or selling a home this past year, or even considering it, you know it’s been a seller’s market for the most part.
Buying a home is an exciting process, but for many people it can also seem out of reach.
A home’s curb appeal leaves a powerful first impression.
While spring is typically the busiest period in real estate, particularly for families looking to get in to a new home before the school year starts, the fall months have become increasingly active for those who have more flexibility or are looking for a good deal.
Whether you are buying a home for the first time or you are just looking for an upgrade, it is never a bad idea to arm yourself with tips that can make your search go from overwhelming to enjoyable.
Buying a home is a major financial commitment.
If you’re planning a wedding or you’ve just tied the knot, congratulations!
House hunting can feel like an adventurous new chapter in your life.
It is a common misconception that a 20 percent down payment is required to buy a home.
If you’re thinking of buying your first home, you’ve probably wrestled with the decision to rent or own your home — and for good reason.