Tiny Living, Big Life: Finding The Right Realtor To Help You Purchase Your Tiny Home
1 April 2016
With the cost of real estate on the rise, many millennials are making the choice to invest in smaller homes rather than large properties. If you are hoping to take advantage of the tiny house movement, finding a realtor to help you complete the purchase process can be a challenge. Here are three tips you can use to ensure you partner with a realtor that will help you find the tiny house of your dreams.
Four Hidden Neighborhood Flaws That An Open House Might Be Hiding
2 March 2016
Open houses are a great way to check out multiple homes in one day and size up various neighborhoods. Many times open houses are held on the weekend during the afternoon. While this is a convenient time for most potential home buyers, it also can give sellers an opportunity to avoid showing all aspects of the neighborhood. Here are four neighborhood flaws that might not be noticeable at an open house.
Specialized Luxury Home Inspections
31 August 2015
Buying a luxury home for sale means buying a home with more amenities than a traditional home. Because of this, specialized inspections must be completed to ensure all of those amenities are in good condition and won't be needing any repairs. What specialized inspections should you consider?
Pools and Spas
During a pool and spa inspection, the inspector will look over several elements, including:
Protective Elements – The enclosure around the pool including the gates, fence and screens.
First-Time Homebuyer? Avoid These House Hunting Mistakes
15 June 2015
Finding your first home can be a daunting process. There's so much to consider, from the number of bedrooms you want to the type of mortgage you plan on taking out. Many first-time homebuyers get so wrapped up in this process that they make a few mistakes that cost them either time, money, or the house of their dreams along the way. Below, you can learn about some mistakes to avoid making when it comes to finding your first home.