If you’re planning to sell this year, you’re probably thinking about what you’ll need to do to get your house ready to appeal to the most buyers.
If you’re looking to buy a home, you may be wondering how your student loan debt could impact those plans.
As we celebrate Black History Month, we honor and recognize the past and present experiences of Black Americans.
When you’re selling any item, you usually want to sell it for the greatest profit possible.
- Even in today’s sellers’ market, there are still ways for buyers to win big.
- Build a team of trusted professionals and make strategic plays as you budget and pick your desired neighborhoods. Then, be ready for the competition by getting a pre-approval letter and leaning on your expert advisors to draft a winning offer.
- In a sellers’ market, you can still be the champion if you have the right team and strategy. Work with a trusted real estate professional to make your game-winning play.
Mortgage rates have increased significantly since the beginning of the year.
If your needs are changing, you may be thinking about sharing a home with additional loved ones, such as grandparents, adult children, or other extended family members.
- If your workplace is delaying its return to office plans or is allowing permanent work from home options, that may open up new possibilities for your home search.
- Ongoing remote work could give you the chance for a change in scenery, a move to an area with a lower cost of living, or finding a home with more home office space.
- If you want to learn about how remote work can give you more options, partner with a local real estate professional to discuss your situation and priorities for your home search.
In today’s sellers’ market, many homeowners are weighing their options and trying to decide if they should sell their house.
Over the past two years, we’ve lived through one of the most stressful periods in recent history.