It’s no secret that most of the country is currently experiencing a strong seller’s market. Yet even in this competitive environment, almost nationally 25% of all escrows fall through before closing. Home inspections, appraisal surprises, and loan approvals are just a few of the issues which can ... » Learn More about What Are Back Up Offers?
Approximately 90 percent of seniors over 65 years old intend to stay in their homes for at least 10 more years, according to AARP. As a result, remodeling companies report an uptick in the number of customers doing upgrades and remodels to allow them to age in place. Fortunately, there are some ... » Learn More about Home Renovations for Aging in Place
Accessory dwelling units (ADUs) have become very popular over the past few years. Sometimes called “Granny Flats,” these units have often been used to provide for multi-generational housing needs, but they can also become a great source of secondary income. ADUs can also make great home offices, ... » Learn More about Adding an Accessory Dwelling Unit
One of the most important financial considerations of buying a new home is the interest rate paid on the mortgage. Over time, a higher interest rate can add thousands of dollars to the true cost of buying the home. When interest rates are low or steady buyers have greater confidence that they will ... » Learn More about Locking In The Mortgage Rate
Should you prep an empty house? This is not about adding furniture or plants to a vacant home, but it’s about looking at the empty home and making it more appealing to buyers. Not all homes need furniture to sell for top dollar, but even a vacant home needs attention before it’s ready for ... » Learn More about Prepping an Empty House for Sale