Finding a New Home on a Tight Schedule

Finding a New Home on a Tight Schedule

Wouldn't it be nice if you had all the time in the world to find your next dream home? You could leisurely browse the current listings, select homes you'd like to see, schedule visits on dates that are most convenient for you, and make an offer on a property only after you've had plenty of time to consider all the alternatives.

Sure, that sometimes happens, but it's not typical

Balancing the Emotional and Practical Sides of Buying a Home

Balancing the Emotional and Practical Sides of Buying a Home

magine this scenario:

You're shopping for a new home. You drive to visit a recent listing. As you walk through the front doors, you're impressed. Every room looks fantastic. You see yourself relaxing on the spacious patio, cooking in the modern kitchen, and enjoying evenings with the family in the cozy living room.

Should you make an offer?

Steps to Selling

After living in a home for several years your habits have set, and your taste has entrenched itself within the walls of your home. It is functional, and everything you need is close at hand. We often get more relaxed about organization the longer that we live somewhere, so decluttering and organizing your home becomes integral step in getting your home ready for the market. Functional may make you happy but isn’t always pleasing to potential buyers.