A buyer's agent is critical for first time homebuyers and even experienced investors. There are many important things that take place behind the scenes and it may not be easy for you tackle them by yourself in a timely manner. See the list yourself
Are you ready to sell & unsure what your realtor should do besides connecting with interested parties? Commission is usually the first question a homeowner is asking when selling their property. Low commission rates do not always bring best service.
Buying your first home is an exciting time in life. There are simple mistakes that can leave you stuck with a “problem house,” which may cost you several thousands dollars more than its actual worth.
For homeowners in the path of a Hurricane — or even outside of it — it’s likely too late to add appropriate storm insurance just few days before impact.
Eighty-six percent of millennials recently surveyed say they believe that buying a house is a good financial investment, according to the National Association of REALTORS®’ data.
If you don't inspect and maintain your oil heating system not only it is going to cost you extra to stay warm but you are also taking the risk of a break-down while temperatures are below freezing.
Overall, 43 Long Island school districts made the top 100 in the statewide rankings and nine were among the top 100 schools in the nation.
Collected facts and statistics show that you would actually loose money by not using a licensed Realtor. Even the biggest private investors and corporations with big number of real estate assets seek advice from professional Realtors in their area.
It is pretty easy to make an offer on something however how are you sure it is the correct fit for you?
Deciding on a lender and a mortgage is not a difficult task once you are aware of the financial terminology. If you can learn how to ride a bicycle with someone's instructions then you should be able to figure out which mortgage type will work best.
Safety is the key to success in all operational tasks, even on the internet! Therefore, if you plan to take on the clean-up challenge yourself be sure to wear warm clothes, cover your head & any other protection gear required for your tool.