Real Estate

Real Estate Done Right: The Do’s and Don’ts of Showing Property

April 21, 2016
Real Estate Done Right: The Do

An open house is how people attempting to sell a home by themselves will go about it at first. It’s easy to give your house some quick updates, plop a sign outside, and wait for business. While you will see success with minimal effort like this sometimes, there are plenty of scenarios where the approach will […]

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Three Reasons First-Time Homebuyers Can’t Afford Not To Buy Now

April 20, 2016
Three Reasons First-Time Homebuyers Can

Nearly a decade removed from the onset of the Great Recession, the housing market appears to have finally gained the traction it so desperately needed to get back on track.  Outside of a few outliers, nearly every indicator is in a better position today than it was just a few short years ago.  And for […]

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Avoiding the Homebuyer Blues: Understanding the Need for a Home Inspection

May 22, 2015
Avoiding the Homebuyer Blues: Understanding the Need for a Home Inspection

It seems inconceivable that you would buy something expensive without inspecting it or checking out the details first, before parting with your cash, but there are an alarming number of homebuyers who make the biggest purchase of their life, without getting a survey beforehand. When you use conveyancing solicitors, they will find out about any […]

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What to Look for in a New Apartment or Townhouse

May 15, 2015
What to Look for in a New Apartment or Townhouse

Buying or renting a townhouse or apartment as a new home can be easier than buying a house and certainly simpler than building a house. Prices can be about the same, but there is a difference in what you get. In an attached-style home, owners also pay less in property taxes each year. Economy on […]

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Australia’s Home Buyer’s Market Outlook and Forecast Mid-2015

April 29, 2015
Housing Market Update

If you’re thinking about purchasing a home in 2015, or even if you already own one, it’s important to stay informed of any forecasts or outlooks that may affect the industry as a whole. And to do this, you have to do your research. This includes listening to the news, speaking to your real estate […]

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Saving for the Dream: Putting Aside Money for Your Home Down Payment

April 26, 2015
Saving for the Dream: Putting Aside Money for Your Home Down Payment

To many people, the down payment required for the mortgage on a home is usually the number one obstacle to homeownership. Building a down payment through saving and investing is, of course, the way to go. It can be hard work, though. Interest rates are lower now than they have been in a long time, […]

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Money, Mortgages and Monthly Income: Determine How Much House You Can Afford

April 24, 2015
Determine How Much House You Can Afford

While it may not be apparent to anyone suffering from the effects of home price sticker shock, Britain has some of the cheapest housing anywhere in the world. In countries in South Asia and the Far East, for instance, the prices that homes here in Britain command would usually fetch tiny, poorly built structures with […]

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