Knowing which improvements add value to a home can help homeowners tailor their efforts to those that are most financially beneficial.
Many homeowners who used the low-rate opportunity last year to perform a cash-out refinance — meaning the principal on the new loan was larger than the original mortgage because they took out some of the built-up equity. But if someone refinances more than the original loan, they are subject to the new limits put in place by the 2017 law
The real estate investment market is a very complex and competitive industry. Whether you have years of experience or you’re planning on making your very first investment, it’s essential that you work with trusted real estate investment advisors. Roughly 88% of all homebuyers purchase their property through a real estate agent. In order to find … Continue reading Three Helpful Tips For Choosing the Right Real Estate Investment Agent
Buying a home for the first time is an exciting experience. Starting your life in a brand new home is always a great rite of passage, and it is easy for first time home buyers to get wrapped up in the process. With all the different real estate options out there, it can be easy … Continue reading Buying a New Home? Check for These Red Flags Before You Close
Buying a home is one of the largest purchases a person will make. So it only makes sense for any first time home buyer to feel overwhelmed when it comes to making their final decision. First time home buyers are one of the biggest demographics in the real estate market. Last year, first time home … Continue reading The Dos and Don’ts of Purchasing a Home for the First Time Home Buyer
I am always following new technology entering the real estate space to see how it will help our clients or assist my team to do our jobs better (I hope to have more opportunities to write about real estate and technology in the future). Recently, I came across a unique online platform that local Silicon … Continue reading Is Silicon Valley Making Home Ownership More Affordable?
You need to work with a Realtor that accepts high responsibility, educates and guides, and helps interpret data with a big picture perspective, while keeping your interest top priority. Don’t make the mistake of hiring a Realtor out of convenience over rigorous screening. Do your due diligence, ask questions and get referrals from real people, so you’ll never be in a position that you would want to fire your Realtor.