If you’ve been following the housing market, you may be seeing that rates are rising and home inventory is low. This means that fewer homeowners are putting their homes up for sale, making the market more competitive while mortgage rates go up. However, American’s may not realize that while rates are rising they are still at historic lows. This Spring, Trulia released a blog, Not Your Father’s Housing Market, that…
One of the biggest challenges for first-time home buyers is saving for a down payment. Often, new home buyers mistakenly believe they must save 20% of their home price as a down payment. However, depending on your credit and loan terms, you may be able to put down much less. Another misnomer for first-time home buyers is believing they will never be able to save enough for a down payment….
Fall offers a change of season like no other. If you’re thinking about changing homes, consider the following. Motivated Sellers: If the home has been on the market for a while, the seller may take a lower offer to close the deal before the winter. How is your new home’s drainage? Are the gutters in good shape? Proper drainage takes water off of the roof and away from the home….
Individuals inspecting their property’s trees for signs of trouble can use the following strategies to decide whether or not they need to worry about the natural feature’s vitality:
Individuals who obtain residential financing in the form of an FHA mortgage or VA loan can benefit by utilizing the following tips for updating their house’s foyer.
Those looking to install a concrete floor in their house may benefit by utilizing the the following design ideas, possibly seeing a heightened property price and increase interest from first time home buyers.
The following modifications can increase the quality of living for current homeowners and possibly bring a heightened sale price if the house is ever listed on the area real estate market.
In order to get a better idea of the condition of the house that you hope to buy, and receive an accurate estimation of a fair asking price, consider enlisting a qualified real estate agent to conduct an appraisal.
First time home buyers looking to heighten their newly acquired home’s worth can benefit from obtaining an FHA loan to finance the work, and incorporating the following tips for keeping expenses in check during a residential improvement.