All states require some form of property disclosure statement from the sellers, the scope of what must be revealed can vary from different states, counties and even cities. Federal law requires certain disclosures to be known to the buyers, such as the existence of asbestos or lead-based paint in the home or other known health … Continue reading “What are the Sellers Obligations when it comes to Diclsoures?”
Your Yard Could Be Scaring Off Potential Homebuyers.Your homes “curb appeal,” should look incredibleright now—especially since many buyers do drive bys after looking at the photos online. https://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/my-money/2011/03/30/7-ways-to-increase-your-homes-curb-appeal
This is great new for anyone ready to buy this spring. https://www.marketwatch.com/story/mortgage-rates-fall-to-one-year-low-setting-the-stage-for-a-sunny-spring-selling-season-2019-02-21
An in-law suite has many uses, making it a wise investment. Besides offering an older family member their independence, in law suites can also let a homeowners run a rental from their home, have guest quarters or a home office. Everything You Need to Know About Mother-In-Law Suites
An estimated 2,900 fires are caused by clogged dryer vents every year. Is Dryer Vent Cleaning Important?
Pictures are a must-have in any listing. The more photos you have the better your listing will stand out against your competition. Sellers used to use curb appeal to make a good first impression with buyers, but now home buyers are starting their home search online looking at pictures. How a home looks on the … Continue reading “Real Estate Photography Tips for Sellers”
Check out some of our new listings from this week. To view more info on these homes and others visit our buyers tab. Dont see your dream home on our site – Are you ready to buy a home that is listed in the Realtor MLS or with a Builder ? Hire us to represent you with your … Continue reading “Just listed”