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The Pros and Cons of Selling vs Renting
If you are a homeowner, chances are you have asked yourself this question a time or two - should you sell or rent? Both have their perks and disadvantages, this will greatly depend on what you are looking for. We will cover the pros and cons of selling and renting.
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How Technology Has Changed Real Estate
Like almost every industry, technology has had a huge impact on shaping the way we do things. From allowing quicker transactions to finding anything you need at the click of a button. It has impacted us in more ways than one. When it comes to real estate, it’s impact has been extremely significant leading to some pretty notable changes. In this article we will discuss some of the most influential ones.
Selling a House That Needs Foundation Repair
As a homeowner, foundation issues can be world-shattering when you find out exactly how much it costs to fix what seems to be the smallest of issues. Most people see a crack and think nothing of it. However, if left unattended that crack will grow larger and larger and the walls will begin to shift inwards or outwards. Foundation damage can cost a fortune.
Roof Repair & The 3 Steps for Replacing It
Seeing water stains across your ceiling and bubbles in your roof can be one of the more unsettling sights to see as a homeowner, especially if you’re looking to sell. This can be the sign of a serious problem that can lead to dumping tens of thousands of dollars in roof repair or even having to completely replace the roof altogether.
We Buy Homes In Any Condition: 4 Things You Need To Know
You’ve been wanting to sell your house, but you need someone trustworthy to buy your home despite the condition. Your home needs work, serious repairs, but you can’t afford to make these repairs. Not all properties are meant to be sold the traditional route through realtors. You can still sell without needing to invest time and money. We buy houses as-is. Continue reading to learn how we can help you.
Reasons Houses Go Into Foreclosure
Foreclosure can be one of the scariest things a homeowner hears. It is the legal process in which a mortgage lender attempts to recover the amount of money owed on a defaulted loan by taking ownership of and selling the mortgaged property.
The Six Most Expensive Repairs Needed on Homes
Owning a home is a full-time investment. Whether you live in it, renting it out, or are planning on selling. There are issues that can arise that may become costly. Sometimes these costs can exceed the rate of your monthly mortgage payment or your personal property tax amount. Here are a few painfully expensive repairs and their estimate from HomeAdisor that can borderline empty out your wallet.
Capital Gains Tax On Your Property After Divorce
If you are planning on selling your property during or after your divorce, there is a chance you won’t have to pay capital gains tax.
How Quickly Can a Home Sell?
When homeowners know that they are going to sell, most are wondering this exact question; “how fast can my home sell?”. This question has a few factors that go into it, which we will touch base on within this article. It is important to know selling your home is not an overnight payout. Here are 3 things to know when it comes to how fast your home will sell.
The Closing Experience
There are a ton of emotions happening once you finally get your home under contract, both positive and negative. This process in real estate is the signing process which is the final stage of selling or buying your home. Here are the steps that typically take place upon “closing”.
The Eviction Process
Having to go through the eviction process is not an ideal situation for any landlord or tenant to experience. It’s stressful, emotionally draining, and comes with a lot of paperwork. There have been over 500,000 eviction cases since mid-march of last year. Here is breakdown of the eviction process and what are grounds for eviction.
Foreclosure or Short Sale: What's The Difference?
If you are a homeowner struggling to make mortgage payments, there are several options for you to decide. With a short sale, you get permission from your lender to sell your home for less than you owe on the mortgage. With a foreclosure, the lender seizes the home and sells it at auction
October 1, 2021
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