WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING
by Thom Abbott
When you are looking to buy anything, you always look at the pros and cons of your purchase. Whether it’s a new shirt (which color, etc) or a new car, you should look at both sides of the purchase. The same rules apply to the purchase of a condominium.
Past is Prologue or Heeding the Advice of Your Home Inspector
by Jay Markanich
I often do inspections on houses and make comments as to conditions that exist at that time. Some things need to be taken care of immediately and others can wait.
The Difference Between a Quoted Interest Rate and One That's Locked
by Kate Ford
Locking interest rates is a process full of uncertainty for mortgage borrowers. For instance, how does anyone know when to lock?
Questions That Weigh on Sellers’ Minds
by Lisa Udy
If your home is currently on or has been on the market, chances are, you have probably pondered or have asked your agent the following questions...
Color Me Purple: Painting Tips for Sellers
by Kathy Nielsen
Your goal, when selling, is to have a color that appeals to a broad base of prospective buyers. The challenge most homeowners face is selecting the right color.
Home Staging, the Home
by Kathy Nielsen
Looking to gain a competitive edge and getting your home sold more
quickly? Consider having it professionally staged.
Three Factors to Sell
by Peter Porcelli
In today's real estate market, many sellers are going months without
an offer, sometimes without showings, and are scratching their heads,
wondering what it will take to sell their home. However, of those
homes that are selling, the average time spent on the market is only