Monthly Archives: October 2020
5 Tips to Selling a Home with Tenants
Selling a property involves the basics of preparing the home and allowing access to potential buyers. When the property is still occupied by tenants, the process can become more complicated. Tenants in the middle of a move can find it difficult or even burdensome to keep the home in show-ready condition and allowing quick access... Read More
Should You Accept the Previous Buyer’s Inspection Report?
Sometimes a home falls out of contract. Most buyers assume that it is related to a bad home inspection, but there are many reasons for a home to come back on the market that are unrelated to the condition of the home. During the contingency period, most buyers can cancel for almost any reason –... Read More
Working From Home? What Home Buyers Are Looking for Now
With major employers now stating that their employees will be working from home for the foreseeable future, many homebuyers have adjusted their list of desirables in their next home. Some not only need to plan for a home office space but also need to accommodate the homeschooling or distance learning needs of their children as... Read More
Downsizing? What To Do With Your Stuff
Whether you call it downsizing or rightsizing, the bottom line is you’re selling your current home, moving into a smaller space, and have no idea what to do with all the stuff you’ve collected over the years. Many people consider moving from a larger home to a smaller home at some point in their lives.... Read More
Considering a Distressed Property?
Homebuyers are always looking for that special bargain. The old saying, “buy the worst home on the best street,” insinuates that buying a “fixer-upper” home can be a great investment. While it’s always important to get the most for your money, what about distressed properties? Are they really the best value? Before you decide to... Read More