The big house has had a lot of memories. But it’s not the same when you’re down to one or two people in a large space. Is it time to sell and downsize? Ask yourself these questions to determine whether it’s time to sell and downsize.
Roof replacement is one of the biggest projects that you could encounter if you own a home. Unlike remodeling your house, roof replacement is sometimes not voluntary. A leaking roof or blown away parts require immediate replacement or repair. You can make this project a success by preparing for it ahead of time.
Selling real estate has been traditionally paid through a percentage commission to agents involved. The seller pays the agent 1 to 3 percent of the selling price as a commission to sell their home. The seller also pays the buyer’s agent usually a 2 to 3 percent commission. A flat fee real estate brokerage charges the seller a flat fee to list (a buyer’s agent co-op or commission may apply). What’s the better deal? Continue reading Percentage Commission vs Flat Fee: What’s the Best Deal When You Sell?
As an agent, you’re job isn’t done – and you don’t get paid – until the transaction has closed. There are a variety of roadblocks that can prevent a closing. Some you can’t control (buyer loses a job, etc.), and some you can. For a smoother road to closing, ensure that you’re doing these 4 things at the start.
Remember all the trips to the pool this summer? The gear you had to load up and the time it took to get everyone out the door and then back? It might have you thinking about adding a pool to your property. But, will it add value to your property?