There are lots of people wondering if they should sell their home in 2018. The experts all suggest this is a great time to sell your home. Homes will continue to be a hot commodity in 2018. There aren’t enough people selling (thanks to a combination of factors, led by locking in extremely low interest rates and rising home prices). This will be a great year to sell your home.
If you are wondering if you can buy your first home, you have lots of questions about credit scores, down payments, being able to afford a mortgage, what you can afford and much more. Here’s a guide to help you answer those questions and be ready to buy that home!
Spring will be here before you know it. Here in California, spring-like weather usually arrives a little earlier than other places. This is a good time to start preparing for the busy season coming up. Check out some of these tips t oget you started.
Ok, so some of these may seem silly, but there are some good idea to make your home more fun and livable. Take a look at some of these! From games and frills to outright functional, there are a wide range of ideas here…
Yes, moving during the holidays can be a hard time with all the rushing around, the family and friends, the presents, the things to do and get done before the “Big Day” But it can also be smart thinking to tke advantage of a market where people are motivated to sell and have it done quickly. Here are some tips to help you with your search.
There are many good reasons to buy a home during the holiday season, from less competition from other buyers to dealing with home sellers that are serious about selling their home, to maybe making financial sense. Here are some reasons to consider it, if you are serious.
Poinsettias are popular Christmas decorations in homes, churches, offices, and elsewhere across North America. They are available in large numbers from grocery, drug, and hardware stores. In the United States, December 12 is National Poinsettia Day.
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Selling your home with the holidays on deck means you may need a crash course in how to decorate your home for the holidays without turning off buyers.
Unless you’re a total Scrooge, it’s hard to argue with the fact that glitter lights and colorful accents make a home look more cheerful and inviting. But you also probably know that if you’re trying to sell your home, buyers need to have an easy time imagining themselves (and their own holiday traditions) in your home.
By Lisa Gordon
From the sunny coast to the snowy High Sierra, California delivers plenty of holiday charm, especially in historic towns and villages. Think old-fashioned carriage rides in the Gold Country, karaoke events (and visits from a certain jolly VIP) in an alpine resort, and gawking at gussied up, spirited neighborhoods. Here are some of our favorite holiday events and settings in California: Sneak away now—or add them to next year’s holiday-travel wish list.
Simply stated, when investing in real estate, the goal is to put money to work today and allow it to increase so that you have more money in the future. The profit, or “return”, you make on your real estate investments must be enough to cover the risk you take, taxes you pay, and the costs of owning the real estate investment such as utilities, regular maintenance, and insurance.
By Joshua Kennon