The spring real estate market is generally a busy time for buyers, sellers, real estate agents and lenders. So as not to get lost in the shuffle and miss out on your dream home, prepare for the frenzy and know what to expect… and when to expect it. Preparing yourself ahead of time might make a big difference in whether or not you are able to be the first to make an offer on your dream home, or if you find that someone else has beat you to it.
The short answer to this question is YES, you should.
Though you might feel as if you have enough knowledge about real estate and can find information you need by doing research, there are many reasons to hire your own agent.
There is a common misconception that those who receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) do not qualify for home ownership. Fortunately for them, this notion is just not true. While there might be more steps involved and more paperwork to complete, those on SSDI often have the same chances at becoming a homeowner as anyone else. Below we will highlight what people on SSDI need to be aware of and what is available to them.
The home buying process is often an overwhelming and confusing endeavor, especially for first time homebuyers. The best advice you can adhere to is be prepared and do your homework. There are many steps to take in order to get the process under way. Here we are taking a look at the biggest mistakes to avoid when applying for a mortgage.
Every day, more and more people are becoming more environmentally conscious. Adopting eco-friendly habits will not only help our environment, but it will also help you to save money. Here we list things you can change or update in your home to work towards this goal.