Whether you’re in the market to buy a new home or you’re on the verge of listing your home for sale, finding a good realtor, one that you can relate to and feel at ease with, should be the first thing on your list of things to do. A good realtor will help pave the way to an easier, and hopefully quicker, closing.
There are benefits to both scenarios. Understanding the factors that are involved in each will guide you to make the right decision for your particular situation. Finances, the real estate market, and even personalities are factors in which to consider when trying to determine if you should buy or sell first. Both scenarios have pros and cons worth considering which we’ll look at below.
At a time when mortgage rates are so low, more and more people are considering purchasing rental properties in hopes of growing their nest egg with passive income. While owning a rental property (investment property) has a number of financial advantages, there are many factors to consider in order to make being a landlord worth the hassle.
If you’re trying to sell or buy a new property, you might be asking yourself, “do I need a real estate agent to do this right?” Today, we’re going to take a look at that question, what some real estate agent benefits are and how you can find a real estate agent that works for you.