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Helping Your Elderly Parents Buy A Home? 3 Tips To Make A Difference

Assisting your parents when they buy a home can be a great way to ensure they get a fantastic deal and are matched with a home that will be a good fit, as they get older. When your parents are seniors, they're likely going to have very different needs, compared to a young adult who's buying their first home. If you've made the decision to help your parents when selecting a home to purchase, consider the following tips that can make all the difference in finding them the perfect home. Read More 

Four Cosmetic Changes To Make When Selling Your Home

When you put your house on the market, you want to make it as welcoming and appealing as possible. Fortunately, there are several cosmetic changes you can make to do just that. Use this guide as inspiration when you get your home ready for sale.  Upgrade Your Porch Your porch is one of the first things potential buyers will see when they visit your home, so take some time to make it more inviting. Read More 

Four Real Estate Agent Services You Should Expect From Your Agent

If you have signed, or are getting ready to sign a listing agreement with a real estate agent, you should already be aware of what their services or fees will cost you, but exactly what will you receive besides hopefully the selling of your home? As a part of the agreement, there are certain real estate agent services that you should be provided. While some agents may maintain more contact than others, you have a right to be a part of the process and ultimately know what is taking place during the process. Read More 

Selling Your First Home? Should You Work With An Agent Or Real Estate Team?

If you've been through the home purchasing process but are facing your first sale, you may feel overwhelmed at the to-do list that awaits you. You may also have some timing questions regarding the sale of your current home and the purchase of your next home and could be worried that you'll still be searching for the right place long after your current home has gone under contract. What type of real estate arrangement can best help you? Read More 

How To Write A Purchase Offer So The Seller Will Accept

When you find the right house that fits your family's needs, you might be excited to write an offer to buy it, but you will need to make sure you write a good offer so that the seller will accept it. If you write an offer that is not good in the seller's eyes, he or she could reject it or counter it. Counteroffers are a normal part of the process, so it's always best to write an offer the seller will accept the first time around. Read More