There’s a laundry list of things to think about when buying a home. One of the first and most difficult choices you’ll have to make is whether to build new or buy an existing home. This list of pros and cons can help you decide what's best for you and your loved ones.
Florida is best known for its year-round sunny weather and sandy beaches. It’s no wonder that 126.1 million out-of-state visitors traveled to the Sunshine State in 2018, setting a tourism record for the eighth consecutive year. For the lucky ones, Florida is a place to call “home.” We get to live where others vacation. Here are five small towns in Florida that will make you want to visit — and stay for good.
Here are 3 top reasons why using a real estate professional in addition to a digital search is key:
1. There’s More to Real Estate Than Finding a Home Online.
2. You Need a Skilled Negotiator.
3. It Is Crucial to Make a Competitive and Compelling Offer.
As a homeowner, it’s important to keep your home running efficiently, not only to save money, but also to help the environment thrive. Follow these tips to make your home energy efficient.
Is it finally time to downsize? If so, here are a few tips to help you decide which way to go.
1. Analyze Your Market, 2. Get an Inspector, 3. Decide If You Need to Remodel
First Time Home Buyer Isaiah Moser gives his testimonial of his experience working with Jeanine and her team at The Corcoran Connection
With prices slowing from their previous pace, homeowners must realize that pricing their homes a little over market value to leave room for negotiation will actually dramatically decrease the number of buyers who will see their listing. The secret is making sure your house is Priced To Sell Immediately.
This table shows the predicted levels of appreciation from six major housing sources: With mortgage rates already at near historic lows, now may be the time to act.
Mac, Fannie Mae, and the Mortgage Bankers Association all believe homes sales will increase steadily over the next year in 2020.
In the past 23 years, there have been two national recessions – the dot-com crash in 2001 and the Great Recession in 2008. The triggers of the next recession will more closely mirror those from 2001 – not those from 2008 but no one can accurately predict when the next recession will occur.
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