Buying A Larger Home Before Having Kids? 3 Features To Consider

Posted on: 27 November 2018

When you're preparing to have children, you may be curious about what kinds of changes you can make in your life to make things easier. If you're just beginning the hunt for a home, you're likely curious about buying a place that has plenty of room to grow as a family. If you're unsure of how to get started with finding the perfect single family home, consider the following features and how they can make a difference in the home as your children grow up. [Read More]

What To Do Before Purchasing A Home

Posted on: 24 July 2018

Buying a home is truly something to be proud of. It's a great feeling to know that you've reached a point in your life where you're able to take on the benefits and responsibilities of owning a piece of property. No more dealing with a landlord or having to ask for permission to decorate to your heart's content. However, before you make your purchase there are some things you should get straight if you want your home-buying experience to be a successful one. [Read More]

Think Condos Are Only For Retirees? 4 Reasons Why Condos Are The Perfect Starter Home

Posted on: 2 October 2017

If you thought condos were just for retirees, think again. Owning a condo is the perfect way to live when you're young and starting out, too. It used to be that you weren't a home-owner unless you had a ranch-style home, with a fenced yard, in the suburbs. However, that idea of home-ownership may have outlived its usefulness, especially for Millennials. If you're ready to buy your first home, but you're just not sold on the idea of a ranch-style home in the suburbs, here are four reasons why you need to adjust the parameters of your search, and start looking at condos instead. [Read More]

Three Ways Act As A Freelance Real Estate Consultant In A Slow Market

Posted on: 15 June 2017

Most people consider real estate agents to be those who sell homes and those who help buyers find the types of homes that they want. Real estate agents typically have a fee, especially if used by a seller. In a market with less expensive homes or where the economy isn't commanding house prices as the same rate, many sellers may try to do things on their own. Here are some ways that real estate agents can help sellers in colder markets without acting directly as a real estate agent. [Read More]