When To Reject A Home Purchase Offer

When selling a home, you need to know when to accept and when to walk away from an offer. Below are some of the circumstances in which you should consider rejecting an offer. Unreasonable Expectations Some buyers have unreasonable expectations that are not in line with the local or even national real estate market. Say the buyer wants a perfect house and wants you to fix everything, including the cosmetic issues (like fading paint) in the house. Read More 

How To Make Sure The Seller Fixes All Issues Found In The Home Inspection

When you begin thinking about writing an offer for a house, you should always consider adding a home inspection contingency to the offer. This type of contingency allows you the right to get the home inspected — but that is not all. If you word the contingency properly, you can also ensure that the seller makes all the necessary repairs for every issue discovered in the home inspection. Here are several tips to help protect you with issues found in the home inspection. Read More 

Find A Home To Buy With Great Potential For Backyard Features

When you think of becoming a homeowner, you may have a certain vision of what you would like to see while looking at the inside and outside of the property. For instance, you may want to enjoy an attractive and feature-rich backyard where you can spend a lot of time with your family. If you would prefer to invest in these additions on your own, you will not be looking for a single family home for sale in which the previous owners put a lot of work into the backyard. Read More 

Looking To Rent From A Property Management Company? Important Questions To Ask Before Signing A Lease

If you are looking to rent out a home or commercial space, a property management company may be able to assist you. A property management company manages properties that are for rent, including advertising them, showing them, leasing them out and maintaining you. There are many important questions to ask when you are looking to rent from a property management company. Here are just three of those important questions to ask and the importance of asking these questions. Read More 

House Tee Time: Selecting A Home In A Golf Course Community

When a large golf course is being built, there is a good chance that nice homes are being constructed alongside the course. This is of benefit to those who are interested in buying a brand new home. The homes in golf course communities are often built to look immaculate. When you are house hunting, golf course homes are a good buy, as the area is kept well and is likely to have an HOA that oversees a lot of the beauty and safety of the community. Read More