When it comes to your largest financial asset, forgoing professional representation may not always be in your best interest. Find out whether the benefits outweigh the risks (and considerable time and effort) of selling or buying a home on your own—so you can head to the closing table with confidence.
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Even if you do not have immediate plans to buy or sell your home, we advise our clients to be mindful of modern design preferences when planning a remodel or even redecorating.
To help inspire your design projects this year, we have rounded up five of the hottest trends.
Buying a home is a significant commitment of both time and money. And a home purchase has the power to improve both your current quality of life and your future financial security, so the stakes are high.
Follow these five steps to assess your priorities, streamline your search, and choose your next home with confidence.
It’s easy to get swept up in the excitement of buying a home. When you hire a home inspector, you get a professional, in-depth examination of the property’s structures and systems. Unfortunately, many buyers make mistakes during the inspection process that cost them time and money and lead to unnecessary stress. Learn how to avoid these eight common mistakes.
Most of us would have expected the housing market to suffer from circumstances like a once-in-a-hundred-years pandemic and historic inventory shortages.
But, rather than a slowdown, we are continuing to experience a surprisingly robust real estate market across the country. And experts estimate that these conditions are likely to last well into the new year.
It is so common for many of us to work from home and have our children do virtual school these days. Demand is growing for move-up homes that offer more space, and second homes that offer a convenient escape.
Find out which one is right for you in our blog for the month of September.
In July, the average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage fell below 3% for the first time in history. And while many Americans have rushed to take advantage of this unprecedented opportunity, others question the hype. Are today’s rates truly a bargain?