June 2, 2019.Reading time 7 minutes.
You are not alone if you’ve outgrown your home and want to make a new purchase. According to the National Association of REALTORS®, 68 percent of buyers were purchasing a home for at least the second time. Conclusively, many of them had to sell a home while buying a new one. Whether trading up for […]
October 29, 2018.Reading time 2 minutes.
A Guide to Closing Costs: Who pays what? Closing Costs are expenses on top of your purchase price. Costs incurred include Loan Fees Escrow Fees, Title Fees , Deed Recording and etc. . It’s always a good idea to factor in the closing costs so you can properly plan and manage your finances. In general, […]
October 25, 2018.Reading time 2 minutes.
Before you start house hunting, consider the stage you are in your life and probe deeply on your career path, love life, and lifestyle. Could you be anticipating a promotion that will need you to relocate? Are you planning to start a family where you may outgrow that dream bachelorette pad you’ve always wanted? #Wining&Masking […]
September 11, 2018.Reading time 1 minute.
Be the optimal homebuyer candidate Being on the path towards homeownership can feel like a dark tunnel when we do not know where to start. First, lets examine your credit worthiness and pay down any debts you may need to qualify for the home mortgage or want to get rid of entirely. After determining your […]
February 17, 2018.Reading time 3 minutes.
Power of Attorney – When is it needed and what does it do? Just any old Power of Attorney is not sufficient to buy, sell or convey title to real property. A Power of Attorney for healthcare decisions, for example, is meaningless when it comes to Real Estate matters, as it does not grant authority […]