Let’s face it resources for first time home buyers can be hard to find and even harder to understand. Take some inspiration from Steve Jobs and keep looking for the right answers. What a nightmare! This post strives to give you just the best information from quality resources.
Archives for 2016
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My goal is to help you buy a home in 2016. Whether you own a home currently and want to upgrade or you are a first time buyer you have come to the right place.
Now I know most of you have heard of the Multiple Listing Service (MLS). In fact many of you have browsed my website which uses an IDX feed to show properties listed on the Wasatch MLS. I bet you didn’t realize there are over 800 MLS’s in the United States. But what actually is the MLS and why is it so darn important in real estate transactions.
Sanpete county is blessed with many opportunities for affordable housing and as such it can be enticing for families of Snow College students to consider purchasing a home. Before you start looking at homes take a second and consider everything that applies when you buy a home for your college student.
As you will soon find out, one of my recent clients and I became frustrated with the service provided by a large mortgage broker. Hence the saying “Not all mortgage brokers or lenders are created equal”. I intend to break down what you can look for before selecting a broker so you can avoid disheartening situations.
I find that many of the quality properties in Sanpete County are listed as For Sale By Owner(FSBO). As the thorough Realtor I am I came across them while finding clients the perfect home. Yes a buyer’s agent often has buyers for homes that are FSBO.
As the election coverage heats up leading into November 8 I have been asked several times about the impact of buying and selling during an election year. Knowing my clients wanted to know what happens or will happen traditionally led me to do some research so here is the breakdown. No matter which candidate your rooting for, here is what traditionally you can expect in the housing market.
Instead of perpetuating real estate myths I intend to break down common myths and misconceptions about using a Realtor.
I believe everyone needs to be prepared for any emergency that may come their way. I welcome you to use my ultimate homeowner emergency contact list to help protect your property and family should the need arise.
Sellers need to know that pricing a home is one of the most important steps in completing a successful sale. Pricing a home properly leads to little negotiation, faster offers, and less headaches.
Earnest money is very important in a home buying transaction. The deposit is given to a home seller if a home buyer does not fulfill their obligations. I know what you’re thinking. But what if _____ happens? Well don’t worry I plan to show you how as a buyer you could lose your earnest money.
Since you have already been following my advice and prepared properly to sell your home these home showing tips for sellers should be a breeze. I suggest you also speak to your agent as they may have a few other requests for home showings depending on your particular situation.
Negotiation has always played an important role in any real estate transaction. As such, I wanted to share some of my key tips to negotiate a better deal on a home.
Selling a home in Sanpete County can be challenging. In fact it can be downright difficult if you are not prepared. With my recent success in closing several properties very quickly in Sanpete county I decided to share a few words of wisdom on preparing to sell your home.
Lets face it home improvements and renovations can be a nightmare and costly. The best way to add resale value to your home is through careful research of the local real estate market.
These 10 Real Estate quotes with GIFS have been pulled from some of my popular blog posts over the past year. I thought with summer getting into high gear a little laughter is in order. If you need more than a good laugh then click through to read the Real Estate related posts that go with everyone of these GIFs. Enjoy!
How do you narrow down your home search? Flip a coin? Ask a magic 8 ball? Ask your best friend? […]