If you’re one of those people who’s constantly wondering why there’s never enough hours in the day, you might want to keep an eye on how much time you waste checking through your email.
Here are four tactics to help you as a home-buyer through this challenging time in your journey.
With Spring here and the real estate market coming back in many areas there’s the potential of a new and interesting problem for real estate professionals, how best to handle multiple offers.
The first few months of 2014 have proven lucrative for the real estate market. Although most trend speculators advise buyers to rest easy on low interest rates, Queensland maintains to be the top area in property sales.
If you’re looking for a new apartment, you’re not alone. The Census Bureau reports that more people move to a new rental during the summer (May to August), than any other season. With vacancy rates across the country down, and rental rates up, it’s a landlord’s market, and it can be a challenge to find what you want at a price you can afford. Here are five negotiation tips to help you through your apartment search.
If you are looking to sell your home it’s always nice to know what you can do to help increase your asking price. You just have to make sure that any improvements you make are going to translate into a higher dollar sale. Many people assume that for every dollar spent, they’ll recover, and some, but it doesn’t work that way.
Just like in the US, getting a foothold on the property ladder can be extremely tough for first-time buyers in the UK. But as the old saying goes, where there’s a will, there’s almost always a way, and celebrity real estate investor Rick Otton seems to know how.
Short sales offer underwater homeowners an easier way out of trouble, but they don’t always proceed as smoothly as we like – this kind of transaction can take up to three months longer than a regular sale, and during that time there’s lots of potential for the deal to go sour.