How To Buy A House In 10 Steps

Buying a house is not something that can be taken lightly. It may be the largest, most important purchase you ever make. And to make sure this is the right house for you it needs to meet two objectives: offer the right space you and your family need and work with your budget. That is

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Ask Brian: Will 2021 be a Good Time to Buy a House?

Ask Brian is a weekly column by Real Estate Expert Brian Kline. If you have questions on real estate investing, DIY, home buying/selling, or other housing inquiries please email your questions to [email protected] Question from Bethanny in WA: Hello Brian, the 2020 housing market has been afflicted with low inventory, rising home prices, endless bidding

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7 Steps to Buying a Home in 2020

Buying your dream home can be an exciting and emotional process. For one, it makes you anxious thinking about the possible consequences of getting a new house, especially if you are not financially stable. However, doing thorough research about the homebuying process before starting your home search will help you feel more at ease. It

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Casavo Raises €50m to Fuel Expansion Across Europe

Italian buy/sell startup Casavo has raised €50 million in Series-B funding led by Greenoaks Capital. The funds will go to expand the company’s reach.

Buyer’s Agents Do More Than Unlock Doors

There is nothing more confusing when buying a house than understanding your “legal” relationship with your real estate agent.  Yes, your state laws define how an agent can legally work for you or with you. Here in Massachusetts you can buy a home through a Buyer’s Agent, Selling Agent, Dual Agent, Facilitator, Designated Agent and

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What To Actually Look For When Buying A House

Buying a new home can be incredibly stressful. There’s so much to think about, it can be easy to forget to check everything you want in a new home. According to studies, 26% of people view their home once before buying it, while 43% viewed the property twice, 21% three times and 11% four or

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Home Affordability on the Rise throughout the USA

Home affordability in the US is on an upward trend, as 74.9% of homes sold in the fourth quarter of 2012 were deemed affordable to families with a US median income of $65,000, up from the 74.1 percentage of the previous quarter. These are the findings of the latest National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Opportunity Index (HOI).

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