July 25th, 2022 at 11:00 am
You’ve had your eyes on a new property, you’re taking that dream job in the next state over, or you’re ready for a change of scenery—either way, when it’s time to sell your home and find a potential buyer, you can expect your to-do list to substantially grow.
In your pre-sale preliminary research, you’ll likely discover that real estate experts recommend home staging, or preparing your home for showings using existing or new furniture pieces, decorations, and accouterments.
If you’re interested in staging, how much should you budget for the process? In this guide, we’ll explore everything you need to consider about the costs of home staging—from your home’s size to the asking price, and more—and explain some of the pros and cons of staging. For tips on how to make your home look professional and welcoming to potential buyers, read up on staging a home for sale before you decide to put your home up for sale.(more…)
July 6th, 2022 at 11:00 am
There are many stages to buying or selling a home. For sellers, the process begins when you first decide to sell and start readying your home for inspections, appraisals, and viewings. For buyers, it begins when you start looking at listings, considering your funding options, and visiting potential properties.(more…)
April 25th, 2022 at 11:00 am
The process of selling your home can come with complexities. While the broader process of selling a home is fairly static, no two home selling experiences are exactly the same. Real estate market forces, basic communication, and a whole host of other factors mean that you have to approach every home sale with clear eyes.(more…)
November 1st, 2021 at 11:00 am
The housing market is deeply fluid and easily swayed by various factors in local and national economies and politics. This can get even more granular as housing markets within specific neighborhoods and communities can vary drastically with housing markets on a larger scale.(more…)
August 16th, 2021 at 11:00 am
Taxes are a necessity in modern American society. They pay for basic infrastructures, like roads and schools, and they go toward the salaries of teachers, post office workers, and other government employees.(more…)