Buying a foreclosure

Buying a foreclosure

Purchasing a foreclosure is a great way to get a house below market value. While the buying process itself can appear to be complicated, it’s actually not that different from purchasing a normal home. As with any real estate purchase there is always some risk...
Tech changing homeownership

Tech changing homeownership

Smart home technology involves automating the ability to control items around your own home by either pushing a button or using a voice command. There are all sorts of smart home product categories that let you control everything ranging from lights to temperature to...
Homeowner Tax Myths Busted

Homeowner Tax Myths Busted

When it comes to the United States tax code, this is something that is extremely long and hard to understand, especially the home-related tax issues. One tax program, however, that seems to cause all sorts of confusion is the first-time homebuyer credit. Despite...
How to declutter your kitchen for the New Year

How to declutter your kitchen for the New Year

Now that the year 2020 is officially upon us, the time has come for many people to begin making New Year’s resolutions. One of the most common and popular ones that get made is people wanting to keep their homes as clean as they possibly can. Perhaps one of the...
Tips for First Time Home Searchers

Tips for First Time Home Searchers

When you’re ready to buy, you’ll need to determine if you prefer the charm of an existing home or the look and feel of a newer build. With limited existing home inventory available today, especially in the starter and middle-level markets, many buyers are considering...
What is contingency when buying or selling a house?

What is contingency when buying or selling a house?

A home sale contingency is a type of contingency clause that’s commonly included in a real estate sales contract. In the event that a home sells by a certain date, then the contract ends up moving forward. On the other hand, if it doesn’t sell, then the...