home inspection Ordinarily, a serious buyer would pay to have a home formally inspected. The goal is to uncover any potential problems before signing on the dotted line, while there's still time to negotiate. But sometimes …
Archive for October, 2013
I appreciate the convenience of doing a search with certain criteria on MLS to find what homes are on the market but is that the only way realtors find homes for their buyers? If so then I feel I’ll be wasting that persons time. I’m searching for that ‘fixer-uper’ that is in a good neighborhood that is priced much less than the surrounding homes. That case allows one to fix it up with improvements & yield a profit… not just having the best house in a junk neighborhood. Doing a search of normal listings will yield a house in an area of other like-priced houses in a neighborhood that will not reward the time & monies put into that house. I would think professional realtors would have other sources available for those ‘not-move-in-ready’ properties. Am I wrong?
If you've been following our Facebook Page every day for the past four-and-a-half years, you've already seen most of these photos. Halloween seems like a good time to re-share these. Unlike most of our blog posts, this one …
Whether you hire professionals to inspect your rental home or you do it yourself, there are different types of inspections that need to be performed on your rental property.
Here is how to do your own home inspection before buying a house.
Are there any options for someone wanting to purchase a home during their repayment plan?