Nora Richards

For some people, moving is one of the most stressful events of their lives. This can especially be the case when homeowners must sell their houses quickly. If you need to sell your home quickly, but aren’t sure how to do so, consider hiring a reputable, real estate agent near you. This professional can walk through your home and provide ideas about how you can make it more attractive to potential buyers. For example, your real estate agent might recommend you replace the carpet in your living room with hardwood floors. On this blog, I hope you will discover the numerous ways a real estate agent can assist you during the home selling process. Enjoy!

2 Things You Can Do To Increase The Value Of An Older Single Family Home

20 July 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you recently purchased a single family home that is a bit older but has a lot of potential, this can be a very fun project for you. If your goal is to sell the home for a good amount more than you bought it for, there are certain things that you can do that really appeal to potential buyers and increase the value of the home. This ensures that the buyer not only likes the home but that it is appraised for the amount that you would like to sell it for. Read More …

Down By The Seashore–4 Tips To Find The Right Waterfront Property For You

18 July 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Investing in waterfront property--whether it's for a vacation home or a full-time residence--is an exciting prospect. In fact, for most homeowners, it's a dream come true. But, it can have some unique challenges that many other forms of real estate don't come with. So, how can you beat the pitfalls and find the property of your dreams? Here are a few tips from the pros. Focus On Your Passions There are many different types of waterfront homes for sale, from lakeside property to beach access to river facing--with their own individual benefits and drawbacks. Read More …

Some Things You Need To Know About A Public Adjuster

12 July 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you have had damage done to your house you need to get a public adjuster to come to your home and access the damage. This is an important part of making a claim and ensuring that all the right documentation is done to work with the insurance to get reimbursement. Here are some things you might be wondering. What Is A Public Adjuster? A public adjuster is a professional who knows the market value on property and belongings and who can put a value to all of the things in your house. Read More …

Should You Build Or Buy A Home?

12 July 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

You've decided that you are ready for a new house, but you haven't yet decided whether or not you want to build your own home from the ground up or buy one that's already built. There are a lot of things that you will want to think about and go over when it comes to buying or building your next home. When you buy, you get instant gratification If you are able to find a home that works out great for you and your family and it is already built, then you get to enjoy instant gratification. Read More …

Three Ways To Give Your Home A Little More Privacy

29 June 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you are a private person who prefers to feel alone and safe while at home, having close neighbors may not appeal to you. If you live in a city with a high population, it may be common for your home to be close to the neighbor's houses. When you are on the real estate market looking at homes for sale, you may find single family homes that fit your profile perfectly but are close to the neighboring homes or easy to see from the streets. Read More …