Real Estate

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!

Buying A Brand New Home? Get What You Want And Protect Your Purchase, Too

20 November 2014
 Categories: Real Estate, Articles

Brand new homes can offer buyers one feature that no other home can provide: an opportunity to have a home built exactly to the buyer's specifications. If you are interested in having a new home built, then chances are good that you are considering this possibility because of that reason. However, throughout the entire process of building, you should be certain that you are getting everything you want, and protect your purchase, too. Read More …

Buying Your First Home? 3 Questions You Should Ask Your Realtor Before You Sign Papers

14 November 2014
 Categories: Real Estate, Articles

If you are like most people, you might find the idea of buying your first home overwhelming. In addition to tracking down the perfect place in the right neighborhood, you might also be worried about buying a lemon or paying more than you should. However, with the help of a real estate agent, you might be able to navigate through your first home purchase like a pro. Here are three questions that you should ask your realtor before you sign any papers, so that you can get a great deal. Read More …

Calgreen Regulations & Construction Waste Management: What Californian Home Builders Need To Know

31 October 2014
 Categories: Real Estate, Articles

From January 1, 2014, new stricter building regulations came into effect in the state of California, which focus on green or environmentally friendly construction practices. The California 2013 Green Building Standards Code (or CALGreen) governs the construction or alteration of low and high-rise residential buildings. The legislation covers many aspects of construction, including waste management. If you're building or extending a home, find out how CALGreen applies to any construction or demolition waste you create and what you need to do to comply with the law. Read More …

Understanding Equity: Your Home As A Financial Asset

1 October 2014
 Categories: Real Estate, Articles

Even though the cash flow that moves through your bank account is never standing still, you have a lot of untapped assets that greatly increase the value of your standard of living. One of the biggest assets you have is your land and your house--even if you're still paying it off. There are certain ways you can use your home equity to your advantage, especially if you suddenly become financially strapped due to job loss or a medical emergency. Read More …