Your kids are past the toddler stage, past the grade-school stage, and into the teen years. They don't need a nursery anymore, and you don't really care that the yard they play in is fenced-in. However, you will still want to keep your teens' needs in mind when shopping for a new family home. Here are a few features that come in handy when you are a parent to teens. [Read More]
Reasons To Get A House Evaluation Before Listing It
A big decision you must make when listing your house for sale is the asking price you will place on the listing. This price will either help you sell the house or will deter buyers from even viewing it, which means you should make sure you choose the right asking price before publishing your listing. There are a variety of ways to determine what this price should be, but one of the best ways is by getting a house evaluation. [Read More]
Attending Your First Open House As A Buyer
Open house events can be an excellent marketing tool for those who are looking to sell their property. Unfortunately, new buyers will often find attending these events to be some of the most stressful parts of buying a house as they may be unsure as to what they should expect or how they should approach these events. Arrive At The Open House Fairly Early The open house event will have a start and stop time. [Read More]
Should You View Two-Story Homes If You Want To Buy A Single-Story House?
If you are almost certain that you want to buy a single-story house and not a two-story home, you might wonder if you should even view two-story houses in your search. After all, if you would not want one, why look at them? Well, you may want to limit your search to single-story homes; however, there are still some good reasons you may want to also view two-story houses as you search for the right home. [Read More]