Guide to buying a luxury home
Sep09

Guide to buying a luxury home

With buyers and builders negatively affected by COVID-19, your house building plans may have come to a halt a few months ago. However, buying a luxury home is a process that requires attention to detail, patience, and plenty of planning. While many of the strategies you would use to purchase traditional real estate are useful, there are a few special considerations to be made when buying a luxury home. If you still want to buy a...

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4 steps to help new real estate agents get going on home sales
Aug05

4 steps to help new real estate agents get going on home sales

Being a real estate agent can be quite lucrative. However, it can be difficult for you to get your real estate agent business off of the ground. There are several things that you can do to get your home sales going. Offer a Virtual Tour Most people want to know what a property looks like before they visit it. That is why it is a good idea for you to offer a virtual tour. You will need to use photos and videos. There are several...

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4 elements to look for in single family homes as a first time buyer
Jul05

4 elements to look for in single family homes as a first time buyer

Purchasing one’s family home can be a complex process for new homebuyers. In addition to finding a home that’s safe and secure, parents have to keep the future of their growing family in mind during their search for a house. If you’re on the hunt for a new home for your family, keep the following four features in mind. Large Kitchen The kitchen is typically the most used room in the house. Whether you’re serving three...

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Rent or buy – 6 questions to ask yourself
Jun17

Rent or buy – 6 questions to ask yourself

Should you rent or buy property? Regardless of the decision that you make, this is a key question for your financial future as you will be spending a lot of money on the property. Whether it is rental properties that you are looking for or a residential property for sale, understanding the pros and cons of both are necessary to make the best choice. Rent may appear to be cheaper in the short term, but it leaves you with no equity and...

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