11 Oct

Things to Avoid After Applying for a Mortgage

Things to Avoid After Applying for a Mortgage 4.2KSHARES 3.7K 121 201 204 Congratulations! You’ve found a home to buy and have applied for a mortgage! You’re undoubtedly...
By America Almeida with LeaderOne Financial
10 Oct

Preparing Your Home for the Colder Months

Now that the warm summer months are behind us, it’s time to prepare for winter. Regardless of whether you expect to see sub-zero temperatures this season or you live in one of the warmer climates, sav
By The Synergy Team LLC with Palmer House Properties Associates

What Are the Most Profitable Home Remodeling Projects

Should you modernize your outdated kitchen—or install that beautiful, new hardwood flooring? Is it wiser to convert the basement or the attic into an additional living area? Or should you forgo the...
By Anna Reed, Realtor with Allison James Estates & Homes

Meeting With A Real Estate Professional

Today we're starting a brand new series just for you on the home selling process step-by-step-by-step, the dos and don'ts that you want to look out for. Stay tuned for step one.
By Jon Sump with The Home Brokerage

You Need More Than a Guide. You Need a Sherpa.

Hiring an agent who has a finger on the pulse of the market will make your buying or selling experience an educated one.
By Mary Carlton; ABR, SRS, GRI with Total Property Resources

Why Your Home Isn’t Selling

???????Deciding to put your home up for sale is a big decision. But if it isn't selling, you may have a problem. Check out these common issues.
By J. Gibson with Fine Properties

Reasons Why VA Loans Are On The Rise

Reasons why you should take advantage of your VA benefits
By Frank Roccuzzo - The Roccuzzo Mortgage Group with Barrett Financial Group LLC

Rare Find! Custom Colonial! 2 True Master Suites!

By DeAnna Gordon with eXp Realty

You Need More Than a Guide. You Need a Sherpa

Hiring an agent who has a finger on the pulse of the market will make your buying or selling experience an educated one...................................
By Leslie Huggins with A Choice Realty

Rent vs Own

In this fast pace market, many renters may be hesitant to enter the Real Estate market. However, studies show that most homeowners prefer a mortgage payment over rent. part of this is due to the net worth...
By Kevin McEwen with Weichert REALTORS
9 Oct

Homeownership is the Top Contributor to Your Net Worth

There are financial and non-financial benefits to owning a home.
By Mary Carlton; ABR, SRS, GRI with Total Property Resources

Get Focused... Do-Doing-Done

In today's connected world, we are bombarded by so many tasks that it can be hard to keep track of everything. The solution? A Do-Doing-Done Board! Watch my video for details.
By Jonathan Liu, J.D. with H&M Realty Group

Vacation Home Advice for Retirees

  Right now, there are more people 65 and up in the United States than there have been at any other time in our nation's history.  Currently, that figure stands at 15.1 percent. ...
By Agent Blog Poster with AgentMarketing.com

The Seller Rejected Your Offer - What Now?

  Finding the right home is a serious process. Just like any other long term commitment, you’ve likely spent a great deal of time finding a home that you love and can picture yourself...
By Kelly Ordille with CENTURY 21 Nachman Realty

Home Ownership is the Top Contributor to Your Net Worth

There are financial and non-financial benefits to owning a home. If you would like to increase your net worth, let’s get together so you can learn all the benefits of becoming a homeowner.............
By Leslie Huggins with A Choice Realty
8 Oct

A+ Reasons To Hire A "Real" Real Estate Professional

So you're thinking about buying or selling a house. Find out why you need a real real estate professional. Stay tuned.
By Jon Sump with The Home Brokerage

Riverside Market Statistics as of August 2019

By Larry Falk with Allison James of California Inc (CalBRE # 01885684)

What FICO® Score Do You Need to Qualify for a Mortgage?

As you can see, plenty of loans are granted to buyers with a FICO® score that is lower than the national average.
By Mary Carlton; ABR, SRS, GRI with Total Property Resources