Considering a move to the suburbs? If so, finding a great home in an excellent school district may well be at the top of your list. Keep in mind that even if you don’t have school-age children, a community’s highly regarded public school system helps to ensure strong market value and a consistently high demand for property. Here are…read more
When choosing which town to live in, check out the sports, arts, and cultural programs available. Thinking about moving out of the city to the suburbs? You’re probably spending hours researching which town or community you want to settle in. No doubt some confusion has arisen as your friends enthusiastically describe their communities and encourage you…read more
You’ve finally decided to take the plunge and buy a home. But with hundreds of Realtors active in every community, where do you start? Following are some questions you may want to ask to help find the Realtor that’s right for you: Is your Realtor a licensed, full-time professional? While there are many part-time Realtors…read more
With daffodils about to burst into bloom, now is the best time to list your home for sale. A small investment of time and money can make your house stand out from the crowd and help attract multiple buyers, increasing your chances for a quick sale. What to do first? Check for problems and make…read more
By Fiona Dogan Today’s international homebuyers who settle in the U.S. come from the far corners of the globe, from as far away as Russia and Australia, and just across the border, from Canada and Mexico. According to the National Association of Realtors, foreign buyers purchased an estimated at $104 billion in U.S. residential real…read more
If you are thinking of listing your home for sale this year, here are some tips you may want to consider before putting your house on the market in 2016: • List your home in January. Traditionally sellers have timed the marketing of their homes to coincide with the spring months of March and April….read more
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