Since the recession we have seen a trend of 18 to 34 year olds staying at home and those who have left. But...
It can be a daunting task but organizing your home and packing….YES PACKING…because you’re going to
sell your home and move, but it can put thousands more in your pocket!
Buying a house is a dream for many people but unfortunately, there are also many families that are dealing with poor credit. Quite simply, if you don't have an adequate score on your credit report, you are going to be able to get a traditional mortgage. In fact, you may even have a difficult time getting any type of mortgage so your dream of buying a home cannot become a reality. That is, of course, unless you understand the secrets of how to raise your credit score so buying a home is possible. Here are a few things to help you along the way.
Most homeowners do not have to pay tax on the sale of their home. This is due to the Internal Revenue Service allowing you to exclude capital gains of up to $250,000 from a sale of your primary residence (if you qualify). However, before you leave capital gains off your tax return, there are some things that you need to know to ensure that you are fully compliant with the laws.
Nowadays, nothing is more important than keeping your home secure and your family safe. Luckily, there are more ways than ever to burglar-proof your home. Below, we will be going over the Top Home Security Tips To Burglar Proof Your Home.
All real estate transactions involve multiple parties. There may be dual agency real estate in some transactions. Learn what is dual agency and whether or not it is right for you.
Selling your home is one of the biggest transactions most people make in their lives. The only thing that equals it is buying a home.
For many people, they are buying and selling at the same time, to move to a new town or to upgrade, or downgrade, from their current house. That means it's important for them to make sure they have the right person handling their sale.