Purchasing A Historic Home

Buying a home can be one of the most stressful, yet satisfying, experiences that you will have in your adult life. There are so many factors that you must take into consideration before purchasing a home, such as a mortgage, maintaining curb appeal, and the resale value of the home. If you are considering purchasing a historic home, there can be an added level of stress and satisfaction. Historic homes are often times beautiful and can exist in any number of neighborhoods. Read More 

Looking To Buy In A Popular Neighborhood? Here Are A Few Tips To Help You Survive, And Even Win, A Bidding War

You've found a house so amazing that it blows your must-have list away – but there's a problem. This once-in-a-lifetime house is also in a great neighborhood and a stellar school district, making it very attractive to a wide variety of buyers. You're not ready to give up yet, but have never been in a real estate bidding war before. Don't lose out on the house of your dreams and instead, here are a few tips to help you survive, and hopefully win, your bidding war: Read More 

Renting A Home When You’re Self-Employed

Being self-employed is a dream come true for many people, allowing them more flexibility in life and work than they could obtain from a regular job. Unfortunately, there are drawbacks to being self-employed, and one of them is it can be more difficult to rent a home. If you work for yourself and you're looking for a place to live, here are a few tips for convincing a landlord to rent to you. Read More