Full Disclosure: What You Don’t Know Might Hurt You

If you are in the market for a new home, you might have noticed a surprising lack of perfection. Just like people, homes have their quirks and issues and searching for the perfect home can lead to frustration. While all homes have problems, it is important to know about the issues and use that knowledge to form an opinion and perhaps even an offer to purchase. Read on to find out more about what the seller needs to disclose to you before the deal can be sealed. Read More 

How Owning A Home Can Be Cheaper Than Renting One

A lot of people are afraid to buy a house because owning a house can be costly; however, there are situations when owning a house might be cheaper than renting one. If you would like to buy a house but are afraid it would cost too much, here are several things you should understand about this. You will have to stick with a cheaper house How much are you currently paying for rent right now? Read More 

Things You Should Avoid Doing When Viewing Homes For Sale

If you have never owned a house, you probably have never shopped for a home by attending showings. If this is the case, there are several important things you should avoid doing while you are viewing homes for sale. Bringing drinks and food into the homes you see When you view homes, you should realize that people own these houses, and in most cases, people are living in them. Because of that, you should respect the homes you view, and one good way to do this is by leaving your drinks and food in your car. Read More 

Two Tips To Prepare You For Living In The Mountains

Whether you're tired of living in the city or just looking for a new experience, buying a home in the mountains can provide a nice change of pace. If you've never lived in the mountains (or even visited) before, here are two things you can do to prepare yourself for the challenges you'll face. Adapt to Altered Altitude One of the first things you'll experience living in the mountains are the side effects of the higher altitude. Read More 

Want To Get Even More From Your Relationship With Your Real Estate Agent? What Sellers Should Know

While there will always be homeowners who feel qualified and capable to manage the sale of their home, numbers continue to show that the vast majority still choose to rely on the services of a real estate professional when the time comes to sell. In fact, according to industry data provided by the National Association or Realtors┬«, 89% of home sellers utilized the services of a real estate agent to market their home. Read More