Have you reached a point where your current home isn’t quite right anymore? Maybe your family is growing and you need more space, or your children have gone off to college and it’s time to downsize. Maybe the neighborhood has changed since you moved in. Or you’ve just realized that you cannot live with that..
In the wake of Hurricane Irma, Florida residents are left to deal with significant storm damage. It’s inevitable that after a natural disaster, the real estate market will take a noticeable hit while buying and selling homes takes a backseat to hurricane cleanup. But don’t worry – the market is expected to recover quickly, so..
Are you looking to expand your investment portfolio? If so, you might want to consider purchasing an investment property. The real estate market has stabilized over the last few years, and it’s useful to have a tangible asset that’s appreciating in value as well as generating income for you. Whether you choose to buy a..
In short, a broker is a third party that has access to mortgage products from multiple lenders. The broker does not actually lend you the money. The lender is the financial institution that brings the funds to the closing table, and who you will pay your mortgage to each month. Pros and Cons of Using..
In a perfect world, your neighbors are your friends. You love your neighborhood, and everyone works together to make it an attractive, safe, and friendly place to live. In the real world, we all know someone who has “that neighbor” that doesn’t fit the mold. For homebuyers searching for a new home, checking out the..