When you offer a buyer’s home warranty on the house that you’re selling, you’ll be in a better position to entice buyers to pull the trigger on this biggest of big purchases.
When you buy your home for the first time, there can be a mix of feelings. Excitement, fear, hope, uncertainty all meddled into one. As conveyancing can be a bit of a blind spot, it’s good to get to know what’s involved. This way you know what you can do to make sure everything goes… continue reading »
Ask anybody involved in real estate – a buyer, seller, agent, anybody! – they’ll tell you that selling a property is quite the ordeal. One of the biggest reasons why selling property is so difficult is that it all comes down to the details, which are in theory not easy to manage or handle (for anyone,… continue reading »
There are plenty of articles telling home buyers the best and worst places to purchase property, but rarely do they provide any support or advice to those forced to invest in areas that are less than financially ideal. If you could drop everything and move to Maine, Iowa, or Arkansas for their low property taxes,… continue reading »
Being underwater with your mortgage loan means your home is now worth much less than its original value. Say you purchased a home worth $200K. After paying the first few mortgage installments, you find out your home is now worth less than $100K. Your mortgage is now underwater and you’re, figuratively, drowning in debt! The… continue reading »
Reverse mortgages are presented as useful financial tools that could help the elderly in times of financial crisis. Why the elderly? Because you’d have to be at least 62 to qualify for a reverse mortgage loan. This type of mortgage is designed to help retirees get back on their feet if income isn’t sufficient or… continue reading »