Category: Real Estate Advice

11 Feb 2020

Swipe Right for Your Dream Home

From flowers to boxes of chocolates, from jewelry to the giant stuffed teddy bear, there is no denying that the “Holiday of Love” is upon us! Valentine’s Day is a holiday that is loved by many and hated by even more. Whether you love it, hate it, or don’t celebrate you are not immune to […]

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20 Jan 2020

Who You Hire Matters

Buying & Selling Real Estate often means the largest single transaction one will make in their lifetime. Shouldn’t that mean hiring the best possible representation is critical? It seems to make sense, which is why I am constantly scratching my head over some of the things I see on an almost daily basis in this […]

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09 Sep 2019

Is it Time to Buy a Bigger Home?

Chances are that if you’re like most people, then when it comes to making a move in Real Estate, it can be overwhelming, especially when you already own a home and are looking to move up in the market. There are many reasons to “move up” in the world of Real Estate such as: New […]

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03 Sep 2019

Don’t Let Headlines Create Your Reality

If you’ve been online or opened a newspaper in the past few weeks, you’ve likely seen some Bold Headlines such as the following: Has the next recession begun? Millenials to be wiped out by Recession Housing Market heads toward Troubled Times Stock Market on Volatile Ground Trade Wars with China create Unstable Economy Headlines are […]

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13 Jun 2019

What Does it Take to Buy a Home?

Many people assume Home Ownership is out of reach, but that’s often due to them having misconceptions about qualifications needed. What is really needed to qualify? Credit Score – 580 Minimum Down Payment – 3% Maximum DTI (debt-to-income) Ratio – 50% What do most people think is needed? Credit Score of 650+ 10%+ for Down […]

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14 Feb 2019

What Happens to My Home in a Divorce

This is not a fun topic to discuss, but one that unfortunately comes into play sometimes. When a divorce occurs, what happens to the home? Well, there are a few ways this can play out. Hopefully the two parties involved can be amicable as that will yield the best results for all involved. Otherwise, it […]

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29 Jan 2019

Breaking Down Solar

By the Numbers: I’ve wrote about Solar before and it’s one of those technologies that just keeps evolving. I like to compare it to “big screen” TV’s back in the mid 2000’s. At that time, you would commonly see people spending $4,000 – $5,000 but today it’s $400 – $500 for the same size and […]

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10 Jan 2019

Be Careful What You Say

Hold Those Comments! With the rise of in-home technology, this has changed the way we need to act when looking at homes to buy. There are so many options out there for surveillance that chances are high you won’t know when you’re being watched or listened to. Alexa, Echo Dot, Ring, Google Home and the […]

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