Shopping Around For Your Mortgage Can Be A Good Thing

Most people shop around for the best deal when making a major purchase, right? This is not the case for more than half of today’s home buyers when mortgage shopping. Because of the paperwork involved in acquiring a mortgage, the idea of shopping around for a...

What is a Use and Occupancy Agreement?

  Buying a new home is a complicated process, especially if you have to vacate your previous home before the transaction is finalized. In that situation, you may be able to work out a use and occupancy agreement with the seller of your new home. This will allow...

Common Home Selling Myths

Selling a home can be difficult if a person hasn’t gone through the process before, and the situation hasn’t helped by all of the myths that are floating around the web. It’s time to set the record straight. Here are four myths that should be ignored...

How to Buy and Sell a Home at the Same Time

The difficult thing about moving and buying a new home is actually selling the home you already have. This dual process of buying and selling can be one of the most stressful things you ever do. Not only do you have to worry about fixing up and putting your home on...

Is That House a Flipped Property?

  Houses that have undergone a fix and flip can be found in nearly every market in the country. While this isn’t necessarily a bad thing for the home buyer, it does mean paying closer attention to the physical features of each home. Some properties are...