Is it just me or does it seem like everyone is selling their house lately?
“Can I be successful in selling a house privately?”
We get this question all the time.
As a family business committed to ethical standards, we pride ourselves on being honest and transparent with our clients. This means that our clients feel so comfortable with us, they can literally ask us anything.
And this question is often one of the most frequent.
A study from the National Association of Realtors found that one quarter of all private sellers will list their house with an agent within 6 to 8 weeks of their house going on the market.
Why? In short, because they typically don’t work. In fact, the same study found that only 2/3 of all FSBO (For Sale By Owner) sales are successful.
With that in mind, can selling a house privately work? Read more
Buying a house is an exciting and emotional experience, but at its core it’s just about numbers. Income, debt, credit, interest, and balances all play important roles in whether or not you become a homeowner, or if you have to wait on the sidelines until the numbers look better.
Whether this is your first home or your tenth, you’re likely in tune with your finances since banks won’t give mortgages to just anyone, which is why it’s important to refrain from rash spending during the months leading up to, and during you next home purchase.
To help you avoid any unnecessary setbacks, we’ve compiled a list of things to avoid when buying your next home.