Valuable Lessons Millennials Can Teach Us about Real Estate

A lot of experienced professionals have their underrated thoughts about millennials. Though many of these millennials are tagged as lazy and tech-driven individuals, they have some great impacts on a certain area which in real estate. Some of these are the changes in office culture, increased listing automation and crowdfunding mortgages. They are in the largest percentage of the working force now and...


5 Tips to Prevent Basement Flooding

Heavy rains could be a disaster to home owners as it's the leading cause of flooded basements. In the case that the water stays for 24 to 48 hours, you could face new problems such as mold, rust and dangerous situations such as live power lines, debris, etc.

1) Watch the exterior
Start from the outside of your house by fixing roof leaks, clearing rain gains, and trimming tree branches that might fall...

How to Finance an Investment Property

There are a lot of benefits related to investment property ownership and real estate can be a hedge against the volatility as the stocks fall. In order to maintain a steady income, one could be landlord but it would take a great amount to start with. Though, the easiest way is decide to take a loan. There are several forms in financing your investment property and choosing the right choice could determine...


Way to Attract Millennial Buyers

Some clients are after a renovation project. According to Consumer Reports these are the things young homebuyers look for the most.

Buyers from millennial generation are more likely to find a kind of home that can be ready for moving in and would enjoy and satisfies them right away. The millennial generation is feed with tremendous online information that reflects in the process on their home search....

Choosing Between a Condo & Townhouse

There are a lot of housing choices particularly in urban areas that makes it hard for many first-time homebuyers to choose the type of residence to purchase. Any type of homes has their own advantages and disadvantages and buyers should think about their budget and lifestyle in deciding which home type suits for them.

What Is a Townhouse?

Basically, a townhouse is known as a narrow, multilevel residence...


Devaluing Home Renovations To Should Avoid

Though upgrades can improve the home’s condition, not all increase the property's value. Here are four common renovations to avoid when adding value to your home. 

1. Plumbing and HVAC improvements

Though potential buyers expect functional plumbing and HVAC systems in your home, you don't have to dish out a ton of money to upgrade all of the components. You should focus on smaller, less expensive...


Quick Ways to Give Your Bathroom a New Look

You don't have to do a total renovation to make your bathroom new again, A massive change of amenities in your bathroom would cost you a lot of time and money. Making some smart updates can compensate your comfort and personal style along with lasting materials and amenities. Let’s focus on the following areas.

1. Replace your Showerhead
One of the easiest ways to refresh the bathroom is to buy...

5 Important Considerations to Financing Your Home

1) Financing Factors

Knowing the amount you can spend on your new home is the first thing to do. The four main factors that would affect the amount that you can borrow are the size of your down payment, credit score, debt-to-income ratio (DTI) and monthly maintenance expenses.
Down Payment.

The down payment which is usually 5% to 20% of the home’s purchase price is the amount of saved money that...
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