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Friday, August 16, 2019 / by Lauren McGinnis
When you start looking for a home are you going to be a first time home buyer? If you are have you ever thought that maybe owning your own home wasn't within your reach? If you have, you are not the only one to feel that way! According to the National Association of Realtors' most "older millennials" also feel that same way.
Based on a recent survey by the National Association of Realtors the largest group of first time homebuyers is people aged 25 - 36 (Older Millennials) right now in the us. With the median age being 32 years old. More and more "older millennials" are realizing that their dream of homeownership is actually within their reach right now!
So much so that of the population of new homeowners almost 90% of first time buyers fit into the "older millennials" grouping.
That 90% group can be broken down into these smaller groups:
54% are married couples purchasing a home for the first time
18% are single females
10% are single males
16% are couple ...
Thursday, July 11, 2019 / by Brooke Cole
Are you considering selling your home? While we would all like to believe that placing our home up for sale is as simple as finding the perfect agent, agreeing on a price, and sitting back while offers roll in that just simply isn't the case. If you are ready to list your home here are the 5 most important things to consider according to realtor.com before taking the plunge. First can you actually afford to sell your home? In theory after you list your home, offers pour in, it sells, and you collect a check. However in most cases there will be some work needed before you can list your property. Landscaping your property can cost an average of $3,000 up front, but it may increase your property value up to 12%. Once all of the hard work is finished having professional pictures taken is often suggested, so that your listing will stand out among the others in the area. After investing in landscaping, our team takes care of that cost of getting professional pictures tak ...
Wednesday, August 16, 2017 / by Brooke Cole
You've heard it before and you will hear it again! There are risks to selling your own property!
Of course, as REALTORs we want you to work with us, but we also care about the people in our community. We want to make sure you are protected.
Some things to consider before you put up that FSBO sign....
Are you really saving any time on your FSBO?
Do you know who to call if you have a question?
Are you available at any time for showings? How mad will you be when you find out they aren't even serious buyers? Did you know they weren't pre-approved for a mortgage?
Do you have time to plan your marketing strategy?
How long can you wait for it to sell?
According to Zillow, "An attorney not familiar with real estate processes and closing procedures could cost you hundreds of dollars and delay the closing."
Are you really saving money on your FSBO?
Want to price it right? Appraisals can cost hundreds of dollars.
Want someone to review the legal documents? Lawyers ain't cheap. ...