Things You Should Put Away When Your Home is on the Market


Buyers want to see your house, not all of your personal belongings. Too much “stuff” can obstruct their view of your home and can get in the way of them visualizing how your house can become theirs. As a seller,

Can Your Homeowner’s Insurance Provider Drop You Because of Too Many Claims Submitted?


If you want to ensure that you receive financial compensation should anything happen to your home or its belongings, then you absolutely need homeowners insurance. In fact, you probably won’t even be able to hold a mortgage if you don’t

Is Professional Home Staging Worth the Extra Effort and Cost?


There’s nothing wrong with wanting to save some cash whenever you can, especially when it comes to operating your home. In fact, you’d be foolish not to take advantage of money-saving tactics if they’re simple and don’t come with consequences.

Why You Should Consider Buying the Worst Home on the Best Street


Buying an awesome house in a great neighborhood that’s turn-key and requires little to no work sounds like a no-brainer, right?

Not always, especially if that home just happens to be the most expensive one on the block. In cases

6 Signs a Seller is Open For Negotiation


As a buyer, the more you can get out of a real estate deal, the better, and that includes a lower purchase price. Having said that, any information you can gather about the seller regarding the motivations that lie beneath

INFOGRAPHIC: California Sales Report For March 2017


9 Savvy Ways to Negotiate on a Home Purchase


Finding the right home for you and your family is one thing; buying it at the price you want and can afford is quite another. That’s where savvy negotiating comes into the picture. If you want to land the home

INFOGRAPHIC: 8 Blunders Buyers Are Often Guilty of in a Seller’s Market


Curb Appeal: 7 Ways to Boost the First Impression of Your Home


Curb appeal speaks volumes to prospective buyers. Nobody is going to be enticed to spend the big bucks on a home that looks shabby from the outside, unless the buyer is a flipper or investor. Otherwise, you’ll likely be sending