INFOGRAPHIC: California Sales Report For July 2018

10 Home Maintenance and Repair Skills All Homeowners Should Be Familiar With

It might be easy to change a light bulb or tighten a loose cabinet handle, but there are several other tasks that will need to be done around the house over time. If you constantly call in a handyman to

Can You Get a Lease if You’ve Never Rented Before?

There’s a first for everything, including renting your first apartment. But given all of the information and history that landlords typically like to see from tenant applicants, is it possible to get a lease if you’ve got no references or

7 Tricks Real Estate Agents Use When Negotiating

While you might not necessarily be doing any of the wheeling and dealing at the negotiating table when buying or selling a home, it’s still interesting to know how your real estate agent handles these talks in order to get

INFOGRAPHIC: NAR’s Existing Home Sales Report For June 2018

6 Tips For Choosing the Right Mortgage Lender

Most buyers need a mortgage to purchase a home, and when you finally secure financing, you’ll be stuck with it for a long time. The most common amortization period is 25 years, so that’s a long time to be tied

Should You Consider a Rent-to-Own Home to Get Into the Market?

Buying a home is super expensive, especially in certain markets across California. Many would-be buyers often find themselves priced out of the market because listing prices are far out of their financial reach.

But that doesn’t necessarily mean their dreams

Is Your Home Really Ready For the Market? 7 Ways to Tell

You might be emotionally ready to part with your home and are already on the prowl for a new place to call home, but is your house truly ready for the market? If your property is not adequately prepped before