Things You Should Consider When Buying a Recreational Property

You may have always dreamed of buying a cottage or a lakehouse to spend your summer vacations, or find a place to get away on weekends. It might be a condo that is situated on a beachfront that has caught your attention or a mountain cabin, either way, you may have thought about looking into recreational properties that you and your family can enjoy for the years to come. There are a few things you should consider before you buy recreational property.   Read More...

Aspects A Residential Realtor Will Take Into Account When Finding Your Forever Home

Buying a home is a major investment. This property should not only meet your current needs, but it should be capable of accommodating your future, unforeseen needs without you having to make major changes to the overall structure. To ensure that you are not settling for a property simply because it checks a few boxes, it is best to hire a residential real estate agent who has a database that is expansive enough to locate a house that will check all your boxes.   Read More...

What On Earth Is Happening With Home Sales?

The real estate market has been a bit weird pretty much since the turn of the century, with rampant condo conversions and subprime mortgages, the Great Recession, investment companies buying up properties to rent out, migrations out of expensive states, and now the pandemic. That being said, the market is likely going through its weirdest phase yet. There's little new housing supply being built and many people are no longer tied to a particular location for work, which themselves can cause a housing crunch.   Read More...

Three Reasons You Should Be Investing In Real Estate

Making your money work for you is a wise piece of advice. Years ago, your hard-earned cash could sit in the bank earning a great return on the interest it collected over a period of time. Now that interest rates are so low, you may need to get creative with your investing strategies. Many people are overwhelmed at the thought of investing in real estate. The commitment seems far more daunting.   Read More...

Avoid Issues When Buying In A Homeowner Association For The First Time

Buying a home in an area that is included in a homeowners association can have a lot of benefits such as there being a certain standard of how well they are taken care of or the peace of mind that can come with some amenities for homeowners. While there can be a lot of benefits that come with buying a home somewhere that's in an HOA, there's a lot of things you also want to consider to make sure that you won't be taken by surprise by some of the unique drawbacks that can come with living in a homeowners association.   Read More...