Buying a home is the single largest and most complex transaction most people will make in their lifetime as there are properties, neighborhoods, transactions, and legal and regulatory details to navigate. Having an expert, local professional to manage the process is more important than ever before, and the following explains why.
Many home buyers and sellers enlist the help of real estate agents to help guide them through the process of a property transfer. Here are three ways to make sure that you're using your realtors to their full potential.
For the past seven years, real estate has outranked the stock market, savings accounts, and gold as the best long-term investment among Americans. Despite the current economic challenges due to the pandemic, the belief in real estate investment's strength remains steady.
Staying at home doesn’t mean your search for a new place needs to come to a standstill. Check out these tips on how to explore other neighborhoods virtually in the homebuying process. You may find a spot that better suits your needs without ever leaving your living room!
A recent realtor.com survey revealed that buyers are still considering moving forward with the home buying process, even if they can’t see the home in-person. While they still prefer to physically see a home, virtual home tours and accurate listing information top the list of tech specs buyers find most helpful in today’s process.