How To Prep Your House for Sale This Fall

Selling a house requires prep work and expertise. If you’re looking to sell your house this season, let’s connect so you have advice on how to get it ready to list, how to help it stand out in today’s shifting market, and more.

How Owning a Home Builds Your Net Worth

Owning a home is a major financial milestone and an achievement to take pride in. One major reason: the equity you build as a homeowner gives your net worth a big boost. And with high inflation right now, the link between owning your home and building your wealth is especially important. If you’re looking to increase your financial security, here’sContinue reading “How Owning a Home Builds Your Net Worth”

THE PRICE IS RIGHT: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT PRICING YOUR HOME

One of the most daunting parts of selling your home is deciding what to price it at. You don’t want to price too high and get little to no traction but you don’t want to price too low and undervalue your home. There are so many things to take into consideration, so we’ve outlined theContinue reading “THE PRICE IS RIGHT: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT PRICING YOUR HOME”

Use Your Home’s Equity to Buy an Investment Property

Can you use the equity in your primary residence to purchase an investment property? In short, YES! But, bare in mind that there are pros and cons to doing this. Overall, I believe it is a solid option for buying an investment property. Read on to learn more.

What to expect for the 2022 real estate market

I know many buyers are “waiting out the market” hoping to see a crash. I wouldn’t hold your breath. This isn’t a replica of 2008. There isn’t a bubble. It is simply high buyer demand and low inventory. Rates are still low, however experts are showing a steady tick up. If you wait, you could end up paying more than if you buy now.

FIVE INEXPENSIVE HOME IMPROVEMENTS

The cost of some home renovations can seem daunting, but not every home improvement has to break the bank. Here are five simple improvements you can make that will have a major impact, but are still relatively inexpensive