Listing your home creates expectations and stress. But, when the sale does not occur, it is even more stressful and very disappointing. So here are some aspects to consider before you jump back into the market and relist your home:
Our world is full of risk at every turn—from perilous jobs to dangerous driving conditions. That’s why we all love to get back to our homes and not worry about everyday safety hazards. It’s great to feel comfortable and safe at home, but is it as safe as it can be?
Maybe your dream home has the details you usually find only in older construction – traditional floor plans (formal living and dining rooms), crown molding in the interior, lower ceilings, mature landscaping provide shade.
How strong is your credit? Cleaning up your credit is essential before you make any major financial moves. Having a bad score can hurt your chances of being able to open a credit card, apply for a loan, purchase a car, or rent an apartment.
Whether you're putting your home on the market this year or in the next five years, it is a smart decision to start building your home's resale value now. Here are some ways to create a comfortable home while making it easier to put more money into your bank accoun...
The classic dilemma for many homeowners is whether to buy or sell first. There is no “right” answer. It really does depend on your specific circumstances but there are several aspects that can keep the stress more manageable.