Homebuyer’s: An Open House “how to”!

Homebuyer’s Perspective: How to Approach an Open House Mar 18, 2014 As with any big purchase, buying a home should be carefully planned and well thought out before any paperwork is signed. As a buyer, you should use an open house as an opportunity to ask a REALTOR® questions and imagine how the house you are […]

Mortgages – Qualifying for a Mortgage With Bad Credit

How to Get a Mortgage With Bad Credit Mar 13, 2014 If you have a credit score that’s considered fair, poor or even bad, you may be assuming that qualifying for a mortgage is out of the question. While that’s true for some would-be borrowers who need to improve their finances as well as their […]

#2 in a Series: A Homeowners’ Guide to Taxes – Sell Your Home

Did You Sell Your Home After Making Improvements? Keeping track of the cost of capital improvements to your home can really pay off on your tax return when it comes time to sell. The tax break doesn’t come into play for everyone. Most home owners are exempted from paying taxes on the first $250,000 of […]

#1 in a Series: A Homeowner’s Guide to Taxes

First in a series of articles on don’t miss home tax breaks … from the mortgage interest deduction to energy tax credits, here are the tax tips you need…. Don’t-Miss Home Tax Breaks From the mortgage interest deduction to energy tax credits, here are the tax tips you need to get a jump on your […]