New Home Starts a Predictor of Real Estate


Posted 5/7/17

As new construction continues to increase along with interest rates, the market is moving to equilibrium which is a place where home sellers don't decide all.


When Will The Home Sellers Market Change?


Posted 5/7/17

New construction starts and new home permits predict market equilibrium. Here is how the real estate market is moving to a neutral market.


How to Convert Online Real Estate Leads


Posted 10/22/16

Learn the three step process in converting online real estate leads into transactions. In addition to the process we are providing the best email templates and phone scripts.


Real Estate Market in Motgomery County MD


Posted 7/1/16

Montgomery County offers neighborhoods radiating from Washington DC. The homes are newer and more affordable as they venture from the Capital Beltway. Close-in communities have the priciest homes, but also the best commuter locations. New communities along the I-270 corridor offer a range of modern styles and sizes. Along the crest of the county, there are sprawling farms and horse properties.


Sell Your House in Salt Lake City, UT


Posted 2/25/16

The Salt Lake City real estate market is heating up and home sellers are now in a great position to receive a high selling price for their home.


How to Sell My House so I can Relocate


Posted 11/28/15

Selling your home so you can relocate can be frustrating. When you have found a job that you need to move your family for, your home can become a burden. There are three home selling solutions you should consider when you need to relocate.


Best Way to Sell When the Realtor Listing Expires


Posted 8/10/15

Homeowners have choices when the realtor listing expires. The first choice, of course, is to re-list or to find another realtor whose experience more closely matches your needs. The second choice is to look at the opportunities that present themselves the listing expires. Here are some of the things to consider when your listing expires:


Selling Your House Fast to Avoid Foreclosure


Posted 8/5/15

If you are behind on your mortgage payments and are facing foreclosure, you may be wondering, "how can I sell my house fast?" There are ways to get your house sold quickly, but it may depend on whether you need permission from your bank.


Reasons to Sell a House when Divorcing


Posted 8/3/15

If you and your spouse are divorcing, you may be asking yourself, "will I have to sell my house?" That likely will depend on the terms of the divorce and the financial situation of the divorcing spouses. However, houses often do get sold in a divorce, for a number of reasons.


Inheritance Home Buying


Posted 7/30/15

While may people will inherit cash, jewelry, stocks and other types of assets when a loved one passes away, some will inherit their real estate holdings. In many cases, this is a family home that the deceased has lived in for years, but in other cases, it may be an investment property. The property may hold sentimental value to you, or you may only have an emotional bond to some of the heirlooms inside the house. If the property is a rental property, tenants may currently be occupying the home. Each situation is unique, and how each heir handles their inheritance can vary. Some may choose to move into the home, but others want to sell it. We buy houses in their current condition, and we can help you to turn your inherited property into cash with minimal effort.


Selling A Home Due to Illness


Posted 7/27/15

Selling a home is a complicated endeavor, but if you have to sell real estate due to illness, it can be even more difficult. Here are some tips on selling when you are forced to.


3 Things You Should Know About Short Sales


Posted 7/22/15

Are you finding it hard to pay your mortgage? A short sale may be the solution to your financial woes. A short sale is a sale of property at a price lower than the amount owed on the mortgage. Here are a few facts you need to know before you decide on a short sale.


Assessments Of Your Property During A Relocation


Posted 7/20/15

Assessments for your property must be completed before you sell, and relocating your family cannot happen until you understand the true value of your home. Every company or family that wants to sell real estate must commission an assessment prior to the sale. Assessments are completed by professionals who understand the value of a house, and each part of the house will be looked over while the assessment is completed.


The Best Way in Buying Houses in Foreclosure


Posted 7/14/15

Foreclosures are changing the way that we buy houses. Homes that are under foreclosure can account for up to a quarter of all residential property sales in some months, and there are many deals to be had for savvy shoppers. However, there are a number of things that people should understand in order to get the best deals when purchasing foreclosures.


Ways To Sell House During Divorce


Posted 7/13/15

When you're in the process of getting a divorce, you're at a point of leaving one phase of your life and beginning another. You definitely don't want to remain in the limbo phase any longer than is absolutely necessary. If selling your house is one of the loose ends you need to tie up, you're going to want to sell your house quickly so that you can move froward with the next step.


Should You Sell the House You Inherited?


Posted 7/7/15

Baby boomers are expected to inherit about $27 trillion over the next forty years, and much of that will be the homes their parents lived in. Inheriting a parent's home can bring on a great deal of emotional and financial uncertainty, and it only gets trickier if there are siblings involved.


Selling Property Due to Illness


Posted 7/6/15

Illness can significantly affect anyone’s life. You, a relative, or a friend can experience unexpected health problems and unforeseen expenses can quickly mount. Then, decisions have to be made about how best to handle those pressing expenses. Many people find themselves in a situation that requires them to quickly sell their property. The key is to find an estate agent that can help limit your financial worries and generate fast cash. Money is often needed for operations, nursing care, and other relevant costs.


Common Reasons To Sell Tenanted Property?


Posted 6/30/15

Owning a rental property can be a good long-term investment, but at some point you are likely to have a reason to sell. There are a number of reasons why you might want to sell tenanted property.


Hiring Realtors when Selling Real Estate


Posted 6/29/15

There are several advantages to hiring a local realtor to sell a property or building. One of the biggest reasons is the vast amount of knowledge and skills that a professional agent has amassed in their field. Another benefit is the networking abilities that real estate brokers use to stay current with listings and interested parties. Expert realtors know the local area like the back of their hand. They also have the expertise to paint the most favorable light on a property. A professional realtor knows how to streamline the process because their job is to sell real estate.


How to Sell Your House Fast Before Foreclosure


Posted 6/23/15

Being foreclosed on is not a pleasant event, and it can haunt your credit score and make it unbearably difficult or even impossible to get a mortgage loan over the next seven years. Seven years! To prevent this kind of credit catastrophe, one of your best options to consider is selling your home. In many situations though, you’ll need to do this quickly in order to prevent being foreclosed on. While foreclosure is a process that can take a few months to a year to happen, selling a house can also be a bit of a lengthy process as well, so you should start thinking sooner rather than later, “I need to sell my house fast!” If foreclosure is coming and you know it, read on to minimize the damage to your financial future.


The Best Way to Buy a House in a Short Sale


Posted 6/21/15

A short sale is a complex process, but the math is fairly easy to understand. There's a $6.00 loan on a house that is worth $4.00. The seller wants out. They sell the house to the buyer for $4.00. The purchase money goes to the bank. The bank eats the $2.00 That's a classic short sale.


Property Selling Due to Divorce


Posted 6/16/15

Divorce is one of the most difficult things that anyone will go through during their lives. Many times, the most difficult aspect of divorce is dividing up the assets after it is decided to get a divorce. However, many people are unsure of how to sell their homes that they own during a divorce and who gets the proceeds during that time. There are several important things that anyone selling their home or business need to keep in mind during this process, and there are also some tips to help your home sell more quickly so it does not sit on the market for months.


The Ease of Selling Inherited Real Estate


Posted 6/15/15

It happens every day. Parents leave their children the assets that have been gathered throughout the years, sometimes including the family home. While this may seem like a big pink elephant to try and liquidate, nothing could be easier. Follow these steps and refuse to listen to the past experiences of friends. Not every situation is the same especially when it comes to family.


No More Waiting - I Want to Sell My House Fast!


Posted 6/10/15

Are you thinking "I want to sell my house fast?" Are you ready to avoid months of realtors and unplanned showings and simply sell your house? Maybe you need to sell your house fast in order to accept a job in another city or you simply want to move? There are several different things that you can do to expedite the process of selling your home. Here are a few tips for selling your house that may eliminate the wait without hitting your bottom line.


Top Reasons why Your House Listing Expired


Posted 6/8/15

Many people put their house on the market with high expectations. After all, this is their home and they’ve likely spent a great deal of time making it into a comfortable place to live. Unfortunately, new buyers often don’t see your home the same way you do. They’ll be more critical of cosmetic problems or other issues that you’ve grown accustomed to dealing with. Understanding some of the reasons why your listing has expired can help you realize why we buy houses that others typically reject.


Why Selling Inherited Real Estate Property?


Posted 6/2/15

Learning that you have inherited real estate can be both pleasant and stressful. For most people, there is a financial benefit associated with inheriting real estate, but there are also financial issues and perhaps emotional considerations that can complicate things. When a loved one leaves you property, you essentially can move into the property yourself, lease it out to a tenant or sell it. With closer inspection of the options, you may decide that selling is the preferred option.


Why You Should Sell Your House When Relocating


Posted 5/31/15

Whether your employer has made a request that you relocate to another city or you plan on relocating because you desire a change of scenery, selling your home should be a top priority well before your scheduled move will take place. While there are a lot of options that are available for individuals who wish to sell their home, most don't offer a fast and convenient method. Many individuals who wish to sell their homes normally wait months or even more than a year before a quality buyer makes an offer.


Protecting Property Selling When In Divorce


Posted 5/27/15

Going through a divorce can be very stressful, and the involved parties are left with permanent scars for the rest of their lives. Besides fighting for child custody, there are other battles that can spring up during the marital separation, such as division of assets.


Common Issues with Selling a Foreclosed Property


Posted 5/25/15

"Foreclosure" is a word that leaves a bitter taste in many people's mouths, yet it is a term that some eventually must come to terms with. Once the property is foreclosed and bank-owned, selling it generally lies in the hands of the bank, and, therefore, some common problems begin to manifest.


Buying a Short Sale Home


Posted 5/20/15

There are many situations which can force a home owner into a position in which they must short sale their home in order to avoid foreclosure. Often, this situation can be the key to opportunities for incredible savings for a home buyer. However, home buyers who are interested in purchasing a short sell must take measures to protect themselves and their investment as the purchase process can often become more complicated than other real estate transactions. Below are several strategies that we use when we buy houses that are offered as part of a short sale.


Expired Listing Specialists Get Homes Sold


Posted 5/18/15

A contract between a property owner and a real estate professional to market a property with the goal of producing one or more acceptable offers in an agreed upon period of time is a listing contract. When the term of the contract ends, it is known in the industry as an expired listing. Certain real estate professionals specialize in selling properties with recently expired listing contracts.


Quick Sale of My Inherited House


Posted 5/12/15

Now that you've inherited a house, either from a will or as a gift, deciding to sell or keep the property is the next step. If the option is to quickly sell it, what should you do if the question that comes to mind is, how do I sell my house fast? In today's real estate market, selling a house brings about many challenges and with a housing market crowded with foreclosures, repossession, etc., the process becomes slow and lengthy. Discussed in the followings are several ways to help with selecting the method that is best fitted for you to sell your inherited property.


Guide To Selling Your House When Relocating


Posted 5/11/15

When faced with having to relocate for personal reasons or for a new job, there are many things that must be taken care of, and the sale of your home is the first priority. You may be asking yourself, "How do I sell my house?" It is a difficult task trying to gauge the length of time it will take for your home to sell. The positive news is that your home is more likely to sell if it is prepared for today's competitive market.


Advantages of A Real Estate Foreclosure Sale


Posted 5/5/15

When people buy a home, they usually do so with a mortgage. A requirement of having a mortgage is that buyers the payments on time every month for the life of the loan. If they don't, the home will eventually fall into foreclosure, and the bank will take control over it. The bank will eventually sell the real estate using a foreclosure sale. For buyers, foreclosure sales have some advantages and disadvantages.


How To Earn More in Selling Property


Posted 5/4/15

Most people who sell property, whether it is their home, a business property or an investment property, want to maximize the amount they make on the sale. There are some key ways to earn more when selling a piece of property.


Home Buying Realtors


Posted 4/28/15

The thought of selling your home can seem overwhelming for a number of reasons, but you may need to sell your home in order to accomplish specific goals. For example, you may need to sell your property to purchase your next home or to relocate to take advantage of a job opportunity. While it may be a necessity to sell your property, you may be stressed about the entire process.


How Can I Sell my House Fast Because of Bad Tenant


Posted 4/27/15

In the perfect world, all tenants would be good tenants. They would pay the rent on time, they would keep your property looking nice, and they would get along well with the neighbors. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Many tenants are problematic. They cause trouble with the neighbors, they are constantly paying their rent late, and they are constantly damaging your property. There are many landlords who have had some horrible nightmares dealing with bad tenants. Many of them have asked, how can I sell my house fast?


Selling Property While Going Through a Divorce


Posted 4/22/15

A divorce can be a highly stressful and disorienting experience. Aside from having to endure a roller coaster of emotions, there are other matters and obligations that you must address as the situation progresses. This means that despite the fact that both parties are likely not getting along, they will need to make an effort to work together to achieve a common goal. The following are a few tips that will help to make the sale of property in a divorce go smoothly.


Best Ways To Sell Real Estate When Relocating


Posted 4/19/15

The best way to sell real estate when you are relocating is to sell it fast. If you are lucky enough to be relocating for a job with a company that will sell your home for you, then you don't have to worry about the hassle. If that's not the case, then you will want to sell your home quickly, so you don't get stuck owning a home you no longer live in.


How can I sell my house while there is lanlord?


Posted 4/14/15

If you own a rental property, you may take time periodically to review the value of the property and to estimate when a good time would be to sell it for a profit. With current market conditions, you may have decided that you want to sell the property now for a great return on your investment. However, because it is a rental property, you may have a landlord managing it, and you may even have a tenant in the property. With this in mind, you may be asking how can I sell my house under these conditions.


Selling a House With Owner Financing


Posted 4/12/15

If you are looking to sell your home, you could be wondering, "How can I sell my house fast?" If you are looking to sell your home fast, you should know that you aren't alone. It can be tough to get your house off of the market quickly, but there is one great option: owner financing.


Reasons that Could Lead to Listings Expiring


Posted 4/9/15

Dealing with expired listings is one of the biggest nightmares that an agent can be forced to withstand. However, this is not the end of business, and it hints one about things that were not catered for during the process of disposing the condo. Well, for someone looking to list houses, waiting till expiry is the last thing that comes in mind. This is the reason someone will be interested in learning some of the things that may make a listing not to sell. Here are things that most people fail to do well and certainly what delays their listings from selling.


Tips for Buying Short Sales Property


Posted 4/6/15

Buying a short-sale property may seem like a good way to get a good deal on a house. But short sales are complicated, and there are some things you should keep in mind before going after a short sale.


Tips in Selling Forclosed House


Posted 3/31/15

When foreclosure on your home may seem like the only option, selling it fast could be the best way to get out of this sticky situation. For homeowners that may be experiencing a foreclosure in their near future, not only is it important to sell their home, but it's necessary to get it off of the market as quickly as possible before the bank steps in. By becoming an aggressive seller, you can have your home sold fast so that it never has to be foreclosed on. There are several different factors which will influence how quickly and easily your house sells. This includes pricing, condition and the overall market. Simply take advantage of these tips to learn how you can sell my house in record time.


How to Sell Inherited Real Estate


Posted 3/29/15

Having to deal with the passing of a family member, especially a mother or father, is a process that could take weeks or months. Whether the death was expected for months or was an unexpected tragedy, part of the stress that must be dealt with during this time is carefully going through your loved one's will and the family inheritance. If you are listed as one of a number of your family members to inherit real estate, you can choose to either keep the real estate in the family name or sell it during a normal property sale transaction.


Tips To Successfully Sell Your Home Fast


Posted 3/27/15

Job changes and relocation requests happen all the time. Whether you're moving to the next state or all the way across the country, it can be an extremely stressful and busy time for any business professional. One of the most stressful tasks is the sale of your home, and while you can never predict how long it will take to receive qualified bids.


Buying Short Sale Houses The Right Way


Posted 3/22/15

Short sale houses are a wonderful way for home buyers to get good deals, and people looking for a bargain should learn how to buy from a short sale properly. We buy houses with price, style and location in mind, and you are in control of the price when you are purchasing in a short sale. Use the suggestions below to get the best deal on your next purchase.


Selling House Before or After Divorce is Final?


Posted 3/18/15

A house can be a sticky item in any divorce. Especially if you have been living with your spouse in the same house for many years, a house can represent more than just a home. It is a familiar setting, a place where friends and extended family come to visit and you have become quite fond of the nice elderly couple who lives next door. In short, it is difficult to move out of a house that you have gotten used to returning to every day after work. Even if you and your spouse cannot stand each other anymore, it is also the place where your children live; consequently, trying to figure out when to sell a house, before or after a divorce, is never an easy decision. Here are a few things to consider that might help you to effectively work through this issue.


Action Plan for Selling a Home


Posted 3/16/15

Once the decision is made to pull up stakes and seek a new piece of the American dream, there is much work to be done to sell my house fast.


Selling Your Property Fast When You Relocate


Posted 3/13/15

If you have to sell property due to a relocation for your job or other reasons, you likely will want to sell the house as fast as possible. Here are a few tips on how to make that happen.


How to Avoid Real Estate Expired Listing


Posted 3/10/15

Real estate listing contracts usually last several months. Six months is standard, but some agents may agree to only three months. No matter how long the contract to sell real estate is, both you and your agent want to avoid an expired listing. When that happens, the agent doesn't get paid, and you are stuck with a home that hasn't sold. Here are some tips to avoid an expired listing.


Foreclosures: What You Need to Know


Posted 2/24/15

Roadside signs and online ads can commonly be found stating things like, "We buy houses." These ads are typically from real estate investors looking to obtain a discounted property, such as a property heading into foreclosure. A foreclosure, often referred to as a REO or bank owned property, is a type of distressed property that has reverted back under the control of the original lender. Real estate investors and discount home buyers often seek out these types of properties as an alternative to paying higher prices on traditional retail properties. In many cases, a foreclosure property will be sold at or below market value. In some situations, however, they will be sold for well above market value. For this and many other reasons, those who are interested in purchasing foreclosure properties should become familiar with the way foreclosures are transacted before attempting to invest large sums of money in this type of asset.


How To Sell A House In A Short Sale


Posted 2/23/15

When you are looking for the answer to “What is the best way to sell my house?” one of the answers may be to offer it as a short sale. Short sales have become more common in the last ten years and many real estate professionals prefer this method for a quick sale.


The Best Way to Sell an Inherited Property


Posted 2/19/15

Selling an inherited property isn't as cut-and-dry as selling a purchased property. Potential tax liabilities and hidden expenses are just a couple of issues that can prolong the selling process. If the predecessor leaves the property to two or more siblings, additional issues can arise if the siblings are at odds. Even with these potential snags, it is still possible to sell an inherited property in a very practical manner.


Selling Real Estate Due To Divorce


Posted 2/15/15

In addition to the emotional toll of a divorce, there can be financial consequences as well. One of those often involves having to sell real estate.


Things to Prepare When Selling A House


Posted 2/11/15

I want to sell my house, but how do I get it ready? That's a common question asked of realtors. They realize that you're living there already and understand that it's going to look lived in. It shouldn't look cluttered and in disarray though. Buyers will know that you live there. Make the best impression that you can with what you have to work with.


We Buy Houses - Sell Your House Fast


Posted 2/8/15

There are many reasons why you may need or want to sell your home, and many who decide to sell a house need to do so quickly. Common reasons include relocating to take advantage of employment opportunities, building a new home or falling behind on mortgage payments due to financial challenges. If you are interested in selling your home for these or other reasons, you may not have time to waste. You may need to sell your home quickly and in as-is condition. We buy houses like yours quickly and at a fair price.


How to Sell Property After Your Listing Expires


Posted 2/4/15

If your home’s listing has just expired without selling, you may be wondering what went wrong and what to do next. You are probably tempted to try to sell your home yourself, but you may have some qualms. After all, if it was simple to sell property, no one would ever hire a real estate agent.


Ways to Sell House Fast after Relocation


Posted 2/2/15

When you are relocating for work, you may not have much time to list your home for sale. This leaves you wondering "How can I sell my house fast?" so that I do not have to cover the cost of two homes. When you are living in a new state hundreds or thousands of miles away from the place that you once called home, using traditional sales methods is not practical. Instead, you will need to consider your alternatives so that you are able to sell your property for a fair price without leaving on the market for months on end. Here are just a few ways that you can sell your house fast following your relocation.


How Do You Buy And Sell Real Estate In The US?


Posted 1/27/15

When you want to buy and sell property in the country, you need to make sure that you are following some simple steps that will help you. The steps are designed to make your life easier, and they will allow you to buy and sell real estate to meet your needs. These properties can do anything for you if you are playing your cards right.


Can I Sell My House while it is in Foreclosure?


Posted 1/26/15

When a home goes into foreclosure, the bank is starting a process of reclaiming property that they have a lien on. Generally, foreclosure proceedings start after one or two missed payments and can take up to a year or more to complete. While the foreclosure process is ongoing, a homeowner has a variety of options.


We Buy Houses and Real Estate USA


Posted 1/20/15

If you’re a homeowner trying to begin the long process of selling your house, feeling lost and fatigued already, consider selling your house to us. That’s right. We buy houses, and our clients are some of the happiest in the market. Don’t think bliss and a real estate deal belong in the same sentence? We make it blissful for homeowners to sell without fuss, find bliss, and start new chapters in their lives.


Sell My House Fast: Using Realtor to Earn More


Posted 1/18/15

Selling your home can be a daunting task. From dealing with inspections and the constant stream of potential buyers to the headaches of pouring thousands of dollars into repairs needed before the sale is final, selling a home can drain your energy and eat up days on end. Hiring a real estate agent to sell your home for you is the best way to alleviate any stress and maximize the profit you receive after the sale is final.


Selling Property During a Divorce


Posted 1/13/15

In most states, when one spouse to a marriage files for a divorce, an automatic stay results. That stay prohibits either party from disposing of any property in any way other than ordinary living expenses without order of court or agreement by the other spouse. It operates to maintain the status quo during the pendency of the proceedings while the court decides how to divide the parties' property. If a state doesn't have an automatic stay, a court is going to frown on any unilateral disposition of property without its permission or the consent of the other spouse.


How to Sell Real Estate in a Short Sale


Posted 1/12/15

You have found yourself in a difficult financial situation. What is even worse is that your home is under water as you are now unable to keep up with the payments. You have determined that a short sale is your only way out; however, you are not sure where to begin. Following four key pieces of expert advice will enable you to sell real estate in a short sale with ease.


How to Buy Houses with Expired Listing


Posted 1/6/15

When a homeowner wants to sell his or her home, it is common to engage the professional services of a real estate agent. The real estate agent and the homeowner both sign a listing agreement. While the terms of the agreement can vary, the fact is that most have a firm expiration date. Essentially, the seller and real estate agent are agreeing that the real estate agent's services are being contracted to attempt to bring a qualified buyer and an offer to purchase within a certain period of time. When that period of time expires, however, the agreement terminates.


Know The Costs Before You Sell Your House


Posted 1/5/15

Before you call a real estate agent and say, "Sell my house," you need to be aware of the costs involved in selling. It can be very disappointing to expect to receive a certain amount from the sale, only to find out that your actual proceeds are considerably less.


Selling a Home Due to Illness


Posted 12/30/14

Health problems can sometimes make it difficult for an individual to work, which can result in missed mortgage payments. Homeowners should be focused on their health, rather than worrying about losing their home. Selling the home quickly may be the best option for those with health issues.


Selling House Fast Due To Inheritance


Posted 12/29/14

You may be wanting to sell a house that you received through inheritance. If you have inherited a house, one of your best bets may be selling to an investor. With selling to an investor, you can save a lot of time and hassle which may put a strain on you, or your family. Selling your inheritance to an investor means, not out of pocket costs, repairs or using any of your own money.


I'm Relocating and Need to Sell my House Fast


Posted 12/21/14

If you are in the predicament where you are stating "I need to sell my house fast" do not panic. It is more that possible to have a smooth relocation and quick house sale. This does not need to cause stress because there is much useful information available for anyone who needs to sell their house fast.


Selling your House to Stop Foreclosure


Posted 12/16/14

If you have fallen behind on your mortgage payments, your lender could choose to foreclose on the loan. This means that you will lose your house and suffer a huge hit to your credit score. However, you may be able to sell your home to stop foreclosure. How does selling your home potentially put an end to your foreclose dilemma?


Short Sale Tax Consequences - Sell Your House


Posted 11/1/14

Knowing the tax consequences of selling your house for more than you owe your mortgage company is important. Understand your options to make the best home selling decision.


Sell House Fast after Divorce


Posted 1/27/14

The events that lead up to a divorce and the divorce process itself can take a toll on both people involved. Deciding what to do with the house that the two of you purchased can be an additional stressful issue that you find yourself dealing with. In many cases, if you can sell house fast you can quickly eliminate a succession of other complicating issues that will have to be resolved.


How to Sell a Home Fast That is In Need of Repairs


Posted 1/7/14

Selling a home can be tricky, selling a home in need of extensive repair can be an even bigger challenge. Most buyers are looking for homes that require little to no work. Even more are looking for homes that have been updated, especially kitchens and bathrooms which can be very expensive upgrades for a home seller who just needs to sell quickly and cannot afford major repairs and upgrades.


What Can You Do To Get Your Home Sold Fast?


Posted 12/30/13

When it comes to selling a house, it takes some planning. There is more to the process than putting the for sale sign up in your front yard. You need to be prepared and put together a solid plan.


What are Some Options if You’re Facing Foreclosure


Posted 12/13/13

When you bought your home, you didn’t do so with the intention of missing payments and defaulting. Unexpected life circumstances like loss of a job, death or divorce can quickly put a crimp in good intentions. When this happens, you may not be able to prevent default, but you can be proactive with your response.


How to Sell Your Home Fast and Get Highest Price


Posted 12/10/13

A major life changing situation has popped up and you suddenly need to sell your house and fast. Every seller wants their home to sell quickly and for the highest price, here are some things you can do to achieve those goals.


Need to Sell Your Home Fast During the Holidays?


Posted 12/2/13

So you need to sell your home fast and we are in the midst of the holiday season. Typically November through January is considered one of the worst times to sell a home for many reasons. Don’t let trying to sell your home during this time put a crimp in your holiday cheer. The season can have some advantages. Buyers during the winter season tend to be very serious about the purchase, and there’s less homes on the market competing with you trying to sell your home. Once you have determined that you really do need to sell, there are some things that you can to do prepare your home and get it sold faster during the holiday season.


How to Get Your Home Sold in the Winter


Posted 11/20/13

Baby its getting cold outside! Selling a home and having to sell it fast can be a stressful situation, what makes selling even more stressful? Try having to list and sell your home in the dead of winter. The landscaping is hopeless, it’s cold, there’s snow, ice, wind and to top it off less light hours in the day for showings.


3 Tips for Selling a Home Out of State


Posted 11/15/13

So, you relocated out of state leaving behind your home that needs to be sold. It is difficult to maintain a home while living in another state, and even more difficult to sell it. You're going to need a "team" to assist with maintenance, repairs, listing and marketing your home to get it sold. Here are 3 tips for selling your home while living in another state.


Selling Your Home Fast to Avoid Foreclosure


Posted 11/4/13

When facing foreclosure, some homeowners try to sell their house and for them the goal isn’t just to sell, its to sell fast. Foreclosure rates tend to be higher in areas that are experiencing buyers markets because it generally takes longer than average for homes to sell. When facing the possibility of foreclosing on your home, what can a homeowner do? First the homeowner needs to be focused and determined to sell, and sell quick! Here is some information about pricing your home to get it sold fast when facing foreclosure.


Pre-Marketing Expenses Related to Selling a Home


Posted 10/29/13

If you are planning on selling your home, you should consider some of the costs and expenses that may be incurred. These expenses are not quite as shocking if you plan ahead for them. Planning ahead can also mean reducing some of these costs by taking care of some of the repairs or maintenance issues related to your home, yourself.


Closing Expenses Related to Selling Your Home


Posted 10/25/13

Being aware ahead of time of the costs associated with selling your home can help reduce the sticker shock. Most of the closing expenses will come out of the proceeds at sale which means that your net proceeds probably won't be as much as you anticipated.


Considering Selling Your Home Due to Illness?


Posted 10/14/13

Are you a homeowner facing serious or a long recovery from an illness? This can be a very stressful situation and can have a traumatic effect on the homeowner and the entire family. For a homeowner who is seriously ill and has not yet reached retirement, illness that affects your ability to work can have a negative impact on your income, overall finances in general and the ability to continue to make your mortgage payments on time. If you do not have a supplemental insurance to help cover these types of medical emergencies, worries over finances can be extremely stressful and this can have a negative effect on your ability to recover from your illness or injury.


Selling Your Home Due to Illness


Posted 10/7/13

Are you experiencing health problems that are making it more and more difficult for you to get to work? Due to being ill and missing work are you behind on some of your mortgage payments? Are you wondering how are you ever going to be able to making future payments if you cannot work and are not receiving any benefits? Are you finding yourself thinking maybe the best idea is to just sell your home before you end up in a real financial mess?


Going Through Divorce? Sell Your House Fast


Posted 10/1/13

Trying to sell or market your home while going through a divorce can be an exhausting process if not accomplished effectively. The process can take a long time, leaving the divorcing couple sometimes feeling hopeless. Here are a few easy steps to help you sell your home fast.


Selling Your Home Fast Due to Divorce


Posted 9/27/13

It is estimated that in the United States, nearly half of marriages end in divorce. State by state statistics vary but regardless of what state you live in, if you're going through a divorce, many difficult decisions regarding finances, how to split up assets, dividing time with children, etc. need to be made. The most difficult and largest financial decision to make is what to do about the family home. Some things to consider are:


Sell Your Home AFTER the Divorce is Final?


Posted 9/24/13

Is it better to sell after the divorce is final? If the value is lower than the mortgage balance you may decide to wait and sell later when the market improves and values are higher. This may mean having to wait to sell and settle the issues with your home, AFTER your divorce has been finalized. This can happen in a number of ways, however each scenario has its advantages and disadvantages.


Sell Your Home BEFORE the Divorce is Final?


Posted 9/20/13

This is the first of a two part series on how to decide what to do with your family home when you are going through a divorce. The home that you purchased together when you got married is likely to be the most valuable asset that you could split when sold. Or your mortgage will likely be the largest debt that a divorcing couple needs to deal with how to handle. Selling your home can be an emotionally taxing experience, add going through the divorce, a still somewhat weak economy/real estate market and an already stressful process can become overwhelming for both parties.


How to Sell your House in a Divorce


Posted 9/16/13

Selling your house while going through a divorce can be a very stressful situation. It’s hard to decide whether to give up your home, but many things need to be considered pertaining to the family home. Who should keep the home if either of you? Can either of you even really afford to keep the house and buy out the other party? Often times the only solution to the home dilemma when going through a divorce, is to sell the home and move to new residences so you can both have a fresh start.


Selling Your Home When Going Through Divorce


Posted 9/12/13

With the divorce rate higher today than it has ever been in the past, many real estate agents deal with the harsh reality of selling homes due to divorced couples. If you and your spouse are currently going through a divorce or separation, you may find yourself in need of selling your house quickly. Because this is typically the largest financial asset that married couples share, it is in both parties best interest to sell the property in order to split the funds that may be received from the sale of the home. During this emotional time in your life, you may find yourself making harsh decisions and saying things that can hurt you in the long run. When it comes to selling your home during divorce, it is important to put your feelings aside in order to make a smart business decision.


Tips on Selling Home Fast During Divorce


Posted 9/8/13

A house is probably the largest asset a couple has to deal with dividing when going through divorce. When it is decided, either between husband and wife or the court that the home needs to be sold. It is best to work together to make sure the transition of selling your home is a smooth one. Here are some home selling tips for divorcing couples.


Getting Divorced, What About the House?


Posted 9/4/13

Over time love for your spouse has faded and you have filed for divorce. You may be ending the marriage, but that doesn’t immediately remove your name(s) from the mortgage contract that you signed together when you bought your home. The couple may decide that one spouse will stay in the home while the other finds a new place to live. The decision of what to do with the home is decided during the divorce negotiations.


Getting a Divorce and Forced to Sell Your Home


Posted 8/30/13

An unfortunate but frequent after effect of divorce is the necessity to sell the family home. Some of the most common reasons for having to sell the home are that the home was recently acquired and the mortgage payment is very high. Because a second home must be established for the other party, it is no longer financially possible to dedicate a large amount of the couples combined income to the housing expense of the home they purchased together.


Keep or Sell Your Home During Divorce?


Posted 8/28/13

The decision to keep or sell your home when going through divorce can be an ongoing source of emotional conflict and negotiation between the parties. The divorce itself causes disruption and most people want to stay in the home to feel secure especially when your children's lives need to be kept as normal as possible during this transition.


Your Mortgage and Going Through Divorce


Posted 8/23/13

Marriages end in divorce, but the mortgage you signed on the dotted line for when you were still in love, remains a joint responsibility. That is, unless you both “divorce the mortgage”.


Going Through Divorce and Selling Your House


Posted 8/20/13

One of many options you have when dealing with your house and going through a divorce is to sell it and divide the proceeds. If neither party wants to stay in the home, or can’t afford to buy the other out, you can list your property on the market and try to get the best possible price. Keep in mind that before any division of proceeds, the mortgage, equity line, second mortgage and broker fees will need to be paid off first. You may also have to pay capital gains tax. These expenses can be costly. It also may be difficult to sell the home if the market conditions are weak in your area.


Do you own a home and considering relocation?


Posted 8/15/13

So you landed a new job out of state or there’s a family crisis and you have to sell your home and relocate to be closer to a loved one. There are many important factors you need to consider before you move forward.


Do You Have to Relocate Suddenly?


Posted 8/12/13

Did you suddenly find out that you have to relocate to a new area and face having to leave your current home behind? How will you maintain your home after you have moved out of it? Can you afford to travel back and forth to maintain your old home until you are able to sell it?


Need to Relocate and Can’t Sell Your House?


Posted 8/8/13

So you need to relocate to a new area and have been unable to sell your current home? First be sure that your pricing is right. Work with a professional to be sure you are asking for a realistic price for your home. You do not want to be priced out of your local market and you want a price that will allow you to sell your home quickly. Look at current listings and recent sales prices on comparable homes in the immediate area. Are you pricing your home in comparison to homes that have had extensive updates? Make sure your home is clean, minor repairs are made and a fresh coat of paint. This can go a long way to helping you sell your home.


Mistakes to Avoid When Selling Home & Relocating


Posted 8/5/13

So you need to relocate and need to sell your current home before you can move forward and get settled in a new area. Here are some mistakes to avoid when selling your home due to relocation. Selling your home on a rent-to-own basis may seem like a great idea, especially in a slower market and you may feel like this is a quick option to help you move forward and get settled in a new area. Here are some tips and mistakes to avoid before deciding to sell your home on a rent-to-own basis.


Job Relocation When Your Home is “Underwater”


Posted 8/1/13

Despite a positive rebound with home prices increasing in the first quarter of 2013, close to half of all homeowners with a mortgage are still considered “underwater”. Half of these homeowners owe significantly more than their home is worth and nearly 20% have less than 20 percent equity in their home. This equates to over 22 million homeowners in a position where they are likely not able to afford a down payment for a new home.


How to Sell Your House Because of Relocation


Posted 7/29/13

There is a long list of things that need to be done before relocating and moving to a new area. Selling your current house is a top priority and it may be difficult to determine how long it will take for your house to sell in any market. You are more likely to sell your home quickly if you prepare properly.


Relocating? How to Sell Your Home Fast!


Posted 7/25/13

So, you have to relocate. Sometimes it is expected or planned, but sometimes the need to relocate comes quickly due to a new job offer, promotion, company relocation, or having to deal with family related circumstances, etc.


Tips for Selling Your Home By Owner


Posted 7/22/13

You can be successful at selling your home without a real estate agent if you do your research and put in a little work, you'll be closing on your home in no time, without pricey real estate agent fees.


Facing Foreclosure? How to Sell Your House Fast!


Posted 7/3/13

Foreclosure is one of the most stressful things that can happen to any homeowner. When it happens the goal is to find a quick solution to the problem. A willingness to do anything and everything possible to get the home sold quickly is critical to getting through this situation with positive results. When trying to sell one's house fast, the three areas that an owner has complete control over are; the pricing, the condition and marketing of the property.


What Recent Statistics Indicate About Selling Your


Posted 6/24/13

Selling your home is a big decision that can be affected by many factors. Some people hold out to get the best price. Others need to make a quick sale to move to other areas for jobs, family concerns or health issues. Recent home sales data indicate that the real estate market is making gains across the board. Many people are asking, “Who can sell my house fast so I can take advantage of this current fast-paced market?”


Selling Your House Fast Becuase of Relocation


Posted 6/18/13

The fact of the economy is that many people have to give up the comforts of their home and relocate to a new area in the country. This can be a great opportunity for many people, but it is a difficult process for others. Many people that own homes may be faced with a very difficult but necessary task. That task is to sell their home fast because of relocation.


We Buy Houses For Cash


Posted 4/13/13

The real estate market seems is such a complicated business. If you are looking to sell your home then contacting a real estate is your first step. Once you decide that you definitely want to sell your property you will want to seek out a real estate broker. Real estate's are known for taking all of the "guess work" out of the sale and making your transition from your old home into a new one much easier.


What can make me sell my house fast and easy?


Posted 4/11/13

A rabbit’s foot hanging from your rearview mirror isn't going to help anybody sell a home. Dark clouds of short sales and foreclosures hanging overhead can present a monolithic obstacle to any current homeowner looking for a fast sale. However, if you have perseverance, patience, and planning mixed with a wheelbarrow full of luck, the dark skies will turn to blue, with nothing but green lights ahead. And regardless of the scuttlebutt you may hear around the office water cooler real estate agents recognize that there is a low inventory of homes in some areas which is due, in come cases, to lowball home appraisals which can often be a "deal killer."


Strategies for Selling Properties At Full Price


Posted 4/6/13

Since the real estate market constantly fluctuates, you probably won't sell your house for what you paid for it. The value could have gone up or down. Regardless of market ups and downs, you can ensure that you get the best possible price by selling smartly.


Plan and Prepare to Sell Your House


Posted 4/2/13

Selling property in America has become a usual venture that can be either very simple or very difficult. Homeowners need to understand that selling a home takes time that requires a lot of patience and rules. Sellers will have many different ways to prepare to sell their home. Below is a list of ways to plan and prepare to sell your home.


Sell Your Home Fast By Getting It Noticed The Easy


Posted 3/25/13

Experts say the average home will sell within three months. What they don’t tell you are all of the ways you can use to make your home more accessible and attractive to potential buyers so that your home will sell within this time period. That’s why we took the time to put together a few tips that’ll help you get a respectable offer and sell your home faster, with or without an agent.


The Top Benefits of Buying a House


Posted 3/25/13

In today's economy many people are holding tight to their finances and buying only the necessities. Despite that bleak outlook buying a home is a dream many Americans still strive for. It's a good goal to have; it comes with great benefits. There are many banks and lending companies willing to help you obtain the home of your dreams through a mortgage. Others save enough money to purchase a home with cash or check. The benefits will last beyond the purchase date.


House Flipping Tips for Selling a Home in 24 hrs


Posted 1/29/13

When you are looking to sell your home in a short amount of time, you will want to consider a couple of different winning factors that will appeal to the current market. The first thing you want to be aware of is how well your type of home or neighborhood is selling homes at the moment. If the market is doing very well and homes are selling quickly, then obviously you want to move quickly to have the proper aesthetics in place that will make it a quick buy. There will be some work ahead to meet the challenge of selling your home at the same time the competition is trying to move theirs, but nonetheless there are some unique tips that you can employ to get you ahead of in the home selling game.


Sell Your Home The Easy Way


Posted 1/26/13

We live in very busy times and there will be times when we have to take care of business in a very expedient manner. One order of business that this applies to is real estate. Many people see companies that provide this type of service as not being entirely legitimate and that they don't serve the real estate market in a productive fashion. This, I believe, is an unfair assessment.


Selling Your Home Before Rehab Can Net Big Profits


Posted 1/5/13

If you're like most people, you are enthused by the idea of buying a beat up house, fixing it up beyond your wildest dreams, and then selling it at a super profit. Handshakes all around and large sums of money filling your pockets, right? Well, what if you were to buy that house desperately in need of rehabilitation and then sell it before you did any real work with that same profit at the end of it all? Is that even possible?


Rehabbing Homes for Resale


Posted 1/5/13

Home rehabilitation for resale, commonly called house flipping, can be an effective way to make some extra money. There are even popular television shows about this specific topic because it is a way to make money that not only works but is also an exciting adventure every time you start on a new project or home. In order to get started in this business there are a few things you need to learn so that you can complete each task the correct way and save yourself from any extra harassment's later on down the line.


Real Estate Selling Secrets


Posted 12/25/12

I use different approaches when it comes to trying to sell a house. There is some basic knowledge that I adhere to, however, if I want to sell fast. The first step is to make sure my house has curb appeal. A prospective buyer will probably want to drive by the property before committing to an appointment. My house should look as good or better than the houses around it. Is the landscaping appealing? Does the front door look approachable and friendly? Above all, is the yard clean and neat?


Benefits and Drawbacks When you Sell House Fast


Posted 12/8/12

When a person must sell a house, there is much concern over how long the process will take. A person may want to do whatever it takes to get through it as quick as possible. Rushing the process along may have benefits and drawbacks. Here is a closer look at the pros and cons of selling a home fast.


Finding a Good Deal on Properties For Sale


Posted 12/5/12

The real estate market has had its shares of ups and downs with the economic roller coaster the country has been on, but right now, in most areas it is primarily a buyer's market. A lot of homeowners with upside-down mortgages are being forced into foreclosures, making properties which might normally be out of the buyer's range a possibility.


Sell Your Properties Using Lease Options


Posted 11/26/12

Ask any home seller to name one creative way to overcome a slow market, yet stick with a firm price when the sellers’ only concern is to “sell my property no lower than x amount of dollars,” and most people will tell you to be flexible and be ready to negotiate the sales price. Not if you lease with options.


House Flipping Tips for Selling a Home in One Day


Posted 11/22/12

The housing market is slowly moving again which means that now is the right time to sell your home. Some people think that it takes months to sell a home but in reality this is not true. There are many great ways to sell your home in one day. Here are tips to sell your home in one day.


Sell My House Quick for a Substantial Revenue


Posted 11/12/12

The current economy has made selling a home a difficult task in some situations. Selling your house in a quick and timely fashion is sometimes not plausible due to a number of factors. Not only are people having more trouble securing a mortgage from their bank but putting off purchasing a home is a decision many families are making in order to focus their funds elsewhere, where they may be needed more.


What is a Certificate of Occupancy?


Posted 11/9/12

Selling a home without the certificate of occupancy can be very difficult in most states. All properties need to pass certain inspections. During the building phase, an inspector will come to the construction site to inspect the different systems that are being installed. The electric system, the plumbing and other parts of the process will need to pass inspection. After the building is completed, a final inspection will take place. If the building or home passes, it will be giving a certificate of occupancy.


Sell a House for Retirement Fund


Posted 11/4/12

One of your biggest assets in retirement planning is your present home. You may need to sell your home to realize a comfortable retirement income. Most home owners do. You should then be asking: What is the best way to sell your house in this challenging market? There are many options today, we will discuss three outstanding ones here.


Selling a House without a Loss in a Buyers Market


Posted 11/1/12

Since the collapse of the global economy in 2008 the housing market around the world has been known as a buyers market with properties selling for a fraction of the price paid a few years earlier. Failing to sell a house for its full market value often leaves the seller without the ability to meet their financial obligations.


When Is It Best To Sell home?


Posted 10/22/12

If you own property, you might be wondering when you should sell it. Maybe you have outgrown your present home, and need an extra bedroom. You might want to downsize because all the kids have left the nest.


Don't drop the price of your home yet


Posted 10/22/12

Do you have a house to sell? Maybe you have had it on the market for several weeks. The realtor wants you to drop the price of the property. It could be tempting, but often that is not the answer. When you first listed the property, the realtor did a market analyzes on the property. This gave you a good idea of what your home was worth. He compared other sold properties in the area. Often the realtor will throw out the lowest and highest comparables. They will then average the prices to come out with the medium price. If you listed your home at a fair market price, you might want to wait a little longer before dropping the list price.


The Unexpected Costs of Selling Property


Posted 10/12/12

An employment offer in another city, lifestyle adjustment because of family size increase or decrease, or even the simple desire for change can be the launch into a new and exhilarating adventure. Initially, the idea seems so uncomplicated to a homeowner. However, during the preliminary visit from an experienced real estate agent for an evaluation and marketing strategy, the true costs of the venture will begin to set in. Those once hidden expenditures suddenly take center stage in the Seller’s view.


When to Decide to Sell a Home at a Loss


Posted 10/11/12

The decision about deciding to sell a home at a loss is obviously both a personal and a business decision. If the reasons are personal in nature the decision that is made is more a matter of need than analytical in nature.


Fees Involved With Selling a House


Posted 10/5/12

Selling a home can be quite an extensive task. Aside from putting your home on the market, you have to find a buyer and close the deal. One major downside to selling a home is the fees involved with selling a house. If you want to sell your house it is important to know the fees that you will be responsible for paying. To learn about these fees continue reading.


5 Things Your House Needs to Have to Sell Quicker


Posted 10/5/12

Real estate is one of the most lucrative businesses today. It involves the development of an estate and leasing it out to willing buyers or the law accepts renting it at a price that is suitable and does not offer financial burden to the tenant. One way of making it into the real estate is by buying a house and using it for a period when you still accumulate more other financial assets to buy yet another house, if that was your plan in the first place. Selling a house is just like any other business and it is done faster when it is appealing to the potential new owner. There are lists of things you can do quickly to ensure you waste no time finding a client.


Ways to Choose a Realtor to Sell Your House


Posted 9/28/12

Selling your house is a tedious and intricate process, not to mention mentally draining and time consuming from all the marketing and transactions that occur. While you can sell your house by yourself, most who attempt to do so end up either not being able to sell the property or being able to sell it for a significantly lower price. A smart choice for prospecting home sellers is to employ a Realtor.


When to Buy Low and Sell High


Posted 9/11/12

All investors everywhere in the world are motivated by one single purpose; to maximize returns on their investment and reduce the risk level associated with that investment. If an investor can buy an item and after a short while sells it at double the price well they are in business and good to go.


Advice For Selling Your Home Yourself


Posted 9/11/12

When most people sell their home, their first call is normally to a relator to sign a contract allowing them to sell the property on the homeowner’s behalf. Unfortunately this convenience comes with a cost. Realtor fees begin generally are no lower than 6% of the selling price. This can add up fast, but fortunately it is possible to successfully market and sell your own home.


Why Should Make Repairs Before Selling Your House


Posted 9/3/12

It's an extremely difficult time in our nation's economy which is reflected clearly in the housing market. As budgets are strained, fewer people have the means to purchase a new home. If they are ready to purchase, they most likely have to sell an existing home and will be very picky about what they will purchase next. If you are trying to sell your home, you may wonder what you can do to help move the process along. Making repairs is an excellent starting point.


How to Easily Sell Your House in 6 Weeks


Posted 9/3/12

Trying to sell or market a house can be rather tedious and if not done in the best ways, can take ages and leave the seller feeling rather hopeless after a few tries. There are a few easy steps that can follow to help you sell a house in six weeks or even less.


Average Time it Takes to Sell a House


Posted 8/27/12

It's a difficult time in the economy and many are feeling the strain. The same can be said of the housing market. If you are getting ready to put your place up for sale, it can be discouraging and overwhelming. However, there are many things you can do to help move the process along.


How to Write Up a Contract For Selling a House


Posted 8/27/12

Contracts designed to fully outline the buying and selling of a home require considerable research, planning and consensus. A home is a highly valuable possession that can only be transferred through a fully legal, binding agreement.


Costs of Selling a House and Moving to a New One


Posted 8/6/12

Are you asking the question of "How can I sell my home and make enough money to move?", you need to stop and consider the current market. Anyone who is thinking about selling their home and moving has several things to consider. In today’s market, most houses are selling at rock bottom prices. If they are not priced correctly, they will not move because the competition is to tough. The short sells and foreclosures are keeping prices low and so for the person who wants to get the most money possible out of the sale of their home, it might be a long road.


When To Sell a House For Less Than It's Worth


Posted 8/4/12

The housing market is definitely a buyer’s market, but unfortunately many who bought into the incredibly low interest rates and variable mortgage rates now are feeling the pinch. Too many have found themselves “upside down” – left with a home worth considerably less than the current mortgage. This is a major financial problem, and one that has but a few possible resolutions.


What to Do When You're Struggling to Sell House


Posted 7/28/12

Selling a house during this economy can be quite stressful for simply anyone. Not many people are looking to spend money on a new home, as it no longer is the main priority for people. Salaries have been decreasing, while the cost of living hasn't changed, making most people have a really tough time when trying to get a buyer for their home. You may be wondering how you can sell your house when you are already struggling. Fortunately, there are things that you can do increase the chance in getting a sure buyer.


Cost of Do-It-Yourself Home Selling


Posted 7/26/12

Planning to sell your home soon? It may be time to face a very difficult decision of whether or not you should hire a real estate agent to help you with the process or simply do it yourself and save money from agent commissions, legal fees and other related costs.


Ways to Reject Offers When Selling a House


Posted 7/7/12

There will always be a time when you need to move on and put your house for sale. But whether you move out of the city or go back to your native place, isn’t it important to make sure that you are selling your house with good people especially if you have created an emotional attachment with the place.


Why You Need To Get Your House Assessed?


Posted 7/5/12

After years of living in the same home, there will probably come time when you start thinking about moving on to a bigger place. Your family is growing and what once seemed like the perfect place is not so perfect anymore. Or maybe you are in the opposite situation. Your family has grown and all moved out and now it is time for a smaller place, someplace more cozy.


Best Things to Fix When Short Selling Your House


Posted 6/28/12

Selling your house can be somewhat of a hassle if you do not know how to go about getting it ready for sale. When a homeowner says they just want to sell, it is important to take a few things into consideration. When it comes to getting a house ready for sale you do not have to fix each and everything that is wrong, rather, choosing a few things here and there that are in need of attention is much better than trying to tackle all the problems in your home at once.


How to Sell Your House in a Divorce


Posted 6/28/12

Selling your house while going through a divorce can be a sticky and stressful condition; however, with a fee simple tips, you can go through your divorce and still sell your home.


The Best Ways to Sell a House in Autumn


Posted 5/25/12

There are some wonderful times to release your home into the hands of new owners. People that have never sold a home may not realize it, but sometimes are definitely better than others. Autumn, for example, is one of the best times to sell. This is the season where the outside of the home can actually attract lots of buyers. The beautiful backdrop of autumn trees can definitely get people to stop inside and take a look. The season lures potential home buyers into homes. All the homeowners have to do is finish the job.


Using the Internet to Sell Your House


Posted 5/25/12

Are you planning to move and looking to sell your old home? Most of the people planning to move to a new place face this problem. Getting along with a real estate agent is the old idea and it costs a lot of money. Selling your house online is the best option that will help you in getting the best deal without paying high fees to the agents. However, before planning to sell your property online, you should be aware of online real estate websites. There are some problems that one may face while selling online property, especially in finding potential buyers for the property.


All About the First Time Home Buyer's Tax Credit


Posted 5/18/12

If you purchased a home in 2008, 2009, or 2010, and it is the first home you have owned to use as your primary residence, then it might be possible for you to take the first-time home-buyer credit. If you qualify for the first-time home-buyer credit then it might reduce your tax bill or increase your tax refund.


How to Sell a Home Yourself


Posted 5/17/12

If you've lived in a home for some length of time, you have grown accustom to the various features of the home both good and not-so-good. You know the upstairs bathroom door squeaks and that a pipe in the basement moans at odd times. You know the nooks and crannies that give character to the house.


Home Prices Falling, Some Markets See Improvement


Posted 5/13/12

As our economy is still in a crisis or in a recession state many are still experiencing tough times, many people have lost their jobs as well as their houses and some have lost their homes as they have gone into foreclosure. This is sad to hear but it is true, I think the economy is still getting worse at this time. If you monitor and have been reading the news you will know how our economy is doing right now. This does differ from state to state and from city to city.


Home Sales & Contract Signings Show Spike in March


Posted 5/11/12

The a recent report from Washington indicates the ailing housing market is gradually recovering. This was supported by the spike in the number of home mortgage loan contracts signed in March. In another positive report, the numbers stated that the average rate on a 30-year non variable mortgage dropped to one of the lowest rates on record. This is evidence that home-buying and purchases of refinancing is still within the budget of many home buyers.


Consumers Are Seek Buying Home With Low Mortgage


Posted 5/4/12

As a result of some optimism in real estate industry reports, there has been a notable increase in home buyers seeking excellent deals on mortgage rates. The number of homes under agreement increased by 4.1 percent in March 2012. This is an increase of 12.8 percent from the preceding year. Existing home sales showed better performance than new home sales, which actually experienced a decrease of 7.1 percent since February 2012. Despite new home decreases in 2012, there has been a 7.5 percent increase since March 2011.


Do-It-YourSelf Home - Increase Home's Value


Posted 5/4/12

Do-it-yourself projects are an affordable way to sell a home that will give you a good return for your money. Many projects that you are able to do will cost well below $1,000 and will result in returns that will increase the value of your home.


Build and Sell Houses in the New Jersey Area


Posted 4/22/12

Building and selling houses, no matter where you are located, can be a long process to complete, but is worth it in the right market. While the buyers market is at such a great value, you will find that many first time home buyers are looking for a new house to purchase. If building homes is something that you take an interest in, consider selling in the New Jersey area. Because New Jersey is located in the tri-state area, there are thousands of people from all over that look to buy new homes here each year. After you have built a house, you may be thinking about the ways in which you can sell it. The answer is simple. Whether you have built one house and ten houses, it's all about how you advertise them to the general public and the deals that are offered.


Foreclosure Homes – How are they priced for sale?


Posted 4/20/12

Foreclosure homes differ from person to person. The longer the seller’s home remains in the market, the less attractive the home becomes to the probable buyers. Some foreclosure sales are resold quickly by the lender for market price. If you are new to foreclosure homes, the only way to face this competition is to know about the business properly.


What If You Owe More Than Your House is Worth


Posted 4/19/12

So you've purchased your dream home in your dream location thinking that you've already landed the perfect life for you and your family. Yet on the way to finalizing your success and trimming the rugged edges, something went wrong. You find your dream home now becoming a foreclosed property and nearing in the bank's possession, the housing market plummeting down, and eventually, leaving you owing more than your home's value. Refinancing in a closed lending market isn't an option thus you are left settling with an investment that has rotten in value and a dream that has quickly changed into a complete nightmare. Fortunately, there are other options you can opt for that may be able to help you get out of this financially tough situation.


Costs Associated With Selling a House


Posted 4/16/12

The adventure does not stop at deciding how much exactly a house should be priced at. After looking at similar listings, the market and previous sales, I put my house’s estimate cost at $300,000. That number tasted sweet rolling off my tongue.


Dealing With a Slow Market - Sell a House Fast


Posted 4/12/12

Selling a home, especially in these hard economic times, can be difficult and frustrating; however, there are some tips that can make this process go smoother and with positive results.


Negotiating a Good Price for Your Home


Posted 4/5/12

We've all heard that with the downturn in the economy it's a home buyer's market, however if you know how to negotiate the price you can still come out with a very nice price for your property. Your house will probably be the biggest investment you'll ever make. If there comes a time you decide to downsize you want to make the right choices when selling.


Using Color to Bring Happiness to Your Home


Posted 4/4/12

Changing a few simple details in any room of your home such as wall color or the use of fabrics offer a way to lighten a room that you better your mood. Adding a few simple color choices may increase your happiness that is brought to your home.


Housing Market likely to Bottom Out in 2014


Posted 3/30/12

There are some of the older generation who still remember the Great Depression. That era in history saw the loss of many people's long held homes. It was a depressing time indeed. Those in the political arena see the similarities of today's housing markets and mortgage lender's reactions to the crisis. There has been significant intervention in the form of government laws making it more difficult for banks and other institutions to foreclose on delinquent property. The economy has forced the government to take proactive actions to prevent mortgage holders from quickly selling off property in a panic to keep their money intact.


How That Entryway Door Can Sell My House


Posted 3/29/12

The first impression potential home buyers get of your house from the street is very important. Home buyers often look for homes based on how they feel about the property. If the house looks great, inviting and feels right to walk into, then the homeowner will be more inclined to view the inside of the house favorably too.


Encouraging Market Signs for Builders and Sellers


Posted 3/26/12

The current housing market is reason to make news headlines on a daily basis. Everyone is watching for fluctuations in the market, hoping to hear things are getting better. For most of the past year, although conditions were highly favorable for buyers, home sales did not rise significantly to the level necessary. The financial sector did not gain enough confidence from the figures to think that a turnaround was taking place. There is a plethora of affordable houses out there along with record low mortgage interest rates. Nonetheless, not enough people were buying again to create much of market rebirth.


Housing Declines But Rise In Building Permits


Posted 3/23/12

Washington, the capital of the United States, has reported a significant development in the real estate industry. It has been known all over the world that the nation had been on a slump for the past years which majorly affected their real estate industry. According to reports, the financial strength of the industry is gaining ground as the housing market is currently getting back on its feet.


Buying or Selling a Prefabricated Home


Posted 3/13/12

Prefabricated homes can be the ultimate in convenience as far as home building. The home site and foundation have to be prepared but otherwise, the house is trucked in and set on the foundation essentially complete. There is no long wait to move in. Carpenters finish up some of the detail work. An electrician hooks the fully wired house to the grid. A plumber has to make the final connections to the pipe in the foundation. Within a few days or less in some cases, the house can be move-in ready.


Green Flooring Options


Posted 3/12/12

When making an upgrade or improvement to your home one area of concern may be the floor. You can choose to use many type of flooring that are green or kind to the environment. There are many types of flooring options that you have available for this purpose. Research all of your options before you make any type of decision for a green flooring solution.


How To Sell My Malden Massachusetts House Fast


Posted 2/12/12

If you live in Malden, Massachusetts then you might just have a home to sell. All sorts of folks are looking to move into a nice neighborhood in a quaint little town. All that needs to happen is that they know about your house. For every person, there is a perfect house, and so for every home sold there is the perfect buyer. When these two needs meet, the result is a great deal for the current owner.


How To Sell My Lowell Massachusetts House Fast


Posted 2/10/12

In order to understand how to sell your house fast in Lowell Massachusetts, it’s critical to understand the statistics of the home sales in Lowell. Working with a realtor can help to calculate the value of the home, know the average time that the house will stay on the market and how to tap into various methods so that a significant amount of people know that the house is for sale.


How To Sell My Boston Massachusetts House Fast


Posted 2/9/12

There is nothing more frustrating than putting a property on the market and watching it go unsold for months or even years. If you are looking to relocate quickly for work or other reasons, this can be a particularly difficult experience. Some home-owners in Boston feel extraordinary pressure to sell their house quickly. Here are some ways to beat the sluggish property market and get ahead in the race to sell your home.


Kitchens Can Help You To Sell Your House


Posted 1/30/12

There is a little known secret about abilities of the kitchen. This secret has always been used by professionals to showcase the beauty a home possesses. To put all into perspective the secret to selling a home lies in the kitchen. The kitchen presents a very strong selling point in the real estate industry.


Home Sales Improve in December


Posted 1/30/12

Are you asking yourself, "should I sell my house?" If you are, then the answer may be a yes, considering the three month consecutive pace increase for home sales last 2011. According to several real estate experts and surveyors, home sales during the month of December have reached the highest tread in almost a year. This significant change coexisted with other effects that the troubled US real estate market enhanced during the end of last year. Analysts warn that sales remain to be historically flat and that it would take a few years for the industry to return back to its optimal condition. Yet still, the three month consecutive sales improvement gave people the encouragement they need after years and years of low home sales statistics. Economists also noted that the conditions are in place for further improvements within this year.


Housing - To Make A Rebound


Posted 1/23/12

Americans may finally be able to exhale a sigh of relief. And that much has been a long time coming. It appears, at least on the forefront, that the housing market may be returning and the perspective is looking good. Sadly it's been a rough handful of years, and many Americans to the tune of over a million have lost their homes. But there does appear to be optimism on the horizon; which for many of us is at least a start in the right direction.


Housing Market Vision for 2012 & 2013


Posted 1/21/12

It's a buyer's market for real estate, to say the least. That's okay, because I know that real estate is a long-term investment. I hold on to what I have when the market isn't right. After all, the reason I own a home is so that I don't get stuck out in the rain. I bring that lesson to my financial life, and let the slow and steady nature of real estate investment carry me through these tough times. It will be time to sell when it is "sunny" again.


Median Home Prices Dropped Over The Summer Time


Posted 1/10/12

According to reports, the average house costs have plummeted down over the summer in most cities and towns in the US. This alarming real estate news came from several analysts in Washington just last year, particularly its late months. Home prices were reported to have dropped down in almost three-quarters of US cities and communities within the summer. The event was pulled down by refusals in consumer interest and a significant amount of foreclosures.


Understanding When You Can Do It Yourself


Posted 1/9/12

In today's globally widespread economic and financial struggles, do-it-yourself practices may quite be the cost-efficient and money-wise solution that people can think of to avoid additional expenses from hiring someone to do the task for you. However, a do-it-yourself approach may not effectively apply to all responsibilities at hand and may differ in results depending on the availability of needed resources. Thus, one should first assess if the project or assignment can possibly be performed and completed by themselves.


Foreclosures: Unwieldy Until A Bottom Is Found


Posted 1/8/12

The forecast for the 2012 real estate market is gloomy and ominous. While there are some economic experts that are optimistic about the 2012 real estate market, the majority of experts are quite pessimistic. Many leading experts believe that the market has not bottomed out yet and that the worst is yet to come. The consensus of the least pessimistic experts calculates that the market will actually decline in value by 1.4 percent in the next five years.


Will Hike In Mortgage Rates Help Housing Sales?


Posted 1/5/12

When its time to purchase a new home, one of the first things we tend to look toward is what the mortgage rates happen to be at that time. Although these great rates have increased slightly on 15 year fixed mortgages, many are still unable to take advantage of them due to the poor state of the economy. Builders are still watching and hoping that these continued low rates will in some way help to boost their sales, yet the prospects are not very good.


How to Create a Agreement to Sell a House


Posted 12/30/11

When trying to sell a home, the first step is to draw up an agreement, also called a contract, that includes the details of the sale. Included should be the legal description of the property, the selling price and the date when ownership will transfer from seller to buyer. This is a legally binding contract that commits both parties to the sale.


Selling Your Home, Is it the Right Choice NOW?


Posted 12/30/11

In the current times, with money being short for some and property values declining, many people are asking if retaining their home is a wise decision. No one wants to end up in a position where the debt for their property exceeds its value. Yet, many are finding themselves in that position or reverting toward that direction.


First-Time Home Buyer Tax Credit Guidelines


Posted 12/18/11

The First-Time Home Buyer Tax Credit is a credit that serves as an effort to revive the country's fallen real estate market and encourage people to start buying again after the economic collapse of 2007. The tax credit guidelines vary depending on the year in which the house was purchased.


Tips On Selling A Home In A Buyers Market


Posted 12/17/11

Have you been looking to sell your home lately? There are plenty of ways to sell your home, however, the negotiation of the sell can be extremely tedious and troublesome. The selling can be a lot easier with a few simple tips. There isn't only one way to sell a house, but their are easy ways to sell a house. A few are online, through realtors, and self-promotion. Here we will outline them all and compare.


Existing Home Sales Rose in October


Posted 12/6/11

In October, existing home sales rose 1.4 percent. This is an indication of smart buyers that are taking advantage of the great rates and listings. If you want to sell your home, now is the time. This is why.


Tips to Sell Your House in the Winter


Posted 12/6/11

Aside from real estate market fluctuations hindering house sales, seasonal changes can also present challenges. Winter is certainly not the best time to try and sell your house, especially with the drab foliage and icy conditions that prevail. However, there are steps you can take to optimize your home's appeal when showing it to prospective buyers.


Marketing Basics: Expectations From Your Realtor


Posted 11/22/11

When you choose an agent to sell your home, that agent will have to develop and implement a custom marketing plan for your home. The reason they develop a custom plan is because every home is different, every neighborhood is different, and there is a unique target buyer for each home that must be identified and reached through the custom marketing plan.


Why Colors Are So Important When Selling Your Home


Posted 11/22/11

Selling homes in this market is already a difficult task. This task is made even more difficult when sellers do not know how to use aspects of their home to their advantage; or when sellers do not know what needs to be changed about their home to make it more desirable.


How To Sell A Hard-To-Sell Property?


Posted 11/13/11

Selling your house in these tough times can be hard. But there are creative ways to overcome this difficulty. If you are wondering how to sell my house, the answer will primarily depend on the house. Keep in mind that having a house to live on is a necessity. There is always a demand for your house if you know how to sell it.


Why You Aren't Receiving Purchase Offers?


Posted 11/13/11

Why am I not able to sell my house? Most homes are now worth much less than they were just five years ago. Ever since the mortgage fraud bank blow outs in 2008, the foreclosure rate has gone up to unprecedented rates. A great deal of inventory has flooded the market. Bank owned properties and short sales are selling for unheard of, rock bottom prices. Most homeowners have been hit with a harsh reality that homes are no longer going to get the price that they need to have to move up or even move to another home of the same value. For many home owners, selling a home in today’s market, means losing money.


The Counteroffer Conundrum


Posted 10/25/11

Selling a home can be a challenging task. However, with these tips, you can make a decent counter offer and net in thousands more than you would have ever expected! When we buy houses, we have to look at the location and quality of the land as well as the structure of the house. It's just as important for the seller to make their house safe and clean for the buyer.


Legal Papers Required When Selling A House


Posted 10/25/11

In order to successfully sell a house in the United States, one requires a number of legal documents. Although each of these legal documents serves a specific purpose, such as providing information regarding the house or the mortgage, the documents are generally meant to protect the buyer, the seller and the real estate agent.


How to Study a Neighborhood Before You Buy House


Posted 10/4/11

Buying a house is one of life's big decisions and the location of that house may be even more significant than the house itself. Studying a prospective neighborhood carefully before taking the plunge and signing the purchase agreement can ensure you and your family a long, happy life there and save you serious headaches in the future.


Alternative Ways of Selling a House


Posted 10/4/11

If you are in the market of selling your house, most individuals point you in the direction of a real estate agent. These individuals are able to list your house on a wide network, and give potential buyers more access to the home. Of course, if your house is sold you must pay a percentage to the real estate agent for doing most of the leg work. If you want to cut the real estate agent out of the picture and reap all the benefits of selling the house there are other alternatives.


Several Steps That Will Snag A Big Bargain


Posted 9/25/11

With house value depreciated and many speculation homes still being sold, now is a great opportunity for buyers. We know because we buy houses ourselves. While the home market may still be flat, it will eventually rebound, leaving the smart buyer to take advantage of someone else's failed investment.


Questions To Ask Realtor When Selling Your Home


Posted 9/25/11

When selling your home, selecting a Realtor is one of the most important steps one can take. This is why a seller must interview his or her Realtor prior to hiring that individual to represent the seller’s interests. These five simple questions may be the difference between a speedy sale and a stalled transaction.


The Top Factors That Determine Home's Worth


Posted 9/20/11

The cry sell my house is more prevalent today than ever, and there are more factors than ever that determine your home’s true value.


Guidelines For First Time Homebuyers


Posted 9/20/11

Buying your own home for the first time is likely to be one of the most exciting moments of your life. It is also likely to be one of the most stressful experiences. When we buy houses we are also buying into our family and community. Knowing what to expect during the process will help first time homebuyers make a decision they can feel good about for years.


Internet Is A Good Tool To Sell House Online


Posted 9/12/11

In an economy that clearly screams, “It’s not happening” how do you venture out and do what seems to be impossible, how do you sell your home? When you find yourself with what seems to be that daunting task, the first thing you need to do is initiate a change of heart. Become tremendously positive and tell yourself confidently “I will sell my house !” Secondly utilize the internet. It’s a tool that will reach far and wider than word of mouth or any newspaper ad ever could.


Reasons, If Home Seller Decline Your Offer


Posted 9/3/11

Home buyers often believe that in simply making an offer, the seller has to accept. This isn't true. After reading this article, you'll discover just a few reasons why sellers decline purchase offers on their homes. Some of the biggest reasons are that the offer is too low, there are too many contingencies and the buyer move in date is too far out in time for the sellers' comfort level.


General Real Estate Terms We All Need To Know


Posted 8/28/11

Making a good decision requires having all the facts in place and this is very true when buying real estate. Whether it is the first time buying a property or an expert in the sector, it is important to understand what terms mean and more vital is how these terms impact you.


Do Colors Really Help To Sell Your House?


Posted 8/24/11

In order to sell your home as fast as possible, you should use your creativity to be able to increase the chances of your home being sold. You will have to take any advantage possible to be able to lure in any prospective buyers. As one of the key factors to selling your house, the colors of your home will play a key role in the process. Though colors may not seem to be important, many overlook the power that color has on people.


Sell Your House Fast In The Struggling Economy


Posted 8/10/11

In today’s real estate market, people needing to sell their home quickly have found it difficult. Prospective homeowners have found that the tightening credit market will not allow them to purchase. Home sellers have found they cannot refinance to help cover financial emergencies. The market downtrend has affected buyers and sellers alike. The decline in the value of single-family dwellings has eliminated a once ready source of funds for many homeowners. In today’s economy, homeowners are finding they need to sell because of the resetting of adjustable-rate mortgages. Homeowners are finding out they cannot afford the monthly payment after the rate increase.


St Joseph Sell Your House, Is It Myth or Truth?


Posted 8/10/11

According to some urban legends of our modern world, having a small statue of St. Joseph can help you to sell your house or other property. When you hear this for the first time, probably you will reward just with an easy and patient smile the imaginative storyteller. Nevertheless, many people swear that this type of statue can bring the luck to sell your real estate that has been stifling you for long time.


Want to Sell Your Home Faster


Posted 8/2/11

There are several ways to sell my house fast . The first way is mark down the original price by at least ten percent. This could be a very dramatic decision because you will be losing money on the house. But if you reduce your price lower than the competitors, then you can get rid of the house much faster. The best thing to do is to make the house look like a bargain. This will make the people crowd in to look at your the house. It could even start a bidding war on the house. And always remember that the price that is listed for the house is not necessary the price that the house will sell for.


Sell Your Home Easily By Applying Feng Shui Method


Posted 8/2/11

Want to help your home stand out and appeal to buyers in today’s real estate market? Using simple and often inexpensive methods borrowed from six thousand years of Asian tradition, you can transform a drab, unappealing property into an inviting home for potential buyers. The science of Feng Shui can be applied to the landscaping of an entire property, the house itself, and even to individual rooms and spaces.


Renovations That Make A Home Sell Fast


Posted 7/23/11

When you are thinking of renovating your home, the first thing that comes to mind is increasing the value of the home. While renovating your home will increase the value, it is not the most important thing. The most important thing is the appeal that the home will have to prospective buyers. You could spend a fortune on custom made flooring that will perfectly match your decor, but if it is too specific in color and design it may not appeal to someone who does not share your taste in design.


Bypass The Realtor, Sell It Yourself !


Posted 7/19/11

You've made the decision and announce to friends, "I'm going to sell my house ". The first thought is to retain a realtor. However, it's possible to do it all on your own and save yourself the price of a commission.


How to Sell Your Home During Holidays?


Posted 7/13/11

The holiday season is usually cold and muddy and not an ideal time to list a home for sale. Many buyers prefer to see a home during the warm seasons so that they can observe the exterior of the house and also get a chance to see the landscape. Sometimes, however, the seller says 'sell my house' as soon as possible or it is already listed and has remained on the market so long that the listing extends into the winter season.


Points To Consider While Picking An Escrow Company


Posted 7/13/11

Buying or selling a home is probably one of the most complicated business transactions you will undertake in your lifetime. It is no wonder many people feel overwhelmed by real estate transactions. There are many professionals available to help you navigate this process. Realtors, home inspectors, mortgage companies and escrow companies are all valued professionals who you should choose carefully. It is well worth your while to spend some time researching your choices.


Cost Of Selling Home In The Current Market


Posted 7/8/11

The real cost of selling your home in the current market will depend on many factors which include broker's commission, unpaid mortgage, taxes and the necessary cost to repair and renovate in order for your home to be saleable. I want to sell my house fast , but like in your case, considerations must be made first if the profit to be netted from sale would be enough to buy a new home or even for a down payment of a new one.


Best Times To Put A Home On The Market


Posted 7/6/11

You've probably wondered "how and when can I sell my house in an economic downturn?" Even though it's a buyer's market in the United States these days, with the right timing and marketing, you should be able to find a buyer. Since houses get the most views when they are first put on the market, the best time to sell your house is when it is ready to be sold. Don't let "selling seasons" or "market timing" theories push you into going on the market before you are ready.


Lower House Prices Tempt Cash Buyers


Posted 6/26/11

The US housing market has for many years been a good indicator of the strength and performance of the nation’s economy. This fact came to the fore when the US economy went into recession. There were a high number of foreclosures, where banks called in their issued mortgages as the homeowners were unable to meet their repayment obligations. A lot of these had to do with sub prime mortgages, where the homeowner took out a mortgage they could not afford.


Real Estate Investors Paying Cash For Homes


Posted 6/26/11

Homes sales are at new lows all across America in 2011. There are fewer people purchasing new homes, and even fewer first-time home buyers now. This is because the US economy has been hard hit by the current recession, and more and more people are losing their jobs. The US housing market was one of the first sectors of the economy to be affected by the recession. The real estate market was hard hit, with many homeowners losing their homes.


Is Real Estate Investment is Safe for Retiree?


Posted 6/12/11

Hitting the retirement age of 65 does not mean that you have nothing more to do and should just retire. Today, the corporate pensions are dwindling and the social security benefits are not enough to sustain you in your retired life. The condition is such that even those people who had earlier planned something for their retirement are now being forced by their circumstances to work even in their late 60s and 70s. In a recent survey amongst the baby boomers, about two thirds of them felt that currently the living costs are very high to even think of peaceful retirement.


Real Estate Market May Rebound around Year 2025


Posted 6/12/11

Some very bad news as been coming from the housing industry. Everyone has been hoping the market would rebound this year, but it seems another round of foreclosures are in the works. With foreclosures, come short sales and that is what is causing all the low prices. No one wants to hear this news. Homeowners have been waiting for the past four or five years to put their home on the market only to realize, the longer they wait, the lower the price. The price of houses has made a bigger drop then it did in the great depression. After the depression, it was many years before housing prices began to rise again. So, when should someone put their home up for sale? Should they continue waiting?


Home Prices Touched New Low


Posted 6/4/11

In 2011, home prices have once again declined to an all-time low. Experts have found that home prices have decreased 5.1% to make for the lowest prices in the past 9 years. These low prices have not been seen since 2002. Further, this drop has served as the third quarterly drop for the S&P/Case-Shiller national home price index. Overall, the S&P/Case-Shiller national home price index reveals that home values have declined 32.7% from peak values from a few years ago.


Summer Is The Time For Sales


Posted 6/4/11

The new mantra amongst homeowners is, "sell my home fast." With the economy doing what it is doing and uncertainty the only certainty in the housing market people want to be able to move on with their lives. Buyers are much more scarce on the ground and financing is tighter so sellers are becoming anxious. This anxiety is translating into a summer clearance sale mentality amongst realtors representing sellers.


Immense Discounts Found in a Flat Housing Market


Posted 5/29/11

Everyone has heard the bad news about the housing market: foreclosures, beautiful houses gone unsold, house prices lower than the home’s equity, called “short sales”, and many other nightmares. You may be asking yourself, “Can I sell my house in this kind of market?” The answer is, yes you can, but under certain conditions.


Thinking About Buying a Second Home?


Posted 5/27/11

The strongest motivator when we buy houses is stability and the real estate market knows this. When we buy houses for other reasons, the odds are, unfortunately, a little stacked against us. Making the choice, given adequate financial stability and proper planning, to purchase a second home requires that a prospective purchaser take the time to understand exactly how the market changes in respect to their previous home purchase. The obstacles available for a second home buyer, while not immense, are real, and require that they be understood.


Going Solo on House Hunting


Posted 5/16/11

Looking for a house is a tough challenge. We buy houses that are perfect to us, with all the features we are looking for in an ideal home. However, more and more potential house buyers these days are doing independent actions in choosing their so called dream house that best suit their housing needs. Many are going solo.


What Matters When You Sell in Tough Times


Posted 5/13/11

When it is time to sell your house due to the need to relocate, downsizing or simply needing a bigger place, the seller should always consider what state the housing economy is in at that time. Unfortunately some sellers may not have the luxury of waiting around until the housing market improves and they are the ones that are usually forced to make concessions that they would not normally have to make. Asking yourself the question, “when is the best time to sell my house ” requires some knowledge of whats going on around you. For instance if the housing market is in a bust and sales are reduced in many parts of the country an alternate plan of action may be needed. Realtors are usually wise as to what numbers reflect existing home sales and in fact would be only too happy to extend some friendly advice.


Tips for Those Who Want Sell Their House Fast


Posted 4/27/11

Property selling is typically a tricky business one that seems to suffer the most during tough financial times and usually the last to regain its strength after the market improves. People go slow on the investment curve and this creates a low demand on the housing issue, where supply overshoots demand, and everyone goes out of their way to market their house for sale.


US Property Market experiencing spotty retrieval


Posted 4/27/11

The US property market seems to have tread on uneven ground for the past year with some unexpected highs and lows, but the Commerce Department is predicting a rise in the current financial year. Given the tough economic environment, this change is greatly welcomed. The housing market is expected to grow strong with new residential constructions going in full swing. So if I want to sell my house fast, I consider contacting a reliable Realtor.


Spring and Low cost possibly drive home buyers


Posted 2/10/11

Spring is typically a time of up-swing in the housing market. So, add to that the low housing prices out there, the cautious optimism about the recession finally breathing its last breath and this could be the spring to end all springs in the real estate market and a good way to get us back on our feet economically.


What’s Affordable? Home Ownership Or Renting


Posted 1/29/11

The decision between buying a home and renting a house is not as simple as it may sound. There is more to the decision than whether it is financially possible. In most cases the payments on a home is actually cheaper than rent, but consider the other factors involved.


Existing Home Sales Improvement in December 2010


Posted 1/25/11

In December, a report from the National Association of Realtors says that existing home sales surged by 12.3 percent, annualized this comes to a rate of sales of 5.28 million existing homes. In November, annualized sales were at 4.7 million. For the last half of 2010 five out of six months showed gains, according to Stuart Hoffman, chief economist at PNC Financial Services Group.


5.27 % Slumps in Home Listings in December 2010


Posted 1/12/11

As of December 2010 the number of home listings within 26 major U.S. metropolitan areas slipped by 5.27%,, compared to a month prior, according to a survey done by Zip Realy. This could be a result of the holiday season which has a tendency to slow down as people begin to travel and are also worn down and tend to show houses less. However, there are many companies that offer to sell my house fast, sell my house, or we buy houses. These companies help people out of a bind when they need to move quickly, for example job relocations or just need to get out of a mortgage that they cannot afford. If you are stuck where keeping the house is going to cost you more than to take a loss now, or if you cannot find somebody to rent your house then these companies might be the best place for you. They offer a quick and easy way to move on with your life.


How Real Estate will look in 2011


Posted 1/12/11

The chant of "It's the best time to buy a home in decades" was impossible to miss if you paid any attention to real estate news the past year. Everywhere you turned there was someone who was bellowing on about how you needed to be purchasing a home right now. The main issue for most people was a lack of funds at the current time. What many experts had forgotten was how much the housing bubble and stock market crash had impacted the pocketbooks of average individuals. That is not to mention the fact that many people already were home owners and were interested in selling, not buying.


Houses: Selling And Buying Together


Posted 1/3/11

There are many people who wish to expedite the process of both buying a new home and selling their old one. Most people believe it's only a good idea to buy a new one after the old is sold. However, the greatest speed and efficiency in this endeavor can be achieved by performing both actions at the same time. The important ideas to keep in mind for quick sale, negotiation of penalty fees, proper organizational skills, and pre-approval.


Say Goodbye to Lower Mortgage Rates


Posted 1/3/11

Prevailing mortgage rates forecastings for sell my house in USA are that mortgage rates of interest will stay at historically low degrees until after the Federal election in Nov, and then start to ascend sharply. Householders in the US might not experience that mortgage rates of interest are at historically low degrees of sell my house fast, because there has been a sluggish upward sneak in rates of interest over the last 2 years on we buy houses, and current mortgage rates of interest are greater than they've been since early this century.


Signs of Improvent on New-home Sales


Posted 12/27/10

Although the numbers are not fantastic and remain far below the rate economists consider healthy, the total number of new home sales rose 5.5% in November over October. This is good news especially since the October rate had matched the lowest level in 47 years. Economists still think it's a 3 year period before we see the current number of 290,000 units per year rise to the 600,000 units they consider the normal rate.


Growth Trend Continue in Existing-Home Sales


Posted 12/27/10

In November the number of existing home sale rose 5.6% over the October numbers, from 4.43 million to 4.68 million totaling an additional 250,000 sales nationwide. These numbers include Single Family, Townhomes, Condominiums, and Co-Ops. While single family home sales rose a total of 6.7% Condominiums and Co-ops actually declined 1.9%. Although the sales increase is a positive sign for homeowners in need of selling the numbers are still approximately 30% below the Nov 2009 peak. This was the original deadline for the first time buyer incentive programs.


Mortgage Rates Hike, Would Home Prices Go Down?


Posted 12/21/10

Mortgage rates rose over the last five weeks to 4.83 for a 30 year mortgage. Interest rates for 15 year loans are still considerably lower at 4.17, but also rising with the trend. Is this enough to discourage home buyers? It shouldn’t be. It should be an alert to prospective home buyers to get that loan before the rates increase even more. Interest rates are still lower than they are likely to be again in decades. Locking in that loan now, is the best defense on the rising rates. A few months ago rates were at an all time low, being artificially held down to encourage loans for home buyers and small business, as well as helping people in financial trouble avoid foreclosure by refinancing.


Housing starts, building permits rise in November


Posted 12/21/10

For the past several years, people have been loosing their homes due to job loss, budget cuts, and restructuring, done by companies who have had to downsize; sometimes, through no fault of their own. It's no secret that the recession has played havoc on the housing market in the last two, to two and a half years. Because there is less money to spend on housing and less to invest, the new housing had all but frozen, and the existing housing market buying, had stabilized.


Home Values Continue To Decrease In 2010


Posted 12/14/10

The economy is not getting better. This might sound like a blunt statement, as well as one that you did not want to hear, but it’s a fact - and there is no avoiding it. It’s also a fact that the backbone of America’s wealth is real estate. Up until 2006, millions of people used their homes as ATMs. Since home prices continually increased at a rapid pace, homeowners also used credit in an assumption that their home would continue to increase in value. It was a case of assumed future wealth, which is always dangerous. What ended up happening was a state of irrational exuberance, which led to an enormous real estate bubble burst. Now we are headed in the opposite direction. Instead of home prices inflating, they are deflating.


Loan Modification - Get Out From Under Your Loan


Posted 12/14/10

First, the term applies to a permanent change in one or more of a borrowers existing mortgage terms. If the attempt is successful, the borrower may have his or her loan reinstated resulting in financial changes the borrower can afford. However, like the Clint Eastwood movie, there is the good, the bad and the ugly in modifying a mortgage loan. Actually, some pundits call this program the new "snake oil" of 2010. But, let's not dwell on the negative aspects of a loan modification. There are quirks in nearly every type loan a borrower is relegated to consider, so how about a peek at the good with maybe a touch of the bad.


The Short Sale Process In A Nutshell


Posted 7/26/10

Many people have heard the term short sale, but most are unfamiliar with its definition or process. Short selling has become more widely accepted in the real estate market in the past two years as a way to keep more distressed properties from entering into full foreclosure.


Short Sales 2010 Statistics


Posted 7/26/10

Recent data from the national Association of Realtors has shown that the first half of 2010 has shown a slight increase in short sales among at risk properties. A 2.3% increase is the average for the nation. While some areas have higher amounts, many areas are showing less than 1% increase.


Foreclosure Statistics 2010


Posted 7/26/10

Foreclosure statistics for the first half of 2010 have been released; the results are mixed. For the first 6 months of the year foreclosures were down 5 % from the previous 6 months. This is a good sign, showing that mortgage modification programs may be helping and that the economy may be turning around. However, these same numbers were 8% above the same time period for 2009, a bad sign that recovery may still be far away. The next six months will be the deciding factor if the housing market is improving or not.


Home Buyer Tax Credit


Posted 7/10/10

Approval of the extension of the Home Buyer Tax Credit, for first time home buyers, has given home buyers until September 30, 2010 to arrange a closing and still qualify for the $8,000/$6,500 tax credit. The original deadline was June 30, 2010 but due to data released in May 2010 revealing sharp declines in sales of existing and new homes and continued foreclosure activity, the House passed a new bill, the H.R.5623, extending the home buyer credit for new and existing home buyers.


Steps Of Foreclosure


Posted 7/10/10

Steps of Foreclosure begin when the lender is no longer willing to work with the property owner to bring the loan balance to current status. While there is no concrete law regarding the number of missed payments which must have occurred, some lenders are willing to delay longer than others hoping to avoid the cost, time and paperwork involved.


Many resources to determine your house value


Posted 7/9/10

There are a variety of different ways that you could find out your house value. A house's value can change throughout the year. A few of the reasons people need to know there house value is for selling it or for refinancing purposes.


Foreclosure Prevention Numbers First Quarter 2010


Posted 7/1/10

For the first quarter of 2010, there was a 75% increase in the number of people completing foreclosure prevention programs in this country. Even more surprising is the fact that the number of loans that were 60 or more days delinquent fell for the first time in two years this past quarter. These are astonishing facts, considering the large number of people losing their homes to foreclosure around this same time.


US Home Prices Rise 0.8 Percent


Posted 7/1/10

The Federal Housing Finance Agency has just issued their monthly report about house value and sales. The report shows that home prices increased by 0.8 percent from March to April 2010. This increase is a good sign of recovery in the housing market.


How Much Does it Cost to Sell Home with a Realtor?


Posted 6/24/10

If you need some assistance in selling your home, odds are that your considering contacting a realtor. Also, you are probably wondering what will be the realtor cost. This will vary with different realtors and agencies, and you will decide all of this and put it into a contract. Sales are statistically proven to be more successful when a person involves a realtor in trying to sell their home. The advertising and networking a realtor does is vitally important, especially in this economy. You may not want to give up that 6% or 7% of revenue, so you have to answer this question to yourself: How bad do I want to sell my house?


"Real Estate Leads" the Way to Better Real Estate


Posted 6/23/10

A real estate lead is information collected about someone who is potentially interested in buying or selling property in the real estate market, or interested in having the value of a property assessed. When collecting information about a lead, from any source, it is important to record key contact information of the persons interested such as name, e-mail address, phone number, and an available mailing address. This information is important in order to establish contact with potential buyers and sellers so as to let them know what services you are able to offer in any property transactions they hope to make.


Selling Home in Los Angeles


Posted 6/21/10

Throughout Los Angeles, home sales were up for April of 2010. The perception that homes cannot be sold in this real estate market is proving to be false. With all types of homes being sold for great prices, it is still a great time for sellers to sell their home if they are considering it. Los Angeles realtors are very accessible and able to answer all questions you have regarding the home selling process. This article will discuss some of the areas in L.A. that are displaying an upward trend in selling homes for 2010.


Philadelphia Pennsylvania Home Selling Statistics


Posted 6/21/10

If you have been thinking about selling a home in the Philadelphia area in the near future, then there are some Philadelphia Pennsylvania home selling statistics that you should be aware of to help guide you through the process. The real estate market is constantly changing, so it makes sense to be armed with the most current information before putting a home, or condo on the market. When planning a strategy for selling, there are three major areas of information that a person should keep their eyes on, as they go forward with the process. The Market Action Index (MAI), the average number of days homes are on the market, and the median home price average, which is usually a quarterly measurement. Below are the details on these measurements, and what they mean to you if are planning to put your home on the market in the near future.


San Diego Real Estate Home Sales - Sell My House


Posted 5/30/10

Contrary to popular belief, now is the time to sell your home, especially if you live in San Diego. Selling your home in San Diego does not have to be a difficult or stressful process. There are statistics that prove the real estate market is still thriving in San Diego.


Vacancy Rates Stay at Record Highs


Posted 5/1/10

The Census Bureau reported on Monday that the vacancy rate edged up to 11.0 percent of all housing units in the first quarter of 2010, slightly above the year-round average of 10.9 percent for 2009. The data showed a slight decline of 0.1 percentage points in the vacancy rate for ownership units compared with the first quarter of 2009.


LA Home Buyer Featured In Home by Design Magazine


Posted 4/17/10

Darrell Holguin an ExpertHomeOffers.com real estate affiliate was featured in Home by Design Magazine. The Magazine is dedicated to promoting real estate professionals along with showcasing luxury homes and fine interiors


Real Estate Housing Permits Taking Off In 2010!


Posted 1/23/10

The housing market has been on a down slope due to the current economy, but things may be looking up for 2010. Housing permits during the end of 2009 had declined severely but due to the new tax credit for first time home buyers, the building permit industry is on the rise. This may be a good time for people to say sell my house or join a home buyer’s organization to assist with the new rise in home buying or home building.


Commercial Real Estate - Where Is It Headed?


Posted 1/16/10

Over the past year commercial real estate has been following the steady declines seen in residential real estate. This can be seen by looking no further than the fact that prices are down nearly 40% from 2007 and office vacancies have increased by 5% in 2009 alone. However, residential real estate has slowly began turning around, this has caused many investors and analysts to wonder if commercial real estate will stabilize in 2010.


Recent Home Buyers Statistics A Real Estate Change


Posted 1/10/10

People looking to sell a house have a reason to cheer about statistics that were released regarding November real estate sales. An annualized rate of 6.54 million units was sold in November. This is an increase of 7.4% from October numbers. Even bigger, it is an increase of 45.4% from the number of units sold a year ago.


Real Estate Leads Company Expands Its Business


Posted 12/24/09

In an effort to help more home owners get the professional home selling service they need, MotivatedRealEstateLeads.com has expanded its service and implemented a new referral program for real estate agents.


All Carolinas Are Not Created Equally


Posted 12/22/09

We used to refer to the Carolinas in one breath, as if all of the markets behaved similarly. Today, that could not be further from the truth. All of the major housing markets (Charlotte, Raleigh, Wilmington, Myrtle Beach, Charleston and Hilton Head) have wildly different outlooks. In this analysis, we will look at Charlotte and Raleigh.


Foreclosure Rates Affected By Unemployment


Posted 12/22/09

President Obama issued one of the largest investments in American history, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. The large government spending program was created to create jobs and increase the unemployment rate. In November 2009 our nations unemployment rate was at 10 percent, meaning over 15 million Americans were without jobs.


The End of Suburban Communities


Posted 12/20/09

The housing crush has had a range of side effects across the nation. However, with more and more new home developments struggling to fill the new properties, a new phenomenon has appeared. There are fewer and fewer new suburban developments showing up on the fringes of communities. Expansion that was so rampant in the real estate boom has suddenly disappeared or stalled midproject, leaving empty houses gaping at passerbys.


Sell House Now Tips and Information


Posted 11/26/09

Sell House Quickly with these house selling tips and important selling information. Home owners who need to sell their house fast typically have one of the following reasons: foreclosure, job transfer, divorce, relocaiton, family illness, short sale, etc. There are many reasons home owners need to sell a home but if you are experiencing any of the above stated issues you are more likely to need to sell quick.


Sell House Now or Sell House Later - Good Question


Posted 11/25/09

Existing home sales jumped 10.1 percent in October, while the Case-Shiller 20-City Index showed a rise of 0.3 percent for September, its fourth consecutive monthly increase. Both increases were driven by the expiration of the first-time homebuyers tax credit at the end of November.


Hard For Many Home Owners To Sell Their House


Posted 11/25/09

Research from First American CoreLogic came out today that showed more than 10 million home owners owe more for their mortgages than what their house is worth. Over 2 million other home owners are within five percent of breaking even on their home.


First Time Home Buyer Tax Credit Affects Housing


Posted 11/18/09

There appeared to be a sharp falloff in the housing market in October, as the November 30th expiration date for the first-time homebuyers tax credit approached. As expected, this credit pulled home purchases forward, leading to a substantial increase in sales in the late summer and early fall. The National Association of Realtors' Pending Home Sales Index increased 6.1 percent from August to September and stood 21.2 percent above its year-ago level.


Home Buyer Tax Credit Extended


Posted 11/6/09

The first time home buyer tax credit has been extended until April 30 2010 and for the first time ever a home buyer tax credit is available to existing home owners.


When Will House Prices Hit Bottom


Posted 10/28/09

Home prices are up in last three months


Foreclosure Statistics To Help You Sell Your House


Posted 9/1/09

The foreclosure rates has not hit a bottom yet, but there is help for home sellers


Investors Adapting to the Real Estate Market


Posted 8/27/09

Who says you can't still make money investing in real estate


Owning Versus Renting A Home


Posted 8/25/09

Is home ownership better than renting? Read and See


Mortgage Applications Prove No Uptick in Sales


Posted 8/12/09

Mortgage application index shows no signs of housing turn


Pending Homes Sales Increase for Fifth Month


Posted 8/5/09

Pending home sales - good news for the real estate market


A Bottom To The Real Estate Market


Posted 7/23/09

Starting to see a bottom to the real estate market


Home Prices To Decline to 1990's Levels


Posted 7/15/09

Home prices decrease more than many would like


First Time Home Buyer Tax Credit Could Be $15,000


Posted 7/8/09

New proposal for 1st time home buyer tax credit


Home Prices Back to Late 2000 Year Levels


Posted 7/1/09

Will home prices drop below what they should


US Foreclosure Rates - Has Real Estate Hit Bottom


Posted 6/29/09

What are the top foreclosure states in the US


Sell My House Fast Home Owner Checklist


Posted 6/8/09

Suggestions to sell your house fast in any market


Government Needs $800M for Reverse Mortgage Plan


Posted 5/7/09

The government is asking congress for almost 800 million for loan program


Bottom of The Real Estate Market is Not Here Yet!


Posted 4/22/09

False bottom to the real estate market is told by many details


No Down Payment For New Homes


Posted 4/4/09

Home owners are not getting any money at the closing table for a new home


Mortgage Loan Modification and the Stimulus Plan


Posted 3/15/09

Now is the time to get your home loan modification


Foreclosure Up Again in February


Posted 3/12/09

Over 74,000 homes lost to foreclosure


Home Buyer Tax Credit Could Have Been Removed


Posted 2/11/09

$15,000 tax credit for home buyers could have been removed from the stimulus bill


Home Vacancy Rates Still High In 2009


Posted 2/11/09

House vacancy rates will help bring home prices back to normal levels


$15,000 Free Cash For Home Buyers in Stimulus Bill


Posted 2/10/09

Stimulus bill contains $15,000 tax credit for home buyers


Selling Real Estate In This Market


Posted 2/6/09

Mortgage rates affect home selling options


Real Estate, Housing And The 800 B Dollar Plan


Posted 2/2/09

Can the government save real estate in the United States


$7,500 Tax Credit For New Home Buyers


Posted 1/29/09

Incentive for home buyers to purchase now


House Prices Continue to Drop At A Fast Rate


Posted 1/28/09

Still no end in sight for housing


Consumer Confidence At All Time Low


Posted 1/27/09

Will consumer confidence come back and help real estate


Selling Real Estate Tips and Tricks For Selling


Posted 1/26/09

Selling real estate can be easier than most people think


Housing Invintory Is Larger Than Most Think


Posted 1/24/09

Real estate houses for sale on the market


Mortgage Rates Rise This Week


Posted 1/22/09

Interest rates for home mortgages increase


Is There Help To Avoid Foreclosure Comming?


Posted 1/21/09

Can the government help stop foreclosures


No More Negative News About The Economy


Posted 1/19/09

Will 2009 be the end of the recent recesion?


How To Avoid The Foreclosure Crisis


Posted 1/16/09

Foreclosures are up 81% this year


Why Real Estate Leads Work


Posted 1/4/09

Use real estate leads to grow your business


When Will Real Estate Recover


Posted 12/27/08

Will real estate recover in 2009


Mortgage Rates At 37 Year Low


Posted 12/18/08

Will low mortgage rates help sell more homes


Real Estate Foreclosures Slow - Is This The End


Posted 12/13/08

Are real estate foreclosures starting to slow to a bottom


Mortgage Applications Way Down After Surge


Posted 12/11/08

Are there less people saying "we buy houses" now that the market is down?


Should Government Bailout Home Owners?


Posted 12/6/08

Will a government bailout stop the foreclosure cirisis?


Will Lower Mortgage Rates Solve The Housing Crisis


Posted 12/4/08

There is a plan to lower interest rates to 4.5 percent


Ada County Tax Assessor Wrong Again - Taxes Go Up


Posted 11/26/08

Ada County Property Taxes Keep Going Up While Market Goes Down


Best Way to Sell My House In Collin County, Texas


Posted 11/12/08

Selling a house in texas is a little easier now!


Renegotiation Of Mortgage - Will It Help


Posted 11/12/08

Pending home sales sharp down turn


Long Term Interest Rates Move Higher


Posted 10/30/08

Long term interest rates track with bonds


Vacancy Rates Keep Increasing


Posted 10/29/08

Vacancy rates still very high in the real estate market


Should You Rent A Home Or Own?


Posted 10/28/08

Home ownership can still be a good thing


Sell A House In A Slow Real Estate Market


Posted 10/2/08

Sell my house fast in a slow market


House Prices Not Comming Back!


Posted 9/30/08

Home prices may never come back to what they were


Who Does The Bail-Out Help


Posted 9/30/08

Bail out money and our real estate market


Interest Rates Down in 4th Strait Week


Posted 9/18/08

Good News for Home Buyers


Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Failure


Posted 9/17/08

Big companies even fail


Federal Reserve Keeps Mortgage Market Smooth


Posted 9/17/08

Real Estate Turmoil Keeps Mortgage Rates Down


Interest Rates Slightly Down


Posted 9/4/08

Consumer spending is down and so are interest rates


Commercial Construction Headed Down


Posted 9/3/08

Non-resedential construction is now starting to slow


Have We Hit the Bottom of The Real Estate Market


Posted 8/29/08

Can you sell your house fast now?


Long Term Mortgage Rates Down


Posted 8/21/08

As homes continue to sit on the market, rate fall slightly


New Construction Housing Starts Trend Down


Posted 8/20/08

No bottom of the real estate market yet


When Should I Buy A House


Posted 8/18/08

Now is the time to buy your next home


Pending Homes Sales Rise Slightly


Posted 8/14/08

We are still not at the bottom of the real estate market


Mortgage Rates Unchanged This Week


Posted 8/14/08

Long term mortgage rates are fairly unchanged this week


Sell My House In Houston Texas


Posted 8/11/08

We buy houses in Houston


Mortgage Rates Stay Steady - Long Term Rates


Posted 8/7/08

It is time to buy a house becuase of low interest rates


Falling House Prices Continue


Posted 8/6/08

Buyers and sellers are seeing home prices continue to drop and foreclosures go up


No More Lender Assisted Down Payment


Posted 8/6/08

October 1st will mark the date of no more down payment assistance


House Renters Save Big Money


Posted 8/5/08

If you are a renter then you made the right choice


The Trouble with Mortgages


Posted 8/4/08

Mortgages are becoming more difficult for home buyers to obtain


The Pain of Home Over-Improvement


Posted 8/3/08

Home sellers beware of upgrades you make to help sell your home


Smart Real Estate Improvements - Windows


Posted 7/29/08

Pro's and Con's of upgrading to double pane windows


Time To Deal With Foreclosures


Posted 7/29/08

Now, how do I sell my foreclosure property


The Lack of Foreclosure Help Nation Wide


Posted 7/23/08

sell my house in Georgia to Stop Foreclosure


Housing Market Still On A Decline


Posted 7/23/08

When will it be easy to sell my house again?


The Pain of Closing Costs


Posted 7/21/08

Helpful tips on closing tips for buying and selling your home


The Fight over Mortgage Rules


Posted 7/20/08

should regulations be put on mortgage industry to provide a stable and profitable real estate market


Mortgage Rules and Regulations: More is Needed


Posted 7/18/08

Many believe not enough is being done to regulate the lending industry to help prevent foreclosures


Mortgage Rates Fall Slightly


Posted 7/17/08

What are current mortgage rates


Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are Finding Help


Posted 7/16/08

Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae are looking for ways to give financing for the struggling mortgage co.


Fannie and Freddie Bail Out


Posted 7/16/08

Will this bail out help the price of your home


Swooping In at the Lower Prices


Posted 7/15/08

Benefits of purchasing a foreclosure or distressed home in todays real estate market


Smart Tips for When to Buy a Home


Posted 7/12/08

Some important advice to help guide you when going to purchase a home.


Manhattan Moving


Posted 7/11/08

Real Estate sales in Manhattan is unaffected by the negative press concerning the real estate market


Are Foreclosures Slowing Down?


Posted 7/9/08

A look into programs offered to help homeowners avoid foreclosure.


The Senate Tries to Save the Real Estate Market


Posted 7/9/08

Real Estate bill is looking to pass to help people looking at foreclosure


Real Estate And The Economy


Posted 7/8/08

Half way through 2008, when will the economy rebound


Harvard To Study The Real Estate Market


Posted 7/7/08

Harvard to determine when it will be easy to sell your house


Banks are Freezing Home Equity Lines Of Credit


Posted 7/5/08

Is your HELOC no longer?


Mortgaeg Rates Down This Week


Posted 7/3/08

Long term rates fall slightly this week


Get More from the House You’re Stuck With


Posted 7/3/08

Improvements for your home that will increase value and allow you to enjoy untill you go to sell


Existing Homes Sales Increase in West of US


Posted 7/2/08

Good sign for home sellers in the west of the United States


Will Home Owners Insurance Protect Your Home in a


Posted 6/30/08

Purchasing home owners insurance does not guarantee the coverage of your homes value


Housing Decline Continues To Rock Real Estate


Posted 6/30/08

Home prices continue to fall in majority of cities


What to Do about the House Next Door


Posted 6/26/08

Suggestions to improve curb appeal when selling your home


The Right Contractor to Sell My House


Posted 6/24/08

Selecting a qualified contractor isn't an easy task. We show you how to hire a qualified contractor.


Wall Street Executives Take Shareholders Money


Posted 6/24/08

Executives have writen off most of there profits


Why Home Sellers Accept Low Home Offers


Posted 6/23/08

There are many things that affect a home selling price


The Fate Of The Real Estate Agent


Posted 6/21/08

With real estate agents still exist in the future?


Gas Prices Across The World Affect Home Buying


Posted 6/20/08

Home buyers looking closer to down town


Mortgage Rates Up Again


Posted 6/19/08

Mortgage rates continue to jump dipite inflation


Sell My House Tips


Posted 6/19/08

Tips to sell your house for sale with owner


Mortgage Rates Rise To 8 Month High


Posted 6/19/08

Mortgage rates increase


Tips To Sell My House


Posted 6/18/08

Many tips to sell your house fast


Home Equity at Lowest Rate Ever


Posted 6/18/08

Sell my house to save my equity


Upturn in Housing Starts Only Lasted 1 Month


Posted 6/18/08

Statistics show it is still hard to sell your house


How You Are Affected By The Foreclosure Next Door


Posted 6/11/08

Help your neighbor avoid foreclosure


Pending Homes Sales Rise Slightly in MidWest


Posted 6/11/08

Could this be the sign of the bottom of the real estate market?


Celebrity Foreclosures


Posted 6/10/08

Even celebrities need to stop foreclosure


$1.7 Billion Tax Money to Bail Out Foreclosures


Posted 6/9/08

Tax payers going to bail out the foreclosure crisis


We Buy House Investors Going Green


Posted 6/5/08

Investors going green to sell home houses


Interest Rates Not Changed This Week


Posted 6/5/08

Long term interest rates remain unchanged


Hidden Cost of Buying a Foreclosure House


Posted 6/4/08

Should you buy a home this went through foreclosure


What Type Of Mortgage You Should Get


Posted 6/2/08

Great mortgage so you can avoid foreclosure


How Foreclosures Are Affecting the Rental Market


Posted 5/31/08

Investors need to stop foreclosure for the rental market


1st Time Home Buyers Can Not Get Financing


Posted 5/29/08

Real estate slow down causes problems for home buyers


Inflation Raises Long Term Interest Rates


Posted 5/29/08

How can I sell my house with this inflation killing my home price


5 Trillion in Real Estate Loss To Home Owners


Posted 5/28/08

The real estate market keeps going down.


Inflation a Problem for Housing Recovery


Posted 5/27/08

Will inflation keep hurting the housing market?


New Bill Pushes For Greater Housing Security


Posted 5/23/08

New bill for Rent to Own


Interest Rates Slip From Economic News


Posted 5/23/08

Lower long term interest rates


Recession in the United States


Posted 5/21/08

Why are Foreign investors investing in the US


Plan to Bailout US House Market


Posted 5/21/08

Take from the poor - give to the rich


Federal Housing Administration Loans


Posted 5/18/08

Why FHA loans are popular


Will Lenders Pay for the Real Estate Crisis?


Posted 5/18/08

The Senate is looking into who to blame for the real estate marekt


Economists Fail To Spot This Years Meltdown


Posted 5/16/08

Economists are predicting real estate market rebound this year.


Mortgage Rates Lower on Hopes of Market Recovery


Posted 5/15/08

Rates lower, as economists speak of recovering economy


The Real Estate Markets that are Currently Growing


Posted 5/15/08

Where in the world is the real estate market growing?


No Evidence of Housing Turnaround on Horizon


Posted 5/14/08

Sustaining home prices will keep homes unaffordable for millions


Inflation and the Dollar are Hurting


Posted 5/14/08

How our economy affects the value of your home


Bubble Markets and Foreclosures - Sell My House


Posted 5/12/08

How can I sell my house in this market


Home Inventory Continues to Increase


Posted 5/9/08

How can I sell my house with more houses on the market


Mortgage Rates See Little Movement This Week


Posted 5/8/08

Not much movement in the mortage rates this week


Foreclosure Prevention Act 2008 Stop Foreclosure


Posted 5/6/08

Will the foreclosure prevention act of 2008 help you


Housing Prices Will Rebound in 2009 - Can You Wait


Posted 5/5/08

Can you wait for the full real estate cycle?


Sell My House to a We Buy Houses Professional


Posted 5/4/08

Sell your house fast at no cost


Sell My House in Las Vegas – This is How To Sell


Posted 5/4/08

Need to sell your Las Vegas House? Here is how


Foreclosures Up 23 Percent – But More to Come


Posted 5/2/08

Stop Foreclosure Fast - Sell My House


Little Change In The Mortgage Rates


Posted 5/1/08

This week shows little change in the mortgage rates


How Can I Sell My House For Free


Posted 4/29/08

Learn how to sell your house for cash for free


Sell and Rent Back My House


Posted 4/28/08

How can I sell my house and then rent it back


How Much Is My House Worth – Sell My House


Posted 4/28/08

Get my house value so I can sell my house fast


Mortgage Rates Up This Week


Posted 4/24/08

Mortgage Rates Rise This Week


No Home Buyers – What is My Property Worth


Posted 4/23/08

How can I sell my house in this real estate market


Latest Interest Rate Results


Posted 4/17/08

Interest Rates Flat


Hundreds of Renters Being Evicted by Banks


Posted 4/16/08

Investors still making money after foreclosure


Slight Changes In Mortgage Rates This Week


Posted 4/11/08

Just minor changes in mortgage rates this week


8 States With The Lowest Foreclosure Rate


Posted 4/9/08

Idaho is ranked in the top 10 states with the lowest foreclosure rates


Foreclosure Rates are Climbing - Will They Stop?


Posted 4/7/08

January 2008 saw another large jump in foreclosure filings


Long Term Mortgage Rates Rise Slightly


Posted 4/3/08

Recent mortgage information


100 Top Foreclosure Zip Codes and Cities


Posted 4/2/08

Las Vegas, Nevada tops the list of the highest foreclosure rate in the nation


Idaho Unemployment Rate and Idaho Real Estate


Posted 3/31/08

Why Idaho real estate market is doing well


Mixed Mortgage Rates in Freddie Mac Survey


Posted 3/28/08

On the housing front, house prices keep declining


The New Mortgage Plan – Who Qualifies?


Posted 3/27/08

Can I refinance my house - or should I sell it?


How Your Credit Score Affects Your Home Buying


Posted 3/22/08

What you need to know about your credit


Mortgage Rates Plummet...Long Term Ones


Posted 3/21/08

Short term rates Barely Move


Where Are House Prices Hurting The Most?


Posted 3/17/08

In the last quarter of 2007, home prices in the United States fell roughly 1.3%


Harder To Get A Loan With Good Credit


Posted 3/15/08

Not as many loans being purchased by investors


Mortgage Applications Drop - Real Estate Issues


Posted 3/13/08

When mortgage applications drop real estate does too


Weak Economic Report Drives Mortgage Rates Down


Posted 3/10/08

30 year mortgage at 6.03 percent


Sell My House Myself FSBO - House Value


Posted 3/8/08

When it comes to selling your house you have a few home selling options


How Much Is My House Worth - House Assessment


Posted 3/7/08

The mortgage crisis continues to rock the real estate world


Home Vacancy Rate Highest Since Great Depression


Posted 2/18/08

So what can you do to solve the vacant house problem in your neighborhood?


Tips to Help Sell Your House Fast


Posted 2/10/08

Sell your house fast to a local real estate investor


Walking Away From Homes and Mortgages Becoming All


Posted 2/6/08

Do not walk Away From Your House - Sell It Fast


How Decorating Helped Me Sell My House Fast


Posted 2/2/08

Sell Your house fast with a few decorating tips.


Even Millionaires Face Foreclosure


Posted 1/12/08

Michael Jackson facing foreclosure?


Sell Your House As A Short Sale And Have No Tax


Posted 1/2/08

New tax law signed will help home sellers with short sales and taxes


Home Prices Decline at Record Pace


Posted 12/29/07

House prices in 10 major cities across the United States declined 6.7 percent


Buying A Home In Charleston South Carolina


Posted 12/20/07

Buying A Home In Charleston South Carolina By The Numbers


Mortgage Rate Decrease Could Help Home Sales


Posted 12/12/07

Decrease interest rates could help sell my house fast


Sell My House in Boise Idaho


Posted 12/7/07

Boise real estate statistics to help sell my house


How to Sell My House to Stop Foreclosure


Posted 12/7/07

Foreclosures are at all time high


Sell My Charleston House – Sell House No Equity


Posted 11/29/07

Sell my house fast with no equity - real estate help


Help Me Sell My Boise Idaho House - Boise Homes


Posted 11/18/07

There are currently over 5,400 homes for sale in Ada County


Rent to Own Charleston - Buy House with Bad Credit


Posted 11/18/07

Stop renting and buy a new home in Charleston


Foreclosures are Up for Third Quarter of 2007


Posted 11/12/07

Foreclosures are up for the third quarter of 2007 by approximately 30% compared to the second quarte


Vultures swoop in to buy houses, cheap


Posted 11/12/07

THEY CASH IN ON OTHERS' MISFORTUNE BUT REDUCE SUPPLY OF UNSOLD HOMES


How Much Does It Cost To Sell My House


Posted 11/9/07

Real Estate Commissions Increase


Foreclosures Rise 30 percent – How Does Your State


Posted 11/5/07

Third quarter 2007 results are in and not looking good for the real estate market.


Facing Foreclosure to Save Your Credit


Posted 10/28/07

How to Save your Credit when facing Foreclosure


House Assessment – How Much Is My House Worth?


Posted 10/25/07

How to get a house evaluation or house assesment


Sell My House in Boise to Save My Equity


Posted 10/23/07

How to sell your house fast to save equity


You May Owe the IRS after a Foreclosure


Posted 10/21/07

Free information on how the IRS treats foreclosures


How to Sell My House Myself


Posted 10/21/07

Free information on how to sell your house yourself


Acting to Stop Foreclosures


Posted 10/11/07

A little advice on how you can stop foreclosure


The 4 Basic Elements to Qualify for a Mortgage


Posted 10/11/07

What lenders look for when you buy a house


Estates Agents & Property Buyers


Posted 10/8/07

Estate agents & property buyers exist for one reasons and one reason only


We Buy Houses – Professional Property Buyers


Posted 10/8/07

Who are the we buy houses property buyers


Real Estate Agents & Property Buyers


Posted 10/8/07

Estate agents and property buyers - what is the difference?


Sell My House Boise Idaho - Boise Real Estate


Posted 10/4/07

The best way to sell a house in Boise Idaho


Best Way To Sell My House – Sell My House Fast


Posted 10/4/07

How Should I Sell My House Fast


Options To Avoid Foreclosure


Posted 10/4/07

Foreclosure real estate help - How to avoid foreclosure


Rent To Own Boise - Lease Option Boise


Posted 10/3/07

Boise Idaho is one of the best places to lease option or rent to own a house


Rent To Own Houses – Lease Option Homes


Posted 10/3/07

Now is the time to do a Lease Option or Rent To Own


House Sales Slow To Lowest Rate Ever


Posted 10/2/07

House sales down across the nation - Sell My House Quick


Sell My Inherited House Fast


Posted 10/2/07

How To Sell an Inherited House Fast


Tips to Buying Your Home


Posted 10/2/07

There are many steps in the process of purchasing a home


What's the Best Way to Stop Foreclosure


Posted 10/2/07

Determining the best way to stop foreclosure


Top 50 Selling Situations – When To Sell My House


Posted 9/30/07

The top 50 reasons people need to sell their house fast


Rising Inventory of Unsold Homes


Posted 9/28/07

A continued rise in inventories of unsold homes in August signals further downward


Median Hous Prices Decline - Sell My House Fast


Posted 9/27/07

The median home price across the nation is down 1.5 percent.


How to Sell Your Home in a Slow Real Estate Market


Posted 9/27/07

Curb Appeal with landscaping


Short Sale 101


Posted 9/26/07

This occurs when the net proceeds from the sale of a home are not enough to cover the mortgage


Home Staging - Will It Really Help Me Sell My Home


Posted 9/26/07

Recent stats show that homes that have been staged for sale receive 3-6% increase


Boise Real Estate Statistics - Sell Your My House


Posted 9/25/07

Sell your house in Boise Idaho with this information


Boise Real Estate Statistics to Help You Sell Your


Posted 9/25/07

Sell your house in Boise Idaho with this information


Interest Rate Cut Should Help House Sellers


Posted 9/24/07

On Tuesday, September 18th 2007 the Federal Reserve cut the short term interest rate by 0.5 percent.


New Home Construction is at 12 Year Low


Posted 9/20/07

Home builders slow construction of now home to lowest rate in 12 years


Should I Sell My House Now – House Prices Decline


Posted 9/20/07

Much of the nations housing prices will see a decline over the next couple of years


Foreclosure Real Estate Help, FHA Refinance


Posted 9/17/07

proposed policies designed to help slow the foreclosure rate in America


Foreclosure Real Estate Help


Posted 9/15/07

Stop Foreclosure in any State


Minimum Wage May Help Home Sales


Posted 9/14/07

The minimum wage is going to increase from $5.15 to $5.85 per hour


Real Estate Market Down Turn is Expected To Stay


Posted 9/13/07

NAR reported the housing market down turn will last untill somtime 2008


I Need to Sell My House Fast Because of Divorce


Posted 9/13/07

The best option is to sell your house fast to sell it to a local home buyer.


House Sale Price vs Asking Price – Boise Idaho


Posted 9/4/07

House sellers are not getting their asking price


How Long Does It Take To Sell My House in Boise Id


Posted 9/1/07

The number of days a home is on the market in Boise, Idaho has increased 200%


How Can I Sell My House Fast Myself


Posted 9/1/07

There is a way to sell your house fast even in a slow real estate market.


How To Sell My House Fast In Boise Idaho


Posted 9/1/07

In July 2007 there were 5,198 houses for sale near Boise Idaho and only 12.4%, 648 of them sold


The Right Professional For Real Estate Help


Posted 9/1/07

Choosing the right real estate professional for your home selling need can make all the difference


How A Short Sale Can Stop Foreclosure


Posted 9/1/07

A short sale is a process that can allow you to sell your home fast


Stop Foreclosure Fast - Free Real Estate Help


Posted 9/1/07

The truth about your foreclosure stopping options.


When Should I Sell My House Fast To A Professional


Posted 9/1/07

When to seriously consider selling your house fast to a local professional home buyer.


Sell My House - How To Sell My Home Fast FSBO


Posted 9/1/07

The true steps and costs of selling your home on your own.