Monday, October 18, 2021 / by Raj Jaggi
When you've decided to sell your house, you'll need to figure out what form of transaction is ideal for you. You can engage a licensed real estate agent, go FSBO ("For Sale By Owner") and sell without an agent, or work with an iBuyer in general.
If you've never considered the third option, you're likely to have a lot of questions about what iBuyers are, how they work, and how they differ from the first two, which are part of the regular home-selling process. Don't be concerned. While we may not have all of the answers, we'll go through the basics of iBuyers and the benefits and drawbacks you should think about before deciding on this type of transaction.
An iBuyer (short for "instant buyer") is a real estate company that uses technology to acquire and sell the property. Instant refers to how quickly an iBuyer's algorithm calculates the AVM in order to make an offer on a house without seeing it, which could take minutes or days. To seek an offer from an iBuyer, use the company's w. ...
Friday, October 15, 2021 / by Raj Jaggi
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Wednesday, October 6, 2021 / by Raj Jaggi
The biggest dilemma homeowners face when putting their homes on the market is whether or not to renovate before selling. Because every home seller wants to get the best price for their property, determining whether you should do any remodeling or upgrades to make your property more desirable to a bigger number of buyers is crucial. To solve this dilemma we're going to talk about 3 things you should consider.
1. Current Condition
All properties vary, some need major touch-ups because their outdated, others need a full renovation due to potential damage or just not being in style for the buyers. This is why it's crucial to analyze your home's current condition. There's little to no need to renovate anything if you own a move-in-ready house, and you can simply leave it up to the buyers. However, if it's in desperate need of repair, you might have to pitch in to make it more livable. Before you start renovating your property, think about its existing conditio. ...
Wednesday, September 29, 2021 / by Raj Jaggi
When you finally have that new home the next step is to furnish. As a homeowner, nothing is more exciting than shopping for new furniture. Particularly if you're a first-time homeowner with the freedom to fill your space with whatever furniture you desire.
But, before you buy something similar to what you saw online or in your favorite home design magazine to give your home that Pinterest-inspired aesthetic, keep in mind that furniture shopping requires planning, it can be stressful. It's likely the next big commitment you'll make after buying your house because you'll be utilizing the furniture for a long time, so it's a big deal.
Not to worry that's why we're here to help! Let's talk about 5 major blunders to avoid when furniture shopping. So you can make your dream home a reality. After all, we all want to end up with amazing things that will not only enhance the beauty of our homes but also make our lives easier.
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Monday, September 27, 2021 / by Raj Jaggi
Every state in the United States has its own set of laws, particularly when it comes to real estate and property management. However, there are some real estate rules that are unusual, if not outright strange and amusing. If you're considering relocating to one of these cities or states, this list of fascinating facts about your potential new neighborhood may be useful.
Let's jump into it!
Do you want to have some privacy in your yard? No matter how much you despise your neighbors, you won't be able to completely enclose your land with a fence. There are regulations that govern the height of your fence. In Rhode Island, for example, you can erect a fence up to 6 feet tall. You will be forced to remove it or reduce it immediately by the state. This fence legislation is in place to ensure that people have clear views and to avoid neighbor disputes. California, on the other hand, has legislation prohibiting spite fences of more than 10 feet. While we're on the subject o. ...