Buying a home is a big step in your life and should be a very exciting time. Unfortunately, many individuals rush into buying a home with out considering the implications is has on their future. If you’re considering making the move to own it’s important you weigh all the options, and consider what if anything will affect the feasibility of you’re purchase. If this is you’re first time in the housing market consider the following before you make your big move.Continue reading “5 Tips for the First Time Home Buyer”
FIRST IMPRESSIONS ARE LASTING
The front door greets the prospective buyer. Make sure it is fresh, clean and scrubbed looking. Keep the lawn mowed, bushes trimmed and edged, and the yard free of refuse and children’s toys.
DECORATE FOR A QUICK SALE
Faded walls and worn woodwork reduce appeal. An investment in kitchen wall paper will pay dividends, and you can’t find a better investment when selling your home than a few cans of paint to brighten up the interior.
What is a comparative market analysis (CMA) and how is it different from a real estate appraisal report?
The difference between a CMA (comparative market analysis) and a real estate appraisal report is that one is done by your real estate broker and one is done by a licensed real estate appraiser.Continue reading “CMA vs Appraisal”