When divorce turns a person’s life upside down, one of the biggest challenges is housing – specifically, finding a new place to live, and deciding whether to buy and how much to spend. During that tumultuous time, real estate professionals
Evaluate your roof. Look for missing or loose shingles, deterioration of asphalt shingles along with mold, algae or splitting of real wood shingles. If the roof is in poor shape, consider upgrading to a synthetic roof, like those from DaVinci Roofscapes®.
Gather financial information Too many potential buyers find the house and only then worry about financials. That might be why they’re only potential buyers. Instead, first take an X-ray of your financial life. Put exact numbers on the figures you’ve
When you sell homes every day, no one needs to tell you what a bonus green energy-saving items are. Everyone is concerned with maximizing energy efficiency, both to save costs and to minimize environmental concerns. Adding solar energy to a
A home in rural Kentucky is less likely to be a good idea for short term as the amount of travel to that destination is a major component to creating a great short term rental proposition. Short term rentals are
Which is best for the home owner will always be best determined by the homeowner themselves and not the home owner across the street or across the country. Old school neighbors and friends will push their own opinions based
In real estate investing we have always been taught that the most expensive thing in investing is a vacant home. This makes so much sense. Even the restaurant industry has a similar mantra being “The most expensive thing in any restaurant
No one knows exactly how much the real estate industry spends on lead generation as a whole. We do know that agents and brokers are spending over $100 million a year on marketing lead generation programs provided by the Zillow