It would be an understatement to say that home buyers and investors have struggled to secure finance for the past six months or so.
Buying a new house and planning a move may be as much stress as you think you can handle.
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Buying or selling residential real estate is likely to be one of the most emotionally charged transactions you will do in your life.
Once you decide to sell a property any money that you put into the property should be deemed as an investment. This applies even if you have bought an un-renovated property that you intend to sell.
Once you have finally found a suitable home, you inherit a new challenge.
What to offer the vendor? There are so many variables when it comes to making the owner an offer. Quite simply, there are more questions than answers once you find a property that meets your needs.
During the sales campaign of your property, the agent will more than likely have to make some recommendations.
Whether these recommendations relate to the market, the price or whether to accept or reject an offer, their significance cannot be understated. On average most people sell real estate every 7 or 8 years.
One of the most commonly asked questions to a real estate agent is when is a good time to buy or sell?
The answer to this question depends greatly on personal circumstances.
Buying a home is one of the most important and largest financial decisions that you are likely to make.
Getting it right will result in years of security and happiness from your home. As happy as the right purchase makes you, the wrong purchase can become a painful purchase.
Is it necessary to have a property inspected by a professional when buying and how much does it cost?
For most people, buying a home or an investment property is the biggest investment they will ever make. Yet many enter into a contract to purchase giving little thought to