February 2017 Real Estate Roundup
February 2017 Real Estate Roundup
Getting A Mortgage For Your Luxury Home
When getting a home ready for sale there quite a few steps to take in order to make sure the home is ready for buyers. If there are pets living in the home some extra steps should be taken to make sure the home is ready for buyers to visit. Xavier De Buck provides some great tips to help with getting a house ready when you have pets. Tackle the major pet issues as pointed out by Xavier and your home sale will be that much closer to success.
2017 Flooring Trends
As part of getting ready for your home sale you may want to upgrade the carpets, rugs or runners in order to freshen up the look of your house. If you are looking for some ideas of what carpets are the most stylish for 2017 then Debbie Gartner at TheFlooringGirl.com provides all the insights you need. A freshly updated and current style of carpet will go a long way to attracting buyers and encouraging them to make an offer on your home for sale in 2017.
Selling A Luxury Home For Sale By Owner
Selling a luxury home is a major undertaking that requires the right preparation in order to give the right presentation to buyers. Luxury homebuyers are looking for elevated that marketing and presentation when shopping for a luxury home. For those home sellers wanting to try to sell their luxury home on their own this article from luxury real estate agent Paul Sian with HER Realtors provides luxury homeowners with great tips on how to sell their luxury home on their own.
New Construction Home Buying Tips
Buying a new construction home is a bit different than buying an existing home. In her article 20 Do’s and Don’t of Buying A New Construction Home Wendy explores what homebuyers should be doing and what they should not be doing during the process of buying a new construction home. The tips in Wendy’ article are sure to help new construction home buyers make sure they do things right the first time.
First Time Home Buyer Guide For Home Insurance
Purchasing a home for the very first time can be an overwhelming experience. From getting the right financing, home inspections, appraisals and more there are a lot of things that can go wrong before the purchase is complete. Part of buying a home includes the requirement of getting homeowners insurance. Homeowners insurance is a requirement when the home is being purchased with a mortgage. Even if a mortgage is not being used homeowners insurance is a wise move since it will protect one of your biggest assets owned. In this article by Inlanta-Mortgage Madison you can learn about getting the right insurance policy for your home and understand what exactly is being covered.
How To Lose Your Mortgage Approval
After a mortgage pre-approval has been obtained it does not mean a loan to buy a home is guaranteed. There a number of ways a homebuyer can destroy their chances of buying the home of their dreams by doing something to cause their mortgage pre-approval to get cancelled. It is not even unheard of to have a mortgage approval cancelled right at the closing table and thus causing problems for both the buyer and seller. Bill Gassett details 14 ways a mortgage pre-approval can end up getting cancelled and how to avoid those pitfalls.
People Who May Be Better Of By Not Buying A Home
Home buying is not the right choice for everyone. In fact if someone were to buy a home for the wrong reason it is possible that his or her investment in that home could end up being a loss. Conor MacEvilly takes readers through the categories of which people might be better off not buying a home and the reasons why those in those situation thinking to buy a home may want to think twice.
Internet Home Shopping Mistakes
While the Internet has everything that homebuyers can utilize to purchase a home there is still a right way and a wrong way to go about shopping for a home online as Kyle Hiscock notes. In his article Top 5 Mistakes Of Internet Home Shopping Kyle explores the areas where homebuyers can get head down the wrong path when shopping for a home online. Take a wrong turn on the internet and a homebuyer can end up paying too much money, losing out on a home because they offered to little based on bad data, or worse giving away their hard earned money to fraudsters and having nothing left to show for it.
About The Author
February 2017 Real Estate Round Up was written by Greater Cincinnati Area Luxury Real Estate Agent Paul Sian of RE/MAX Incline. Paul is a licensed real estate agent in the states of Ohio and Kentucky and has over 10 years of experience. Feel free to contact Paul for all your Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky real estate needs.