September 2018 Real Estate Roundup
September 2018 Real Estate Roundup
The year has gone by pretty fast and the real estate market still continues to move at a very fast pace in many markets. Real estate blog articles also are coming out at breakneck speeds and September 2018 is no different. This month’s roundup includes articles for home sellers, home buyers, investors and more. Be sure to check out and share the articles you found interesting.
Putting Your Home Back On The Market After Home Inspection Deal Fall Through
If you had recently put your home up for sale and had the buyers walk away from the deal due to a bad home inspection issue then there is a right way to make sure when you put the home back on the market it is ready so it won’t happen again. This article by Bill Gassett provides a number of great tips for home sellers to recover from a bad inspection and list their home to sell again. A bad home inspection is not the end of selling your house, but with the proper steps and consideration the home still can be sold.
What To Do When The Buyer Backs Out Of Buying Your Home
Nothing can be worse than learning the buyer who is in contract to buy your home has changed their mind and now wants to walk away from the deal. Especially with all the preparation work and work gone into packing to get ready to move a buyer backing out can be tough to deal with. In this article by Lynn Pineda she examines the best way home sellers can soften the blows of a buyer walking away and how to effectively recover. A buyer walking away is not the end of the world, the home sellers are still in control of the home and can quickly make sure the house is ready for the next buyer.
Should You Put Your Investment Property Into An LLC?
Many real estate investors know about the benefits of having real estate in an LLC but don’t know the downsides of it. Yes there are downsides to putting investment real estate into an LLC as this article by Paul Sian lays out. If you are looking for conventional mortgage lending options, generally the real estate must be kept in the individual name of the buyers. Changing to LLC ownership after buying the property can also be problematic especially if the lender finds out and demands you pay back the loan immediately. Learn about the pros and cons of having real estate investment property in an LLC through this article.
Should You Sell Your Home In The Fall?
In many real estate markets around the U.S. the fall time is the second peak time for house sales. Most markets experience a big surge in sales of houses during spring which slows a tad in summer only to pick up some steam again in the fall. The home buyer pool does change somewhat and houses do sell. In this article by Petra Norris she provides some excellent reasons of why the Fall time frame is a good time to sell your home and how to make sure it gets sold.
Smart Tips For Selling Your Home In The Fall
Continuing on with the fall real estate theme this article from Sharon Paxson provides seven solid tips for getting your home ready for a fall home sale. Fall represents a unique time to stage your home for the season that buyers can appreciate. When selling your home one of the goals is to make your home standout and be noticed so buyers are interested enough to come see the home in person. Using the tips in this article can help you reach that goal.
Green Energy Guide For Your Home
John Cunningham has been putting together an extensive multi-part green energy guide for homeowners. Not only are green technologies and features for your home more environmentally friendly they can also help you save money on your monthly utility bills. Windows, doors, HVACs, appliances and more are all part of the upgrades homeowners can make to save money on energy bills and are talked about in this article. Be sure to check out John’s article and check out the others in his series as well too to see where you can save money with some easy upgrades.
The Benefits Of Using A Real Estate Agent To Buy A House
When buying one of the largest purchases many will make during their lifetimes it is wise to get expert assistance involved so that the process is a much smoother one. In this article by Luke Skar, he explains the benefits of using a Realtor to help buy a home. Real estate agents on a daily basis are helping homebuyers find the house of their dreams and not buy a lemon. Not only are they regularly negotiating on behalf of their clients they are also very familiar with homes on the market and what may work best for homebuyer’s needs.
Buying A Home Before Your Sell Your Current Home
Buying a home even before you sell your current home is possible when the homeowners go in ready. Also known as making an offer to buy a home contingent on selling your home, this process is explained by Jamohl DeWald in one of his recent September 2018 articles. Even in a hot seller’s market this strategy can work when the homeowners are working with the right professionals and making sure their current home is ready to sell and priced properly.
Are you getting ready to sell a home in the Fall? Some of the above articles are sure to help you out in that process.
The Real Estate Roundup For August 2018 was provided by Greater Cincinnati Area Luxury Realtor Paul Sian of United Real Estate Home Connections. Paul is a licensed real estate agent in the states of Ohio and Kentucky and has over 11 years of experience. Feel free to contact Paul for all your Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky real estate needs.