Want to know the secret to home buying power? Well, there’s no secret. Simply sitting down with your Stockton Mortgage Banker to get prequalified for a loan is the first step to homeownership – but knowing these factors give you the power to unlock your home buying strength! (But if you’re into secrets, here’s one: there are four of them!).
Millennials and Baby Boomers are trading spaces, so to speak. Boomers are saying sayonara to their homes in suburbia and welcoming urban living, while millennials are looking to larger, suburban living. If you’re trying to sell to millennials, here are things Zillow says to consider.
Most of the time, you never consider your neighbor as one of your biggest selling points when you decide to sell your home – but neighbors play a huge role in potential curb appeal.
While shopping for a home and looking through listings, have you ever read about a master suite with bathroom and water closet and it gave you pause – because, what is a water closet, exactly? Look no further than this explanation.
Selling your home in the next year? Now is the time to prepare your home for selling in the upcoming spring.
While the number of first time homebuyers from August 2015 to August 2016 went from 35% to 51%, different challenges for first time home buyers emerge.
A new trend developing, thanks to the cost of dorm life, has some college-student parents considering buying a house for their kids to live in during their college days.
If you’re interested in buying a home but you’re a bit lost on how best to hit up an open house, Realtor.com has a few tips for finding and attending an open house!
So you’ve ordered an appraisal on a property, or perhaps you’re having your property appraised for a refinance or before you put it on the market.