Tuesday, March 20, 2018  10:32 PM

TOP REASONS TO BUY A HOME NOW Interest rate are low but will be rising, the definitely aren’t going any lower Real estate prices in the Greater Orlando Area are going up, the prices have hit bottom Real estate in the Greater Orlando Area is getting scarce The rent is to high, and it is going up It’s often cheaper to own Buying a home gives you equity A home typically appreciate over time You’ll pay less tax and save money You can make your own rules There are new starter homes on the market You may find a distressed property You can rent part of your home for income, even buy a second house for more income

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Monday, February 26, 2018  01:46 PM

Do you plan to sell a home in 2018? If so, it's time to start thinking about your asking price. Better yet, you could work with an experienced real estate agent to determine your list price. It's one of our specialties. In this article, we'll look at the reasons why it's so important to price a home effectively, in order to get a quick sale. Pricing Your Home to Sell Quickly When selling a home, you can set the initial asking price in one of three ways. You can price it to sell quickly, eventually, or not at all. The first option is the one that appeals to most sellers, for obvious reasons. The primary goal when selling a home is (A) to get the highest possible price, and (B) to sell within the shortest time possible. So let's talk about how you would price a home to sell it more quickly. When selling a home, it can be helpful to change your mindset from "owner" to "seller." In reality, you're both of these things. You're the ...

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Monday, February 26, 2018  01:15 PM

Home inspections are a common source of confusion for first-time home buyers, because there are several different types of inspections that can take place. Here is an overview of the most common types of inspections you could encounter during the buying process.  Primary Home Inspection When you hear people talk about a "home inspection," they are generally referring to the primary inspection that is conducted by a licensed home inspector. It's always a good idea to have a property professionally inspected before buying it.  The inspector will examine the home's foundation, roof, electrical system, installed appliances, heating and cooling systems, and overall condition. When he's finished, he will give you a detailed inspection report that explains his findings. Keep in mind that when you buy a house, you are generally buying it in "as-is" condition (unless specific provisions are added to the contract saying otherwise). For this r ...

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