Category Archives: Buying Real Estate
This fall 2017 is better than ever for buying a home. Here are a few of the many great reasons to consider buying a home today, instead of waiting.
Home-ownership should make you feel safe and secure, and that includes financially. DBL Real Estate has compiled a list of tips for helping you know how much mortgage your budget can handle.
Home prices tend to increase when inventory is low. Attempting to buy a house in this type of market can make the already complex process of purchasing a home even more overwhelming. To help buyers successfully get through the buying … Continue reading →
When purchasing your first home, you will most likely consider several criteria, but have you thought about how easy it will be to sell later? Aspects such as location, features and nearby amenities—the same criteria you will consider—can affect a … Continue reading →
Location is crucial in real estate. Many home buyers start by searching for a suitable area. Here a few tips to help you find a neighborhood that feels like home.
Properly preparing for any move — no matter if it is big or small — is essential for a successful, low(er) stress moving experience. Figuring out everything in and outside your home that you want to bring along — and … Continue reading →
Many buyers in today’s market forego fixer-uppers for move-in ready homes, resulting in significant opportunities being abound in prime locations while homes that need work linger on the markets. Savvy consumers in competitive markets tend to gravitate toward these homes … Continue reading →
Ugly paint colors? Treadmill in the kitchen? Creepy family portraits in every room? Don’t let it bug you. As a seller, they are not required to get their home in its best condition before showing term — let alone cleaning … Continue reading →
While you can’t see into the future, you can still make an informed decision when it comes to buying or selling your home. Buying or selling a home at the best time is more difficult that it may sound. Many … Continue reading →
The home-buying experience usually portrayed in advertising generally seems to focus on couples and families. While this used to be the norm that many women and men would wait for marriage before buying a home, today more singles than ever … Continue reading →