When shopping for a home to purchase, many clients ask us if they should buy a new construction home or one that is pre-existing? We tell our clients that it depends on many factors.
Putting уоur house оn thе market саn be a stressful рrосеѕѕ, but it dоеѕ not hаvе tо bе. Mаnу couples dо nоt knоw how muсh thеir hоmе is worth оr what needs updating to get it sold fast. If you hаvе little knоwlеdgе about selling homes or home staging, уоu may hаvе a difficult timе selling уоur hоuѕе.
Constructing a home is not an easy job. It might take a team of architects and constructors at least 4-5 months to construct a standard house.
Not everyone has the luxury of building a LEED "Green" home as the cost may be prohibitive. If you already own your home, retrofitting (i.e. adding solar panels, tank less water heaters) is always an option. This allows homeowners to upgrade their home with any energy saving features they want and can afford and do so over time.
Your dream home is probably one of the biggest investments that you will make in your lifetime. Apart from its monetary value, a home carries abundant emotional significance for the owner who makes millions of memories within the soothing confines of those four walls that he/she can call his/her own.
‘#Green’ living can be touted as one of the hottest trends in the real estate market today. Not only does an eco-friendly home save energy costs, but also provides you the opportunity to do your part in sustaining the natural resources and conserving the environment as a whole.
After the U.S. elections, it’s time to ask the next big question – what will happen to the U.S. economy? It’s hard to tell what the new year might hold for the economy but as far as real estate is concerned, here are five trends that could make an impact in 2017.