An escrow is an arrangement on which a neutral third party holds legal documentation and funds on behalf of a buyer and seller.
You've found the home you want, made an offer and it has been accepted. Now what?
When you're ready to make an offer on a home, anticipation is high. For many, this can be a stressful time. It's important to trust your expert real estate sales associate and rely on your negotiating strategy...
Aside from location, consider: affordability, taxes, commute times, crime rates, culture. Look closely at the community and visit more than once to get a good feel.
Congratulations! At this point, you've officially accepted an offer on your home. Although you're in the final stretch, there are a few more things to mark off your to-do list before your home is officially...
Most home sales require negotiating before an acceptable agreement is reached.
Experienced real estate agents know that pricing a home appropriately from the start is critical to getting it sold quickly, and at the best price.
Packing up and moving all your stuff doesn’t have to be stressful or scary. Just follow these simple rules and you’ll be boxed up in no time.
Pets get stressed, too, so plan ahead for the big day.
Planning is the key to a seamless experience.