Posts Tagged ‘bal harbour’

6 Tips to Position Yourself as an Ideal Renter

Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

 6 Tips to Position Yourself as an Ideal Renter By: Patricia-Anne Tom   Searching for rental housing can be stressful in a competitive market. Multiple prospective tenants turn up for the same showings. Properties available one day are gone the next.   If you prepare, you can take steps to sway a potential landlord your […]

How to Decorate for the Holidays When Selling Your Home

Thursday, December 11th, 2014

How to Decorate for the Holidays When Selling Your Home By: Angela Colley Although the holiday season can be a hectic time for showing and selling your home, there is a major advantage to staging and showing your home at this time of year: You have a chance to show your home at its very […]

Market Your House for Maximum Exposure

Tuesday, December 9th, 2014

Market Your House for Maximum Exposure By: Realtor.com Team Once you’ve made the commitment to sell your home, chosen a REALTOR® to represent you, and established a list price, it’s time to work with your REALTOR® to market your property so it sells as quickly as possible. Your REALTOR® should share a marketing plan with […]

The Many Benefits of a Seniors Real Estate Specialist®

Thursday, December 4th, 2014

The Many Benefits of a Seniors Real Estate Specialist® By: Chrystal Caruthers Older Americans can recall a time when gas stations provided full service, with window washers and gas attendants to pump your fuel.   They recall a time of service with a smile—and you don’t find much of that in today’s mobile-dominated environment, where […]

8 Benefits of Buying a House at Year’s End

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014

8 Benefits of Buying a House at Year’s End By: Anne Miller Summer may be real estate’s busy season, but winter offers great opportunities for buying a house, especially for renters looking to become homeowners, growing families trading up to larger houses and baby boomers seeking homes to fit their evolving lifestyles. Generally speaking, your […]

Kitchen Organization Prep Steps for Turkey Day

Tuesday, November 25th, 2014

Kitchen Organization Prep Steps for Turkey Day By: Home Advisor With Thanksgiving fast approaching, you’ll want to prep your kitchen for the work ahead. Don’t wait until the day before to get everything cleaned and organized. Here are some tips from HomeAdvisor to make sure your kitchen’s ready for the big day: Clean, Clean, Clean! […]

What Is a Recourse Loan?

Thursday, November 20th, 2014

What Is a Recourse Loan? By: Michele Lerner If you’ve taken out a mortgage and are paying it back on time and in full, you probably will never pay attention to whether your home loan is a “non-recourse” or a “recourse” loan. However, these terms become crucial if you’re having difficulty making payments and face […]

Crowded House? How to Make Your Holiday Guests Comfy

Tuesday, November 18th, 2014

Crowded House? How to Make Your Holiday Guests Comfy By: Anne Miller There’s nothing like the holidays to bring people closer … and closer and closer, until the cousins are practically on top of each other sleeping on the living room floor. But welcoming holiday guests into your home doesn’t mean dodging sleeping bags as […]

Negotiate a Real Estate Offer

Thursday, November 13th, 2014

Negotiate a Real Estate Offer By: Realtor.com Team Home sellers who have chosen the right REALTOR®, prepared their home for sale and priced it right are strongly positioned for a smooth real estate transaction, but perhaps the most complex moment in the sales process comes when you get an offer for your home. Whether you […]

Are You Ready to Buy a Home?

Tuesday, November 11th, 2014

Are You Ready to Buy a Home? By: Michele Lerner While it may be acceptable to snap up a pair of shoes on an impulse, buying a home requires thoughtful planning and decision-making. Whether you’re becoming a homeowner for the first time or you’re a repeat buyer, buying a home is a financial and emotional […]