More and more, I’ve had clients and friends approach me with questions about what happens in the course of divorce regarding the real estate involved. Unfortunately, the sobering divorce statistics support how often I am posed with these questions. That is what led me to start the “Divorce and Real Estate: An Unfortunate Combination” blog… Continue reading Divorce and Real Estate: An Unfortunate Combination – Part 3
Homeowners that are looking for a new place to live or are relocating to another city will have to think about selling their current home first. There are a number of steps to getting your house on the market and into the hands of a buyer, and price is one of the most important elements… Continue reading Pricing Your Home to Sell
As I discussed in my previous blog Divorce and Real Estate : An Unfortunate Combination, it is critical for divorcing couples to engage a realtor from the outset. Engaging with an agent who has assisted several couples previously through this process is just as, if not more, important to reaching a resolution. Often the agent assumes… Continue reading Divorce and Real Estate: An Unfortunate Combination – Part 2
Thinking about renting? Then here is what you need to know: Step 1: Find a Realtor! This is your first and most important step. Engaging with an experienced and knowledgeable real estate agent can make what is often and onerous process into a smooth one. Step 2: Wait until its time. Most landlords will not… Continue reading Thinking About Renting?
Selling a home can be a harrowing experience even for married couples who consider their marriage to be a stable one. However, while a marriage may dissolve of its own accord, any property involved often requires skilled and experienced professionals to assist the family members in the equitable distribution of the estate. Particularly, the primary… Continue reading Divorce and Real Estate : An Unfortunate Combination
Coming home to find your house has been broken into is a frightening experience. Most likely you’ll run through a range of emotions including fear, anger and shock before you begin to process what happened and think about what you should do. Here are some tips to follow if you should ever find yourself in… Continue reading So Someone Broke into your Home…
Like most of us, criminals truly love the holiday season. But they love this time of year not for spiritual or sentimental reasons. The holiday season is open season as far as criminals are concerned. It’s a time of grand opportunity to steal. Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, thefts, burglaries and property crimes greatly… Continue reading Criminals Love Christmas Too
If you are thinking about selling your home, you should know that there is no better time to sell than right now. There are several reasons why selling now might work out better for you than waiting. First, interest rates on home loans are low right now. They won’t get much lower and could start… Continue reading 3 Reasons to Sell Your Home Right Now