The Mortgage Bankers Association announced in late February that housing is poised for stronger growth in 2015. Yet mortgage interest rates remain low. Should you lock in a rate now or see what happens?
There are two kinds of homebuyers: those for whom the sales price is the main consideration, and those who are mostly concerned with what it will cost them per month. If you’ve already bought a house, there isn’t anything you can do about the sales price. But there may be ways to lower what you shell out monthly.
Maintaining a clean and orderly home can seem like an impossible endeavor. Crumbs litter kitchen floors. Baby food and crayons stain clothes. Sticky little hands smudge windows. If you’re a busy mom who feels like she can’t keep up with her household chores, get some extra help with the following automatic self-cleaning solutions.
It’s a terrible feeling to have a mortgage loan denied. Most people are going to feel frustrated, but there are things that you can do change your circumstances.
Your housing market may be heating up, tempting you to sell your home. But you may not be quite ready to let it go, or, when you run the numbers, you may not be able to sell it for as much of a profit as you may want. Have you considered leasing your home instead?
Let’s face it; social media is a great place to be in 2015. Whether you’re a business owner or a real estate agent, social media has a place for you. But here’s the catch — social media is only effective if you’re doing it right, all the time. Here are the best social media sites that you can utilize when it comes to selling your listings:
According to Frank Lesh, former president of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI), even new homes have defects that only a professional can detect.
Every backyard space should have a plan for integrating a comfortable shaded area, for our pets, our children, certain plants, our company and for ourselves! Here are 22 ideas to create the perfect amount of shade needed in your backyard:
Our board dealt with a contentious issue recently. When it came time to vote, one of the directors pulled out a proxy from an absent director authorizing her to vote on his behalf. Is that proper?
Last week a California appellate court weighed in on one of the significant issues regarding commission-sharing arrangements between agents. The decision (Sanowicz v. Bacal, Second Appellate District, Feb. 26, 2015) will affect both agents and brokers who find themselves involved with disputes about commission-sharing arrangements between agents.