So, you want to sell your home. Before we get into it the nitty gritty, know you have to prepare yourself for the process. It will take some time and money, but we want to help you make the most of both! Patience is key throughout entirety of the process, as well as effective communication. Now, let’s jump in! To have your home properly listed, you should follow these three steps: call your realtor, cure defects, add value. 1.CALL YOUR REALTOR Seriously, call us the very moment you consider selling. Though we do love selling homes, know so much good

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What is seller financing? why should it be used? Well, in short, seller financing is simply an agreement in real estate in which the seller of the property acts as the mortgage lender for the buyer instead of a traditional bank or financing institution.  This can be a valuable tool for both the buyer and seller. Especially in tight credit markets where supply is outdoing demand. Usually this means traditional financing, such as a conventional mortgage, FHA, or other loan programs are unavailable to the buyer.  So what is a buyer and seller supposed to do in these situations? Well,

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What are the best types of real estate investments? How do you know what to invest in, or even how to invest? One key to having a successful rental, is having a team of dedicated property managers. Check out the podcast Spotify: http://ow.ly/JoJN50wPQjRApple: http://ow.ly/F1kJ50wPQjUPodbean: http://ow.ly/dcGr50wPQjP Take a look at our award winning sales team at HomeBasicsRealEstate.com!

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Is now the right time to buy a home? Is there going to be another crash? What does all that mean? 2019 in review In real estate in 2019, our area saw some of the highest home values since before the crash in the late 2000’s. This is great news for those who were able to buy at the right time and capitalize on appreciation. But what about those just now looking to buy? Is it still a good time to buy? Well, despite the high prices you might see, historically speaking, interest rates couldn’t be better. Sure, they’ve bounced

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