22 Jun Castle Rock Real Estate Tips
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- Looking for a New Place? Use This Time to Create Your WishlistNow that many of us have spent several weeks living inside, we've become quite familiar with our homes - in some cases, maybe too familiar. If you were planning to move before COVID-19, and still plan to do so when the timing is right, ... read more
- 5 Ways to Make Your Home Office Work (Even if It’s Your Kitchen)With social distancing mandates in effect across much of the country, many people working in industries deemed "non-essential" are doing their work from home. And while the constant stream of COVID-19 news, in addition to caretaking or homeschooling responsibilities, can make it hard to stay focused on work, modifying your ... read more
- Selling? Increase Your Home’s “Screen Appeal”If you were counting on crowded open houses (or any open houses, for that matter) to sell your home, you've probably been rethinking your strategy. Nearly the entire country is following public health orders to stay at home through April or May, traditionally the prime selling season. As a result, ... read more
- Does Your Home Make You Happy?With the majority of Americans following stay-at-home orders to prevent the spread of coronavirus, our homes are now working overtime to fulfill the roles of offices, classrooms, gyms and community centers - and it's easy to feel dispirited after occupying the same space day in, day out. But all hope ... read more
- 5 Tips for Moving During COVID-19Amid travel bans, widespread stay-at-home orders and social-distancing mandates, millions of Americans are learning to adapt to the changes brought about by COVID-19. Countless events have been rescheduled or cancelled, but for a few people - including those who already made plans to move this spring - staying put is ... read more
- Say What? Home-Buying Lingo You Should KnowDTI, PMI, LTV … TBH, it can be hard to keep all this stuff straight. This lexicon of real estate terms and acronyms will help you speak the language like a pro. Appraisal management company (AMC): An institution operated independently of a lender that, once notified by a lender, orders ... read more
- 8 Budget-Friendly Staycation Ideas for FamiliesDisneyland, the beach, camping … just a few of the many places your kids would nominate as a vacation destination this summer. But staying home? B-O-R-I-N-G. So how do you sell a staycation to your little ones? And not spend a ton of money? Fill it with fun and adventure. ... read more
- Buyer, Beware: Is Your Future House Haunted?We've all heard home-buying horror stories. Sellers backing out or financing falling through can quickly kill a deal. But these snags don't hold a candle to buying a "stigmatized" home. A home where paranormal activity, suicide, murder, cult activity or other misfortunes and crimes took place could be categorized as ... read more
- Investment Property: How Much Can You Write Off on Your Taxes?There are certain things you can do as a real estate investor to help manage your tax bill and maximize your after-tax return on investment. To do so, however, you need to understand the primary ways in which investment real estate portfolios get taxed. You must also have a general ... read more
- Is a Dual Agency Relationship Risky?Buyers and sellers sometimes have the option of entering into a dual agency relationship with their real estate agent. Although this is not necessarily a problem, you should be aware of exactly what a dual real estate agency means and the restrictions it can place on your agent. What is ... read more
- 3 Reasons to Live in a New Home Before RenovatingIn today's market, many buyers forego fixer-uppers for move-in ready homes. As a result, significant opportunities abound in prime locations as homes that need work linger on the market. In competitive markets, savvy consumers gravitate toward these homes that nobody else wants. Why? They can customize the home to their requirements ... read more
- Predicting the ‘Right Time’ to Buy or Sell a HomeBuying or selling a home at the right time is tougher than it sounds. People usually take these actions because of a life event or financial issues, and the economy and real estate forecasts tend to be secondary considerations. Yet both buyers and sellers often pose the question, "When is ... read more
- Is Buying a Historic Home Right for You?Some home buyers want new, modern and move-in ready. Others prefer older homes, with character and charm they can't find in new construction. If you’re interested in historic homes, take these factors into consideration as you shop. Historic neighborhoods often impose restrictions Many towns throughout the U.S. have zoning and planning commissions that, ... read more
- How to Move Cross-Country: See How These Renters Made It WorkWhen former New Yorkers Erica Warren and Cici Harrison drove across the country and settled in the Pacific Northwest, they had a list of criteria for their new rental. They’d need a parking space, a home office so Erica could work remotely and, of course, a yard so they could ... read more
- How to Make the Most of 500 Square Feet: See How This City Renter Did ItWhen Lola Simmons and boyfriend Garrett Moore began looking for an apartment in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood, they were hoping to spend around $1,400 on monthly rent. So when the pair found their dream spot for just over $1,000 a month in Seattle's infamously difficult rental market, they knew they'd ... read more
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