Why Use A Realtor® To Sell

Realtors® are members of a national association and must adhere to a strict code of ethics that helps protect your interests. And since real estate is local, you’re going to want someone on your side who knows the intimate details of the local market, has access to the most up-to-date information and knows how to navigate our ever-changing world of laws and regulations.

5 Things You Should Know About Real Estate Disclosures

NOTICE TO BUYER AND SELLER: This disclosure statement is designed to assist Seller in disclosing to a buyer all known materials or adverse facts relating to the physical condition of the property that are not readily observable.

¿Qué es Foreclosure?

Foreclosure no es más que la anulación, en su contra, de una hipoteca. Cuando usted compró su casa, seguramente adquirió un préstamo y el prestamista, a su vez, aseguró sus intereses en la propiedad. En caso de que usted no pueda pagar su hipoteca, esto le dará al prestamista todo el derecho de tomar acción sobre su propiedad y quedarse con las ganancias que se obtengan de ella para cubrir su inversión.

How Homeowners Insurance Works?

Virtually all mortgage lenders require insurance coverage to protect their investment. If the house you live in is destroyed, the real owners – and in most cases, that’s the bank – would suffer a huge monetary loss.

How to Pet-Proof Your Home

“They eat down there so they won’t scratch the new kitchen cabinets when they are excited and jumping up to see their food being prepared,” says Morgan. “We keep their food in the downstairs refrigerator and warm it in their own microwave. The Keurig is for making hot water to rehydrate or warm meals.”

Inspections & Disclosures

A home inspection will help to inform you about the current condition of the property. An objective inspection provides a buyer with a clearer understanding of the home’s condition and true value. It may also give sellers a checklist of things important to buyers to fix before the sale.