Ease the burden of selling a home by learning more about preparing your home for sale, choosing a realtor, setting the listing price, and paying selling costs. more »
Is buying a bank owned property a good investment? Whether you are new home buyer or a real estate investor you have come to the right place to learn more about buying bank owned. There are both pitfalls and benefits to buying bank owned. Reap the benefits of bank owned properties by getting the facts before making an offer. Also discover why it may be in your interest to make an offer before foreclosure is finalized. more »
What’s the difference between REO properties and foreclosure? Both are bank owned properties, right? Understand the differences, and the similarities, between these two types of bank owned properties and decide if buying a REO or foreclosed property is right for you. more »
What’s the difference between market value and appraised value and how does this affect the buying and selling of property? Market value is what someone will pay for your home, and appraised value is what the bank thinks your home is worth.
Many factors can determine the value of a home: location, neighborhood, amenities, condition, and size. Find out how to improve the appraised value of your home and why this value is important for resale. But, if you’re lucky enough to have someone fall in love with your home, the market value is limitless. more »