Tenant Law: What Your Landlord Can & Can’t Do

Millions of Americans both inside and outside of cities opt to rent their homes instead of buying them. Tenants and landlords consequently have a complicated legal relationship. Regarding the assets that theoretically belong to both parties, they both have exclusive rights. To effectively coexist within the terms of their lease agreement, all parties must be […]

Strong Cash Buyer – What to Look For

Finding the highest offer with the best chance of closing should be the seller’s goal. Even if an offer that comes in close to the asking price could seem fantastic at first glance, it might contain a lot of unneeded conditions and have other issues that could hurt your position as the seller. What if […]

Upgrade Your Home Workspace 7 Ways

As we begin our third year of working from home, that temporary workspace is no longer cutting it. Here are some upgrades you can make to your WFH area to feel more permanent and productive! As we are still in our work-from-home era, it’s time to upgrade our home workspaces to make them more functional, […]

Short Sale Process – Get the Hang of It!

Over the past ten years, a lot has happened in real estate. Even though it might be hard to believe, the mortgage crisis happened more than ten years ago. “Short sale” became a distinguishing phrase shortly after the collapse. Even if you worked in real estate, there’s a strong chance you had never heard of […]

Cash Buyers vs. Traditional Listing

You can take two main routes when selling a home: listing the property or searching for cash buyers. In today’s fast-moving real estate market, sellers will likely have no trouble with either option. However, there are a few factors to consider before deciding which path to follow. Cash buyers have become increasingly common in the […]

Selling an Inherited Property

Dealing with an inherited property or a property in probate can be a difficult and time-consuming process. Because of the many laws associated, an inherited property can take months before the title changes hands. When it finally does, you can be left with a property that hasn’t been updated in years and is in dire […]