Blog

Posted

Buyers in the Orlando market will certainly come across single family properties equipped with pools. These are a very common amenity in the Sunshine State because the weather stays so warm for so long. And, while enjoyable for several reasons, a pool isn’t always a welcome feature for some types… Read More

Posted

There’s no arguing the fact some sellers will attempt to conceal certain problems. It’s just a reality. Fortunately, this bad behavior isn’t widespread. But, it does happen and buyers should be well-aware that it’s a possibility. Now, it’s not always nefarious. However, there are certain things to look out… Read More

Posted

A few homebuyer types or certain personalities, just won’t make for a good match. And, home sellers should be well-aware of which to avoid, if it all possible. Selling a house is difficult enough. You don’t need someone on the other end of the transaction who is turns it… Read More

Posted

Home buying myths are all-too common. But, people believe them because they just seem right. On the surface, there’s plenty trepidation to the home buying process. And, this is understandable given how big a move it is in life. Even if you’ve done it before, you still might buy… Read More

Posted

Empty home selling. It’s probably not a topic at the top of your list. But, if you’re selling a property and can’t stay during the marketing process, you’re in for a few surprises. So, you’re making the move to Orlando. And, you have to leave your current house vacant. Read More

Posted

Thinking about buying a bigger home but still quite unsure about making such a move? It’s a conundrum some homeowners inevitably face. They buy a “starter house” knowing there will likely come a time when upsizing is an unmistakable reality. Then, there are homeowners who believe they have enough… Read More

Posted

New construction home inspections might not be at the top of your list, even if you’re in the market to buy. But, a home inspection should actually be one of your most important to-do items. Whether you’re considering a resale, a recently built home, or new construction, it’s just… Read More

Posted

The typical buyer’s home purchase contract heavily favors them. Although, there are some protections for sellers, as well. It’s really more about the buyer, due to the financials. If you’re selling your home, you obviously want to get the biggest ROI possible. And, sell to a buyer who actually qualifies… Read More

Posted

Make no mistake about it, there are several vacation home-buying mistakes you can make. When you purchase any real estate, it should serve as a blessing and not a curse. The trouble is, with a vacation property, people can easily overlook certain issues to justify their acquisition. Basically, there’s… Read More

Posted

A low home appraisal is a real problem for both the buyer and the seller. For the seller, it means they’ve outpriced the market. And, for the buyer it means they’ve simply offered too much. That is, if the low home appraisal amount is actually correct. Although such news is… Read More