- How to Buy Your First Place Even If You’ve Been Living in Your Parents’ Basement
- For Buyers: 5 Dos and Don’ts on Property Tours
- 3 Things You Can’t Forget to Do on Your Final Walk-Through
- Compromising on Location for Domestic Harmony
- Got Lousy Credit? 10 Places Where It Won’t Stop You from Buying a Home
Category Archives: Prescott Arizona Real Estate
If you’ve been living at home or even renting for an extended period of time, and are ready to take the leap and buy a home, let’s talk! I’m an Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®), and I would love to … Continue reading
Even if you’re touring your dream home, it’s not yours quite yet. There are certain actions that you should and shouldn’t take. Don’t worry, your buyer’s agent can be your guide throughout.
It’s almost time to say “Congratulations!” but there is one more step, the final walk-through. Check out why you shouldn’t leave it until the last possible second, and what you need to check off your list while you’re there.
Compromise is the key to any successful relationship. Buying a home can sometimes be stressful, which is why it’s important that you and your partner are on the same page!
If your credit is not where you’d like it to be, the good news is that you can still buy a home. Take a look at some of these locations, where you can buy a house on both ends of … Continue reading
It’s easy to get caught up in the moment when you’re excited about a house. However, you should make a list of important questions to ask so that you don’t miss any important details.
As a homeowner, it may feel like there’s never enough time to finish all of the projects around the house. If sprucing up your patio is on the list, then here are some ways that you can start and finish … Continue reading
I’m sure you’ve been told that your credit score is a major factor when you’re trying to buy a home, but do you know how to raise it? This list is a great place to start, and then let me … Continue reading
In today’s age of technology, it’s expected that homebuyers are doing at least some research online. But before you start attending open houses, you should take a look at this checklist. If you have any questions, please let me know. … Continue reading