In West Hollywood, CA home sales dropped nationally from November to December as listings became even more scarce.View More
In West Hollywood, CA home sales dropped nationally from November to December as listings became even more scarce. More homes are coming on the market in January, butView More
Whether you’re looking to buy or refinance, check out this info that can help you compare today's California mortgage rates. For January 17, 2022, we found a good offer for you from a lender: California Refinance Rates at 1.88% FIXED (1.97% APR) (lendgo.com)
The terms are often used interchangeably, but they aren't exactly the same
Planning to buy or sell a home? There's a good chance you'll work with a real estate agent, broker, or Realtor. Though all of these real estate pros are licensed to help you buy, sell, or rent a home, they are distinct from one another, especially when it comes to their qualifications and which rung of the professional ladder they occupy.View More
Before making an offer on a house, you want to be absolutely sure that it’s “the one.” But with so many options out there, how do you find your perfect match?
Finding the right home involves research, so you’ll need to ask the right questions. That way you know you’re making a competitive offer on a home that you can afford — and meets your long-term needs.
To weed out the duds from the diamonds, here are 15 questions to ask when buying a house.
It can be hard to shop for a home without knowing how much you can afford. Mortgage pre-approval lets you shop smarter and make stronger offers. Let’s look at what it means to get pre-approved and how to get started.View More
You really ought to do your best to keep your emergency fund intact when you buy a home. This is true even if you have to pay for mortgage insurance. Many first-time home buyers use all of their savings when they close the deal. After all, buying a house is an expensive process. There’s the down payment, legal fees, real estate fees, etc, etc.View More
I must break you,” Ivan Drago told Rocky Balboa in “Rocky IV." (Spoiler: He didn't.) It’s the exact sentiment you may feel while staring at your dream home, thinking about its sellers, and pondering what to do when negotiation talks go cold.
Now you might not be able to break hard-headed sellers, but you can probably warm them up enough to at least bend a bit. We asked accomplished experts what home buyers can do when a real estate Cold War sets in.View More