There are many reasons why it may be time to sell your home. You may need more space to make room for a growing family or you need to downsize after your kids leave the nest. Whatever your motivations, you want to make sure that you’re timing it right. If you sell when home prices
Back to Buyer's Guide You’ve signed on the dotted line and are now officially a homeowner – and the last thing to do is move in. Check out these tips to make your move easier: Get organized. Moving day is exciting, but planning the move can be time-consuming (and maybe
Back to Seller's Guide Closing costs are part of every real estate transaction. When you’re selling a duplex, triplex, fourplex or single-family home, you’ll be responsible for paying for some – or all – the closing costs associated with your transaction. What Are Closing Costs in a Real Estate Transaction?
Back to Seller's Guide Your buyer will likely hire a home inspector before finalizing the purchase, but you should have a pre-listing home inspection of your own to ensure the sale proceeds smoothly and quickly. Although it is optional, a pre-sale home inspection can help you uncover any unknown issues
Back to Seller's Guide Sellers' market conditions persist in cities across the country, as inventory continues to fall short of demand. Under these kinds of conditions, sellers typically enjoy competing offers from buyers. But that doesn't mean sellers should skimp on staging. By staging your house, whether it's a duplex,
Back to Seller's Guide There are two ways to think about remodeling projects that will boost the resale value on your home, duplex, triplex or fourplex: You can get one or two major remodels done or opt for a bunch of small fixes. Depending on your budget and your timetable,