buyers act fast: Getting Ready to Buy a Home? Embrace These Healthy Home Buying Habits - 09/26/22 11:24 AM

If you want to buy a home, you need to be able to responsibly save and manage your finances, and that comes down to having the right habits.
So what, exactly, are the “right” habits if you’re trying to buy a home?
A recent video from outlined the habits you’ll want to adopt if you’re planning on buying a home in the near future, including:
Set up weekly deposits. As mentioned, the quicker you save up for your down payment, the quicker you’ll be able to buy your home. If you want to speed up the process, set up a separate account for your down … (1 comments)

buyers act fast: If Your Buyer Makes Home Inspection Requests, You Might Not Want to Say No Right Now - 09/26/22 11:09 AM

It’s an industry joke that some buyers request the seller to repair even the most minor issue found on a home inspection, like a leaky faucet for example. But over the past couple of years, most sellers could list their house and it would quickly sell for over asking price — and buyers would often waive the home inspection — so sellers wouldn’t have to worry about that at all. Even if the buyers did have an inspection, sellers could easily reply with a firm no, and the buyers would be fine with it.
So if you’re about to put your house … (2 comments)

buyers act fast: Don’t Give Up on Buying a Home if You’re a Millennial Renter - 09/26/22 10:58 AM

Almost 25% of Millennials (ages 26-41) claim they plan on renting forever according to this Apartment List article. That’s nearly double the amount since they started their ongoing survey of 31,000 Millennials in 2018.
In the grand scheme of things, 1 in 4 Millennials swearing off homeownership forever isn’t earth-shattering news. To put things in perspective, the highest rate of homeownership ever was 80% in North Dakota back in 1900. But generally speaking, the homeownership rate has hovered in the 65% range nationally for almost 5 decades. Some people will always be renters; homeownership isn’t for everyone.
There are four main reasons they give for not buying:
They … (1 comments)

buyers act fast: Good News if You’re Buying a House Wave Goodbye to Waiving a Home Inspection - 09/16/22 12:45 PM

Over the last couple of years, buyers have had to do everything they possibly could to compete. It wasn’t just about price; they also had to come in with as “clean” an offer as possible, which often meant waiving fairly standard contingencies.
In case the term isn’t something you use in day to day life, a contingency is a clause in the contract that is in place to protect the buyer. The most common ones are:
Mortgage contingency: If the buyer’s mortgage isn’t approved, they can back out of the contract. Appraisal contingency: If the house doesn’t appraise for as much as the buyer … (3 comments)

buyers act fast: Covered Parking - Pros and Cons - 11/27/20 03:50 PM
Having a covered area where you can park your car at home isn't just an advantage when it's raining. The coverage can provide protection from the sun, birds, dirt, and tree sap. It's a handy feature that potential buyers and tenants should appreciate. 
Benefits of covered parking in homes or apartments
Covered stopping is helpful for some reasons. To start with, it prevents intense weather, for example, typhoons, twisters, hail, and even substantial downpours from making any harm to your vehicle. 
Second, covered parking for the most part permits people to wait longer in between car washes — especially during the spring and summer.

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