Even if you have a handyman on speed dial, having a basic set of tools in your home is always a good idea. Take stock of your current tools. If you just purchased your first home or don’t consider yourself very handy, you may find you don’t have sufficient tools to start with. It can… [Continue Reading]
As I begin a buyer relationship, one of the first things I ask my buyer for is a letter of pre-approval from a reputable lender. This is important for several reasons. You’ll know exactly how much money you can qualify to borrow. You might think you have a pretty good idea as to how much… [Continue Reading]
It’s time to put your home on the market. There are several low-cost improvements you can do.
One Month Before Contact a moving company and tell them the dates you plan to move. Set up a date for an agent to come over and survey your goods. Unless you’re given a binding estimate, the cost can vary, depending on the actual weight of items and any extra services. Decide if you are… [Continue Reading]