3 Reasons your Home isn’t Selling

A home languishing on the real estate market is one of life’s more frustrating ordeals. Especially if you’ve owned the home for some time, there’s that emotional attachment that tells you, “Hey, this is an incredible house. It should sell really fast!” If you’re under contract on another home or if you need to relocate there is also the need…

Prevent home repairs by breaking these 5 bad habits

“Deferred maintenance.” It’s a term that real estate professionals hear frequently. It describes a home that has been neglected and raises red flags concerning its condition. Putting off routine home maintenance can not only lead to big, ugly, expensive problems down the line, it causes a significant loss of your home’s value when it comes time to sell. Let’s take…

An important thing about your new home that your real estate agent is forbidden to tell you

“What’s the crime rate in this area?” It’s a common question and we understand completely why homebuyers want the answer. Unfortunately, real estate professionals are forbidden from answering it. So, when your question is met with silence, or you’re directed to the local police station or a website or two, please don’t think we’re brushing you off. The Fair Housing…

Back-to-School: Are you Ready?

Back to pencils, back to books . . . we are getting closer to the day our students head back to class. This means it’s time to start gearing up for the fall routine ― the back-to-school shopping for clothes and school supplies, getting used to a new sleeping schedule and trying to get a handle on those transportation issues….

3 benefits of buying a newly-constructed home

Look at three or four resale homes during your house hunt and you’ll start getting the feeling that, should you purchase one of them, you will be buying someone else’s poor design ideas, lousy home maintenance and lack of cleanliness. Yuck. It’s for this reason that many homebuyers choose a newly constructed home instead. Yes, they typically sell for more…

National housing values fall fastest since 2012

Perth is leading a national downturn, with residential property values across Australia falling by the heftiest rate since 2012. The CoreLogic Hedonic Home Value Index, released on 1 August, shows dwelling values across Australia slipped 0.6% in July to 1.6% lower over the past 12 months – the largest annual fall in five years. In Perth, house values dropped 0.8%…


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