Should You Accept a Cash Offer On Your Home?
When a buyer makes an offer on a home, they often include a clause stating the offer is contingent upon the approval of a mortgage. If the buyer is ...
Posted by John Quinn on October 24, 2019
Should You Get Seller Financing? What You Need to Know
Seller financing is a relatively unusual option for home buyers, as many home sellers are not willing to extend credit to their buyers. However, the ...
Posted by John Quinn on October 9, 2019
Selling a Home? Know About Home Liens
A homeowner may find that lien on their home can pose difficulties when it is time to sell. A home lien often serves as a signal to lenders that a ...
Posted by John Quinn on July 17, 2019
How Virtual Reality Can Help Sell Your Home
As technology emerged to disrupt the real estate industry, there were many who speculated whether its advancement would be a plus or minus for ...
Posted by John Quinn on July 10, 2019
What to Know Before Renting a Home to a Tenant
Renting out a property is a truly lucrative way to make the most of an investment. Not only does it provide an additional source of income, but it ...
Posted by John Quinn on June 19, 2019
Key Things Sellers Must Disclose When Selling a Home
Seller disclosure requirements vary from state to state, and can be one of the most confusing aspects of a real estate transaction. However, any time ...
Posted by John Quinn on June 13, 2019
4 Purchase Offer Red Flags Home Sellers Should Avoid
When sellers start to entertain offers from prospective home buyers, knowing what to look for is important. Sometimes, buyers make offers that they ...
Posted by John Quinn on April 17, 2019
How to Navigate Your Reverse Mortgage
Reverse mortgages are often referenced in the same way that people talk about refinancing their home. In other words, they're often used as a ...
Posted by John Quinn on March 20, 2019
What You Need to Know About a 1031 Exchange
A 1031 exchange is a way for investors or property owners to sidestep capital gains taxes by purchasing a similar property to that of their last one. ...
Posted by John Quinn on February 20, 2019
Use Drone Technology to Sell Your Home!
A drone is a small air craft, similar to a helicopter, that is flown by remote control by a pilot on the ground. In recent years, drones have been ...
Posted by John Quinn on October 10, 2018
Selling In a Short Sale? What You Need To Know
For a homeowner who is underwater (owing more on the mortgage than what the home is worth) and in financial distress, going into foreclosure is ...
Posted by John Quinn on September 19, 2018
How Customer Service Can Kickstart A Real Estate Career
Whether a real estate agent is having trouble establishing themselves in their field or they're just starting to feel stagnant, they may want to ...
Posted by John Quinn on August 15, 2018
5 Reasons FSBO Could Put a Home Sale at Risk
Selling a home through for sale by owner (FSBO) may seem like a big savings. The truth could be far more complicated. Here are five reasons why FSBO ...
Posted by John Quinn on August 8, 2018
Expert Marketing Tips for the Home Seller
Selling a home may easily be the largest transaction most people will be involved in. While it takes determination and focus to sell a home, most ...
Posted by John Quinn on April 19, 2018
Common Challenges of Selling Raw Land
Raw land refers to natural property that has never been built upon before, and it's just one of the many choices investors have when it comes to real ...
Posted by John Quinn on April 5, 2018
Tips to Sell a Home In A Buyers Market
"Buyer's market" is a term that describes what happens when real estate inventory is high and prices are low. Under these conditions, buyers have ...
Posted by John Quinn on March 15, 2018
Sale of a Vacation Home or Primary Residence: Taxation Considerations
American homeowners may be unaware of the important differences that may apply when selling vacation home or a primary residence. Of course, the IRS ...
Posted by John Quinn on February 22, 2018
What Papers Do You Need to Sell a Home?
Paperwork didn't use to be so complicated 30 years ago, but times have certainly changed. To make sure that every common (and not so common) is ...
Posted by John Quinn on January 18, 2018