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What Can Happen if You Remodel Without a Permit?

If you’re thinking of renovating your kitchen, expanding the living room, or adding a completely new addition to your home, you’ll need to apply for a permit before any work begins.

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What is an ‘Alienation Clause’ in Real Estate?

If you’re buying or selling a home that still has a mortgage on it, you’ll likely be dealing with what’s known the lending world as an ‘alienation clause’.

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INFOGRAPHIC: 8 Stats on Today’s Millennial Homebuyer

Millennials are not only the largest demographic in the US at over 75 million, they also make up the biggest share of buyers in the country. Here are some stats on the demographic that’s heavily influencing the real estate market.

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How to Get Rid of That Unsightly Popcorn Ceiling

Does your home still have popcorn ceilings that were popular decades ago? If so, it’s probably time for a change. Odds are, you’ve probably already been thinking about getting rid of your popcorn ceilings but just haven’t gotten around to it.

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How Much Does Selling a House Cost?

Many sellers make a profit when they sell their home after factoring in appreciation and any improvements made that add value. But selling is not an expense-free endeavor. It costs money to sell property, and sellers should be aware of the expenses in order to avoid any unpleasant surprises when the deal closes.

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8 Crucial Things Your Real Estate Landing Page Should Have

A real estate landing page can be a powerful tool to help you generate more leads for your business, but how it’s designed makes all the difference. Landing pages are basically any web page that visitors arrive at from another source, such as an advertisement.

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INFOGRAPHIC: N.A.R.’s Existing Home Sales Report For January 2017

While the median sale price of existing homes rose in January from the same time in 2017, the number of sales has dipped. Here are some statistics that have characterized the existing home sales market in January 2018, as compiled by the National Association of Realtors (NAR).

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What’s the Difference Between “Assessed Value” and “Fair Market Value”?

Property values play a key role in the world of real estate. Buyers are always looking to get a deal on a home, while sellers are always seeking the highest price.

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What’s the Difference Between a Loan Estimate and Closing Disclosure?

As a consumer, you want to be able to make informed purchasing decisions, especially when it comes to big-ticket items like a house. That’s exactly why Loan Estimates and Closing Disclosures exist, which essentially help provide buyers with details about their mortgages before they formally commit to them.

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