Monthly Archives: July 2019
An expired listing is when a home is listed with a licensed broker or realtor, usually with a six-month exclusivity agreement, but the home does not sell within that allotted time. At that point the seller is the free to list with another broker if they so desire. Some sellers simply re-list with the same... Read More
Owning should never be sold as a money-MAKER…..the better argument – is that renting is a money-WASTER.
Let’s assume the average American starts renting their first home around the age of 20 years old and lives on average to be 78.69 years old: this implies that the average American renter-for-llife will rent a place for 58.69 years. The best argument made by financial advisors against buying a home is that owning a... Read More
3 BD, 2.1 BA, 1 Car Garage | $512,000 New Exclusive listing in the Hunting Ridge community in Parsippany! Bright, 3 bedroom, 2.1 bath Brittany model townhome features a finished basement, wood-burning fireplace, recessed lights, private deck, and attached 1-car garage. Fantastic location very close to dining, shopping, freeways, and the Park & Ride. Great for commuters! 📲 Not... Read More
Over 10% of all residential homes are purchased by investors, and that number continues to rise. Who are these investors? Many have speculated that the large institutional conglomerates such as Blackstone, American Homes 4 Rent, and Colony Starwood dominate investor purchases. However, a special report on investor home buying by CoreLogic, Don’t Call it a... Read More
Homes priced at the top 25% of the price range for a particular area of the country are considered “premium homes.” In today’s real estate market, there are deals to be had at the higher end! This is great news for homeowners wanting to upgrade from their current house. Much of the demand for housing... Read More
The process of finding a new home can be challenging enough without worrying about having to sell your current home at the same time. Handling both transactions at once is a mountain of paperwork and details to stay on top of, and some people may try to delay selling their property until the new one... Read More