Finding the house of your dreams might seem pretty easy. You know what you want and like. You feel like you will know the perfect house when you see it. The minute you find “the one”, it will be love at first sight. It will just feel right, like it was meant to be. Kind of like the notion of finding your soulmate.
Very few real estate agents do tons of business. In any given area, there's always an agent or two who seem to do all of the business. But that doesn't mean that the few agents who do most of the business, are the best agents. Nor does it mean that the agents you don't see doing much business are not the best agents. There's a difference between "top" agents, and "best" agents.
This home located at 17 Westwind Drive in Lemoyne is an absolute stunner. Drop. Dead. Gorgeous. The owners had this home built by custom builder Ralph Iacono in 2003 and didn't miss a single detail in this elegant home. Let's take a closer look.
Home maintenance is important both for your safety and comfort but also to protect the investment you’ve made. Skimping on these costs may lead to the depreciation of your home’s value. Proactive maintenance is essential—without it, your home could lose 10% of its value.
Should you work with a real estate agent who’s your friend or a family member? This is such a common question. And it can be a touchy, awkward subject when you know a real estate agent and are planning to buy or sell a house. Part of you probably wants to ignore the topic. Maybe hire another real estate agent, sell your house, or buy a house, and hope your friend or family member just doesn’t notice or find out. They will. And it will be more awkward if you do that. So, you should address this head on.
We can’t help who we fall in love with, and even more frustratingly, who falls in love with us. It’s simply one of life’s mysteries. And we might not know exactly why we fell in love with real estate, but we probably have our suspicions. Here are six reasons why I fell in love with real estate:
House hunting and spouse hunting are more similar than you might think... Both processes are filled with uncertainty, doubt and emotional upheaval. It's a journey that can force the most centered person to question who they are and what they want in life. One day your hopes might be so high and in your heart you know that this is 'the one'. Then the next day you see unfix-able flaws and realize you have to move on.