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Monthly Archives: January 2021

    Moving UP or DOWN

    By Carla Higgins | January 26, 2021

    Staying at home in 2020 caused of lot of owners to think about how nice it would be to have a larger home to accommodate the additional activities that come along with isolating. Particularly for people with children at home or possibly, the potential of either adult children or parents coming to live with them. … Continue reading Moving UP or DOWN → Read More

    Moving UP or DOWN

    By Carla Higgins | January 26, 2021

    Staying at home in 2020 caused of lot of owners to think about how nice it would be to have a larger home to accommodate the additional activities that come along with isolating. Particularly for people with children at home or possibly, the potential of either adult children or parents coming to live with them. … Continue reading Moving UP or DOWN → Read More

    Rental Home Investments

    By Carla Higgins | January 19, 2021

    Rental homes whether they be single-family detached properties, condos, two, three or four-unit properties share many of the same benefits. Most people instinctively understand many of the working parts because they are the same as their home. They have a basic understanding of value and how to maintain the property. The service providers for a … Continue reading Rental Home Investments → Read More

    Pre-Listing Inspections

    By Carla Higgins | January 12, 2021

    Imagine what happens when there is not a pre-listing inspection. The buyer contracts for the home with a provision for professional home inspection. When it is made, there could be things that the buyer didn’t expect or even, anticipate. If it doesn’t trigger an action to terminate the contract, the buyer will inevitably, ask the … Continue reading Pre-Listing Inspections → Read More

    Would you move if it was to your advantage?

    By Carla Higgins | January 5, 2021

    A much-repeated investment strategy is to buy low and sell high. Some people who purchased around the financial crisis of 2010-2012 are poised to make considerable profits. The median home price in America is now $295,300 up from $155,600 in February 2012 which calculates close to an 8% annual increase. The median equity that homeowners … Continue reading Would you move if it was to your advantage? → Read More

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