Who doesn’t want to sell their home for more money?
Homeowners are always looking for ways to increase their home value and when it comes time to sell, to get the most for their home. While markets shift between buyers and sellers regularly, there are some ways to ensure that your home sells for more.
Follow these tips to sell your home for more money. Continue reading “3 Ways to Sell Your Home for More Money”
It’s like selling a car. You have choices. You can FSBO it or you can take it to a dealer. It’s common knowledge that you’ll get more for the car if you sell it yourself, though.
It’s also a hassle to DIY a car sale. Those who want to avoid having to clean and repair the car, be available for showings and test drives, haggling over price and dealing with all the paperwork choose the dealer option.
Basically, that is what iBuyers are – the dealerships of the real estate world. Just dump your current home and turn your attention to the new one.
That’s a bit simplistic, but you get the general idea.
Continue reading “Are iBuyers Competition?”
As technology continues
to evolve and become vital to our daily lives, it only makes sense to consider
how it can make things easier for you on an everyday basis. And there is
perhaps no better place to incorporate “smart” technology than your home. With
today’s smart devices, you can do things like automatically controlling the
temperature of your home, the brightness of the lights in your space and when
they turn on and off, and even when your slow cooker should begin to cook
dinner. Let’s take a look at how you can make your home smart and reap the
benefits the technology has to offer!
Continue reading “Transform Your Home into a Smart Home”
It has been a pretty long tradition now to have a different rate for electricity depending on time of day.
I think that part of that penalizes a lot of people though, since the most expensive period is when people come back home from work (the greater majority at least.) A time when people play on their computers, watch TV, run their laundry…
Continue reading “SMUD 2019 Summer Rates (June 1 to Sept 30)”
The legislature passed a new law specifying that a $75 tax must be charged to people who want to have a lien released. This law came into effect on January 1st, 2018 and some people have been charged these $75 to remove a lien, whatever the type of lien. Continue reading “Did you pay a $75 tax to clear non-Real Estate liens in 2018?”
The summer season is when most of the wildlife comes out and there is still a lot of it in the Sacramento area, especially in the outskirt and along the river since we saved a pretty large natural area around the river exactly for that purpose (and also to provide space in case of large water flow in an attempt to avoid or at least reduce river floods which would happen every few years before we had the Folsom Dam and the Natoma Lake Dam.) Continue reading “The Wildlife in the Summer Season in Sacramento, California”
When investors look into wholesaling a house, they generally already have interested buyers and go in the transaction knowing that they will be able to pretty much immediately flip the house.
If you are a beginner, you want to pay attention to the costs of such a transaction. If you handle everything yourself, then you avoid the commission costs to any agent, which means you can nearly see your income as the difference between your purchase and sale price. However, either way, there are fees.
Continue reading “Investors who want to wholesale a house, beware of the agent’s commission!”