Instead of letting your heart tell you where to call home, leave it up to your head.
Real estate site Zillow recently issued a list of what it considers the most important criteria prospective buyers should consider when looking for a home. They are practical guidelines that, in most cases, can help buyers get a dream home that also turns out to be a good financial investment.
Some home value estimates cost money to obtain, so they’re better saved for when you’re looking to sell or refinance your mortgage.
Whether you’re planning on selling or staying put, it’s good practice to keep tabs on your real estate investment, and there are a few commonly used approaches that can help you gauge your property’s current market value.
Here’s how you can get the best price possible!
It takes a savvy home seller to negotiate top dollar for their home. That’s why GOBankingRates talked to the experts and compiled the 25 best tips on how to add value to your home before you put it on the market so you can get the best price possible.
Knowing how to sell a house isn’t as simple as sticking a “For Sale” sign on your lawn.
Consider this your crash course in how to sell a house.
Don’t forget to hide this!
When getting ready to sell your house, there’s a lot to worry about—home staging, repairs, keeping rooms tidy for home tours, and more. But there’s also one important thing that many sellers forget to do: hide their prescription drugs.
Getting the right information can help make the process more manageable.
Whether you’re buying or selling a home, dealing in real estate can be a nerve-wracking experience, especially for a novice or first-timer. Fortunately, getting the right information can help make the process more manageable. Find out how you can buy and sell a house like a pro.
What can you do if your dream house isn’t on sale.
This home-buying strategy isn't just possible, but often preferable if you're purchasing property in a competitive market.
What happens if you sell your house for more than you owe on your loan?
Sometimes, even if a home's sales price is higher than the mortgage amount owed, a seller may not see a dime—or may even owe money at the closing table instead! Here's how to figure out if you're going to make or lose money when you sell your house.