Understanding the Real Estate Market with Homesale

The real estate market is always changing and it’s important to understand who is dominating the current buyers market when you are selling your home. The trending demographics can influence your list price and your method of marketing. Our August Market & Tech Stat breaks down some key traits of the home buyers from 2017,…

Budgeting Tips

Whether you are looking to upgrade to a better apartment, buy a house, do renovations or start saving early for retirement, budgeting can help with each of these goals. The idea of budgeting may be intimidating so here are a few tips to get you started. Make Your Own Chart There are a lot of…

Top Features of Homes Purchased

While there are a lot of different features buyers look for when searching for their next home, some are more prominent than others. To help put it all in perspective, we’ve rounded up the 6 features topping the list. If you’re curious about what else you should be considering in your home search, contact one…

10 Things to Avoid When Buying a Home

Is there any feeling quite like the one you have when you purchase a home? It’s a pivotal moment filled with excitement and anticipation, however, there’s also a lot of responsibility that comes with this type of purchase. To help ensure your transaction will play out smoothly and successfully, we’ve listed out a few things…

Top Locations Northeast Buyers Purchase Homes

Most home buyers have a general idea of where they want to purchase their home, whether it be in the suburbs, the city, or elsewhere. However, making that final decision on the best location for your family can be tricky, that’s why our agents are here to help! Contact one of our Homesale Realty agents today.

Why Buyers Purchase a New Home

There can be many reasons as to why buyers decide to purchase a new home. If you’re thinking of taking that big step, you’re bound to have questions! ! Contact one of our Homesale Realty agents today, and they’d be happy to assist you.

First Time Home Buyers

There are a wide variety of reasons people purchase their first home. Whether it’s due to moving to a better area, finding a larger home, or simply the desire to own, all these factors play a role in the home buying process. It’s a big decision, and our agents are here to help! Contact one…

We Know About It First

As one of the largest companies in the areas we serve, we have a higher listing inventory than most.  This allows our REALTORS® to know when properties are hitting the market before agents in other companies.  We also know the details on listings that are coming soon, before others do, which gives our buyers a…

First-timers should look for the best ways to save when buying a home

There are plenty of ways for first-time shoppers to lock in a great deal on the starter home of their dreams. However, they may not know about them due to the fact that they’re relatively inexperienced when it comes to shopping for a property, in addition to the conditions that currently exist in the housing…

Don’t Let Student Loans Stop You from Buying a Home

Having substantial student loan debt can be a strong deterrent for millennials from achieving important milestones in life such as purchasing a first home. Fortunately with responsible planning and budgeting it doesn’t have to be one or the other. Follow these tips so you can have your degree and buy a home too. Learn how…

Five Tips for First Time Homebuyers

Ready to purchase your first home? Though the process may seem overwhelming, knowing where to start is half the battle. Follow these five tips to help ease your stress and prepare for a smooth home buying experience. Clean Up Your Credit Score Having good credit is one of the most important factors when qualifying for…

The surprising benefit that comes with higher home costs

Homebuyers in today’s market definitely face some shifting conditions. The improving economy is bringing mortgage rates up from some of the lowest levels ever observed in the housing market, and more buyers are creating increased competition for a limited inventory, driving prices up as well. However, declining affordability might, in some ways, may actually be…