We’ll See You At The Closing Table

Our Homesale Realty agents have a vast array of tools and services at their disposal to help their clients achieve their real estate dreams. These tools, coupled with the high standard of excellence our agents uphold on a daily basis, bring more and more satisfied clients to the closing table every year. Our February Market…

New Year New Home: Preparing For Buying

Whew! Now that your home is ready for sale, you can transition into preparing to buy a home. Whether it’s been a few months or a few years since you last purchased a home, we can all use a few reminders on how to prepare. Figuring out your family’s wants and needs is important, but…

New Year New Home: 2018 Home Buying Trends

One of the first things you should understand before selling your home is who you are selling to and what about your home is marketable in today’s real estate market. Zillow surveyed, recorded and analyzed data from people who bought homes in 2018. Here are the highlights of their research.   Who Are the Buyers?…

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…

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.

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…

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…

Choosing the Right Neighborhood

Finding the right neighborhood is just as important as finding the perfect house. Although “location, location, location” usually refers to neighborhood attributes that will hold property value and increase resale, there is no one neighborhood that’s right for every buyer. Choosing the best location for your individual needs can be just as tricky as choosing…

Financing a Home Purchase

Unless you are in a position to pay all cash for your home, you will need to obtain a home loan (mortgage) to complete the purchase. Did you know that 86% of buyers finance their home purchase? We are happy to assist you in this process to help ensure that you obtain the financing that meets…

Hidden Costs That Surprise First Time Homebuyers

You think you’re ready to purchase your first home. You’ve taken careful consideration of mortgage rates, your monthly income, and have definitive budget in place. You’re ready to begin your home search and jump at the chance of making an initial offer once you find your dream home. But as professional realtors and seasoned home…

Understanding HOA

What is an HOA? HOA stands for homeowner association and it is a governing body that is typically formed by a community’s developer during the home sale process. Eventually, when a developer sells enough homes in a given community, they turn the HOA over to the actual homeowners. Homebuyers who are looking for homes in…