In the debate between buying a brand new home and a fixer-upper, each side has its proponents. If you're leaning toward the latter, there are some pretty significant benefits worth considering.
Buying an older home can offer huge savings compared to new construction, but chances are you're going to have to do a little work to make your house really feel like your dream home. Here's what you need to know about buying a fixer-upper.
When you're searching for your first home, the process can seem overwhelming. The thrill of finding the right place and making an offer. The anxiety of the home inspection process. The stress of waiting to see if your loan goes through. These emotions and other factors may result in you paying more for your home than you should.
Our REALTORS® believe that buying a home is a big part of the American dream but you shouldn't pay more than your dream is worth. Our advice to you: Don't Overpay for Your First home. We offer these important tips to help you avoid the overpayment dilemma.
If you're an artist or an avid collector, Michigan is a great place to pursue your passion. With fabulous fairs and festivals throughout the year, it's an art lover's paradise. If you plan to tour Milford Township homes for sale, you'll have an opportunity to check out Michigan's newest art presentation, the Kensington Art Fair. You can join residents and visitors in celebrating the second year of this wonderful juried art event.
Our REALTORS® believe the Kensington Art Show fits perfectly into the Michigan art show tradition. Not only will you adore the artist and artisan created items, you'll also enjoy the Kensington Metroparks location. Here's some information to help you plan your visit.
It's difficult enough negotiating a home sale without adding controversy over my stuff/your stuff. While you know ahead of time that you plan to remove your vintage chandelier and double-door refrigerator, the person falling in love with your home isn't considering what it will look like without those features.
A University of Pennsylvania study, "Emotions in Real Estate Negotiations, " concluded that there's often an emotional component to home sale negotiations. The process of sorting out what goes and what stays can be one of the emotional triggers. When it occurs, it can slow down the negotiation process.
Our REALTORS® understand that possessions can complicate your negotiations, but there are ways to avoid it. Here are a few ideas to consider before you butt heads with a buyer over the things you refuse to leave behind.