During these pandemic times, most house hunters won’t physically tour your home until just before they buy. They’ll do their initial research online, checking out dozens of options.
Finding and buying a new home is an exciting, memorable experience.
Actually moving in, however? That can be a bit more stressful.
The challenges presented by a move only increase if you’re downsizing. This requires additional planning, especially if you’ve decided to change addresses during the current pandemic.
First-time homebuyers might wonder: How hard can it really be? Find a house, make an offer, negotiate, buy.
A pandemic is certainly an unprecedented event, and one that is affecting all aspects of life. However, many people still have a need to buy or sell their homes. Now, more than ever before, enlisting the services of a licensed REALTOR® is of utmost importance
During the Coronavirus pandemic, many big home improvement projects have been postponed, with some people actually needing to put a halt to jobs being handled by contractors.