At the start of a new year, we always wonder what’s ahead for the housing market. It’s impossible to know for certain but a few housing experts have shared what they expect to see in 2020. Though inventory is expected to remain right, interest rates should stay low throughout the year and appreciation, while less than recent years, will continue.
When you are selling your current Houston home and buying a new one, there is a lot that goes into the process. You sill start by listing your home, marketing your home and finding a buyer for your home. Once you find a buyer for your home, you will then know exactly when you have to move out of your home. What happens if you haven’t found a new home to buy yet or you can’t close on the new home in time to move everything out of your old home?
Now that you are getting older, are you thinking about moving to a small condo closer to family. As a Seniors Real Estate Specialist, I can assist you with your move by providing you specialized knowledge, tools and resources necessary to make your move a smooth one. My training has helped prepare me to work with senior adults as they transition through different types of real estate. I am not just to help you sell your home and fine a new place to live but to make the entire process easier with tips and advice that will help your transition go smoothly. The following are things I will do to help you.
If you have decided to list your home during the fall season, there are many things you will want to do to make sure you home is ready for its first open house. Fall can be a really cozy time of year and little touches that make those coming to the open house feel at home will make a big difference. Appealing to a variety of senses is a great way to way to catch the attention of those that attend the open house.
When someone passes away, it is necessary to file paperwork on behalf of their estate before you begin the process of disposing of their remaining assets. This can be a difficult process depending on what all is involved in the estate as well as what preparations the deceased individual made prior to their passing.