When you are buying a house, there are many things to consider and in many cases you will want certain things to happen before you decide to move forward with buying a house. Situations like these are the benefits of a contingency. A contingency allows you to delay an action until something else happens. With home buying, there are many cases where this might be a helpful.
When you are selling a home, many buyers are looking for a perfect home that they can move right in without having to make many updates. What we are really talking about isn’t homes that need minor changes but homes with flaws that will almost certainly need to be corrected by the new owner. If you are trying to sell a less than perfect home, how do you appeal to buyers that are looking for that kind of property?
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.
This Houston home’s setting exudes New Orleans charm with a covered front porch and graceful second floor balcony providing beautiful spaces for you to relax and entertain. The home provides 5 bedrooms, 3 full baths and 1 half bath and sits on a large cul-de-sac lot with a huge side yard and three-car garage.
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?