Some buyers pay cash for their homes. It doesn’t happen in our area as much as the Silicon Valley, but it still happens enough to talk about it. Some buyers pay cash and never intend to get a loan on the property. But other... Read More »
If there is a leased solar system on a home that you are considering buying, there are several things you should consider.
Ask for a copy of the lease paperwork and the current homeowner’s utility bills. You should compare... Read More »
Recently I told you about how an appraisal is “done.” I explained that when the appraiser visits your home, that is just the inspection, not the actual appraisal itself. So does this mean that it doesn’t matter how your... Read More »
I’ve always told my clients that the closing date is a “target date” because things can sometimes come up at the last minute that can delay the closing a day, or a week, or sometimes even longer. It seems like it’s RARE... Read More »
One of my relatives was an auto mechanic before he retired, and he said he went from turning wrenches to having to deal with computer control systems in cars all day. Homes may be headed that way due the plethora of home automation... Read More »