When Purchasing A High-Rise Condo, Every Detail Matters

Posted on: 15 October 2021
The location of the property, its facilities, and parking access are all important factors to consider with the purchase of a condo in a high rise. However, the assessment should not stop there. There are other factors that are equally, if not more, important that should be researched before signing your name on a purchase agreement.  Density The density of a building is somewhat a reference to its occupancy. Not just in terms of how many units have been purchased, but instead, how many units in total are in the building, in comparison to its size.
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Why You Need To Find A Home Selling Agent Even During A Seller's Market Like The COVID Pandemic

Posted on: 27 September 2021
As the COVID-19 pandemic has continued, the housing market has continued to see a sharp increase in home valuations. It's a seller's market right now, and that might have you feeling pretty good if you are about to test your luck with your own house. But even if you expect a ton of immediate offers within days of listing your house, it's still likely a good idea to hire some professional help.
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Keys To Successfully Selling Luxury Homes In Any Market

Posted on: 2 September 2021
A luxury home is a type of high-end property that typically has a premium price tag. Selling one of these homes gives you the chance to earn a substantial profit. Just make sure you consider a couple of tips for a smoother and more enjoyable selling experience. Have a Realistic Expectation on Home's Sitting Potential One thing you will probably be interested in when selling a luxury home is how long this property will sit on the market.
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Looking For Your First Single-Family Home? Tips To Ensure A Better Homeownership Experience

Posted on: 26 August 2021
With so many designs to choose from and a median home sale price now well into the six-figure range, it is more important than ever for prospective homebuyers to select the right single-family home for both their ownership needs and buying situation. In addition to looking for a home that fits their buying budget and basic space and style needs, prospective buyers may also want to use some of the following advice to help ensure a better homeownership experience.
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