Posts Tagged ‘Information for Buyers’

Student Loan Debt and The Effect On Housing

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

Student loan debt is becoming an increasing problem in our culture. While students seek to better themselves with a college education, the increasing cost of a college education continues to require a need to lean on student loan debt. But this student loan debt is creating an obvious financial burden that is making it difficult […]

Architectural Styles Part 3 – A Buyer’s Guide

Monday, October 27th, 2014

 Architectural Styles Part 3 – A Buyer’s Guide As the last post in this series, take some time to get to know the rest of the architectural styles of residential homes. If you’re looking for more details on what one of these is, or want to find a home with a specific style, give us a […]

Architectural Design Part 2 – A Buyer’s Guide

Friday, October 24th, 2014

Yesterday, we spent some time reviewing some of the Architecural designs typical in residential real estate. This is to help with those descriptions real estate agents will give on a home that include the architectural design. So, we want to make sure you know what they are so you know what you’re looking at. Today, […]

Architectural Design Part 1 – A Buyer’s Guide

Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

When you read a description of a home, you often hear words like “cape cod”, “bungalow”, and “art deco”. What in the world are these? It’s the architectural design of a home, or the “style” of the home. Rather than make you guess, we wanted to describe some of these architectural design styles so you […]

Find a Home: Read This Before You Even Start Looking

Tuesday, September 16th, 2014

Sometimes, it seems like it would be easy to find a home. At other times, it seems like a monumental task. Whatever the case maybe at this point, it is a good idea to just think through what it will take to find a home. So, read below to discover what it takes to find […]

Buyer’s Consultation Questions Answered

Monday, August 18th, 2014

Buyer consultations are often a mis-understood part of real estate. So is the relationship of a buyer’s agent to a buyer. So, to clarify a few things, we’re taking the time to answer some questions in a Q & A format. Buyer’s consultations; what are they? Simply put, Buyer’s consultations are a chance for the buyer […]

Real Estate Search – Where do you Begin?

Monday, August 4th, 2014

Where does one begin their real estate search? The answer to that question is easier to answer than you’d think! Real Estate Search: Where to Begin As a real estate agent, it’d be easy to say, just start with us. But that’s not realistic is it? You’re not likely to go to a real estate […]

Realtor Fees – Why So Much?

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

Have you ever wondered, when looking at your realtor fees, why we make so much? Let’s be honest, it certainly is a lot of money when you think about the amount. But you may be surprised by what really happens with the realtor fees. We wanted to explain in a short blog about how realtor fees really […]

Renting vs. Buying: What’s Better

Friday, July 25th, 2014

The question of renting vs. buying is always a tough question to answer. Is it better to put yourself in a position where the money you are paying actually ends up adding value to another person’s bank account, or do you buy and have the risk of expensive house repairs? There are a number of […]

First Time Home Buyer Programs

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014

First time home buyer programs help offset the cost of buying a new home. Sometimes, they are significant and can quickly help you buy your first home. First Time Home Buyer Programs Did you know that the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority offers help in a number of different ways? In order to qualify […]