Increasing the curb appeal of your house is an easy and inexpensive way to make your house look better and boost its value.
California has the highest number of bankruptcy filings in the US! If you’re in a position where you also have to make this painful decision, you may be wondering how it’ll affect your ability to obtain a house loan or buy a house.
Finding your dream home can be easy but getting the sellers to settle for your offer can be an ordeal. Here’s what you need to know about home appraisals:
The most frequently asked question we get from clients is, “How much do you think my house is worth?“
A lot of people in the United States have been hit hard due to the pandemic and the mandatory stay-at-home regulations. A lot of these people are struggling with a shaky financial situation and mortgage payments.
The first thing you need to do before you put up your home for sale on the market or submit an application to refinance the property is getting it appraised.
Appraisals are necessary when buying and selling homes but there are other times when appraisal can be required or help save you money:
With the COVID-19 virus still posing a significant threat to people everywhere, it’s essential that we still take precautions wherever possible. This applies to home appraisals as well!
Selling your house is a big deal! After all, you’re parting with the one place you’ve loved more than anywhere else for years.
Your home’s value plays an important factor in mortgage refinancing. Here’s how an appraisals work can help you get a higher value on your house: