Saving up for your Reno down payment is easier than you think. Determine how much you need to save and when you want to buy a new Reno home. Track your expenses. Cut costs where possible. Then, create a budget and stick to it. You’ll be a new homeowner before you know it!
Be prepared for your Reno open house by following my “to do” list. Pay particular attention to the cleanliness, clutter, valuables, lighting, staging, your curb appeal, pets, and even yourself.
Purchasing a home brings stress to even the most stable loving couples. Here, you’ll find some of the most common disagreements Reno home buyers have while looking for the perfect property…and some helpful resolutions for each.
Buyer demand continues to drive inventory down and prices up, according to the January 2018 Reno-Sparks Market Report. The new tax bill may encourage nearby residents of California’s Bay Area to seek homes in the Reno area, forcing demand and prices up even more this year.
If you’ve decided that 2018 is the year to sell your Reno home, you shouldn’t hesitate. Put it on the market now. Huge buyer demand has driven up prices. Interest rates are low. Buyers want to become homeowners. If you wait, it might cost you.
The Reno-Sparks Market Report – 2017 Year in Review is in. While the new tax bill may not affect the mortgage interest deduction for most Reno-Sparks homeowners, it could force our neighbors in the higher priced (and heavily taxed) Bay Area of California to leave and buy a property here instead. That could put an […]
In the first decade of the 21st century, Nevada as a whole ranked #1 for the fastest-growing state in the US. However, when the economy took a downturn (after 2008), so did the state’s economy. Washoe County went from positive migration into the area in 2008 to negative numbers from 2009 to 2011. Since 2012, […]
Earlier this year, Livability.com ranked Reno one of its top two best places to retire in the US. As our kids get older and leave the nest, our thoughts tend to turn towards simplifying our lives a little bit. Of course, you don’t have to be at retirement age to start thinking about downsizing in […]
When selling your Reno home, you are legally required to fill out a Seller’s Real Property Disclosure Form. On this form, you will be asked about the known condition of your property. This includes issues that may have occurred before you owned the property. Disclosure requirements vary from state to state. What do you need to […]
When marketing to Reno home buyers, don’t forget to pay special attention to the first-time homebuyer and millennial crowd. Also, make sure your marketing is mobile-friendly.