When you're in the market to purchase a home, you will inevitably be faced with the question, “do we go old or new?”
While each structural type has its own unique pros and cons, ultimately the decision comes down to personal preference. That said, we still think it's prudent to peruse both types of dwelling before settling on a final bid.
Most new homes today are read more
Whether you're buying your first home or moving into something bigger, it's easy to assume that the home seller and real estate agent will be upfront and forthcoming with all the information you may need to make an informed decision.. But when it comes to a purchase of this size, you should never leave things up to chance.
Buyers may be afraid to ask for more than the listing info, but you can sa read more
Older homes are coveted for their enviable character but when buying an older home, you're buying the history that comes long with it – good and bad. Though older homes were built to last, time is almost never kind and a (sometimes) solid foundation can mask issues that will make or break a sale.
Should you stay or should you walk away? While most problems can be solved with some simple, or not read more