Real Estate

Prepare For Additional Expenses When Looking At Lakefront Homes For Sale

Buying a home alongside a lake can allow you to enjoy the beautiful view and being close to the water which can make the property cooler year-round. While living on the water can come with several benefits that you can enjoy, there can also be some additional expenses that you should be aware of to feel more comfortable with the purchase. Keep an Eye on the Property Taxes When calculating the cost of the home, it's important to consider more than just the mortgage and the utilities that you can expect after moving in. Read More 

3 Reasons To Use Drone Videography In Real Estate

If you own a real estate brokerage, you are sure to want access to all of the tools available to make it easier to get your listings sold. In this day and age, using drone videography is becoming increasingly popular with real estate agents. When it comes to an online listing, photographs are important, but aerial videography of a property captured by a drone can make a big difference. No matter what type of property you specialize in selling, it is in your best interest to develop a relationship with a real estate videographer who uses drones. Read More 

4 Tips To Buying New Construction Homes

Buying new construction homes may seem complicated and even slightly intimidating for the uninitiated, but it is not that different from buying a pre-owned home.  1. Don't look at models without your real estate agent. The salespeople that work in a builder's model home are typically licensed real estate agents. If you walk in without an agent of your own, the builder may not let you work with an outside agent. Read More 

Three Reasons To Buy A Luxury Home In A Gated Community

Shopping for a luxury home can be an overwhelming and exhilarating experience. As you look through listings of luxury homes for sale, you will find homes in all kinds of high-end areas. Some of these homes are located far away from any other homes or buildings. Others are built within luxury gated communities. While both of these location options have their merits, choosing to live within a gated community can give homeowners access to luxurious lifestyle upgrades that just aren't available anywhere else. Read More 

Policies That Can Make Housing For Nurses More Comfortable

What makes a home comfortable for a traveling nurse doesn't seem that different from what might make housing comfortable for anyone. However, certain aspects of housing become even more important when traveling nurses and other medical professionals live there because of their varying shifts and need to sleep at odd hours. While many nurses and doctors have very traditional daytime shifts, many do not, and those shifts can change suddenly. If you manage housing for traveling nurses, ensure that these three policies are in place to help tenants get the sleep they need when they need it. Read More