The Majesty of Real Estate

3 Tips For Buying A Home In Your 20s

You don't have to wait until you hit your 30s and 40s to purchase a home. You can get out of the rental cycle, and start building up your investments and wealth, by purchasing a home in your 20s. If you know you want to purchase a home in your 20s, there are some steps you are going to need to take to make that happen. Tip #1: Work to Build a Solid Credit Score Read More 

3 Ways To Get Ample Storage When Buying A Condo

When you compare buying a condo to a single-family home, you can probably expect that the condo will not come with as much storage space. However, if you prioritize a condo unit with a lot of storage solutions, you will still be able to find options that will work for you. While the storage may not be as apparent as in a single-family home, you can take the time to learn about some of the ways to get valuable storage to help with purchasing a condo. Read More 

How Can A Real Estate Agent Help You Rent An Apartment?

Most people assume that if they want to buy a home, they should contact a real estate agent. If they want to rent a home, they should browse ads themselves. This is not untrue. Thousands upon thousands of people rent apartments on their own each year. However, you certainly can call up a real estate agent and ask them to help you find a rental. And in many cases, doing so is a very good idea! Read More 

5 Extras You Should Always Negotiate With Your New Home Builder

Most new home builders stand by their price. If you are a savvy real estate agent on your team, however, you can negotiate extras in your contract instead. While these items do not cost the builder much, they may save you money, time, or frustration later.  1. HOA Dues: When you are building a home in a new subdivision or master-planned community, you will have monthly HOA (home owner's association) dues. Ask the builder to pay for a year of association dues for you, upfront, at the closing. Read More 

Recommendations When You Are Shopping For A House With A Pool

The process to buy a home is an exciting one, but when you factor in the ability to own your home with a pool just outside your back door, it can open all kinds of opportunities and enjoyment for you and your family. But before you go out and choose a home with just any pool, make sure you do some due diligence or "homework" on the property before making the final purchase decision. Read More