If you've decided you're ready to buy your first home, you've probably gotten tons of unsolicited advice regarding what you should and shouldn't do. Take it from the real estate professionals - there are a lot of things you should and shouldn't do before buying your first home, but let's take a look at the top 5.
What is an earnest money deposit? How does an EMD differ from a down payment? Where does an earnest money deposit go and why is it important?
Our Market Ready Guide provides strategic advice and useful tips to get top dollar for your house when the time comes to sell.
February is National Time Management Month, Spiritual Wellness Month, and National Senior Independence Month. Each week, we'll be giving you tips and tricks for time management, how to better your spiritual wellness, and what senior independence means, as well as a Potomac, MD market update heading into the Spring Market. Read on for tips you can implement today to better your time management skills, especially in the home selling process.
During the sale of your home, you will probably come face to face with an ugly truth - there are certain parts of your house (design and structure-wise) that buyers might not like. It's hard to hear, but read on to learn some of the major aspects of your home that buyers will be looking for and what they really don't care to see (or smell)!
Escrow. In the buying and selling process, you'll come across this word on multiple occasions. What is escrow? What does it mean, and how does it relate to the real estate transaction? Read on to find out more.
If you've had the pleasure of hearing one of Eric Stewart's seminars or reading his Rightsizing Guide, you know that he is knowledgeable in the downsizing process. Read on to learn about these 3 easy steps you can take TODAY to start the downsizing and de-cluttering process!
Thank you to our clients for the last year - 2017 was one of our greatest, and we can't wait to see what 2018 brings. Our listing agents are here to help you sell your home with confidence and our buyers agents are here to assist in all of your home buying needs. Keep us in mind in 2018.
Washington, DC, is a filled with history. Behind the monuments, behind the congressional appeals, and behind the signed Bills, there’s a wealth of history in the architectural style of every home in and around the city. In this brief overview, we'll educate on classifications of homes in the DC area.