The Eric Stewart Group Blog
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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?
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)!
Our Market Ready Guide provides strategic advice and useful tips to get top dollar for your house when the time comes to sell.
One of the questions frequently asked when buying a home is “do I really need to have a survey done?” Join Helen Dankos from RGS Title Group as she explains why a land survey is important to you.
Have you thought about buying a property with or for a son, daughter, friend, or other family member that's not your spouse? Do you know the ramifications that it could have on your wallet and your credit? Watch as Eric discusses what this could mean for you.
Buying a home is an exciting and emotional time for many people. To help you buy your home with more confidence, make sure you get owner's title insurance. Sage Title Group has put together information on why it's so important.
We had a home for which we got a fantastic price. In fact, compared to the comps in the neighborhood it sold for $75-$80 thousand above the other listings! Our clients absolutely loved us. We sold the house in 8 days, and the location and the condition definitely warranted the demand and the interest. We have a system at the Eric Stewart Group.
There was an incident these last couple of weeks that we’d like to bring to the attention of our readers involving cyber security. Here's a cautionary tale where, even though you do everything right, sometimes you're still at risk.