1. What is real estate?

    Knowing how real estate works Real estate defined in law is an “immovable object” with a legal description that defines its space and place in our geography. A Registered Land Surveyor is a person with specialized knowledge on measuring and documenting land parcels according to the law.  As the United States has grown, most every […]

  2. Should I own a home?

    Should I own a home? We are fortunate because the dream of someday owning a home is a reality in our country. Home owner­ship is a solid symbol of our free enterprise system and is one of our greatest rights as U.S. citizens. It offers some income tax advantages and is often viewed as a […]

  3. When is the right time to buy or sell?

    If you have influence over timing your real estate move, the following suggestions can help you make the most of it. Timing can impact you both positively and negatively. There are many variables that will affect the timing of your purchase or sale. Place each of your considerations into one of the two categories: market […]

  4. What does real estate agency really mean?

    Real estate agency is a concept in the law It is the relationship between a principal and an agent. In real estate, a transaction begins between a real estate broker(the agent) and a principal (the seller or buyer). A principal can be a buyer or a seller, but most transactions begin with a home seller […]

  5. What is it like to be a real estate agent?

    Understanding the real estate agent working environment Your success with your real estate experience is in direct proportion to what you know about real estate. This short primer will help you better understand the agent and their playing field. Here are some facts to help shape your perspective. The more you know, the better your […]

  6. How do I choose a home builder?

    Before You Begin Your Builder Search Just as with buying or selling an existing home, building a new home can be a complicated process. Fortunately, there are steps one can take to avoid costly problems and unsatisfactory results. At the same time you can provide more input to achieve the outcome you want. First, as […]