From Our September 2018 Newsletter:
Preparing Your Home For A Disaster
 
When it comes to our homes, as homeowners we can never be too prepared for the unexpected. But, for many of us, we have yet to even anticipate the unexpected. When it comes to a disaster, is your home or your family ready for action at a moment’s notice? Find five disaster management strategies listed below to help you be prepared should disaster strike.
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From Our August 2018 Newsletter:
Landscaping Tips That Can Help Your Home Sell

For some properties, landscaping can make or break a deal. Unless you’re selling a real fixer-upper, your home’s yard is an important part of the real estate equation. If you’re looking to put your home on the market, or you’ve already listed and you haven’t had a lot of interest, use these quick and easy landscaping tips to help your property stand out from all the others.More info.

 

Real Estate Advisor: July 2018
From Our From Our July 2018 Newsletter:
When Your Home Doesn’t Sell

When you list your home you hope for a quick, successful sale. For many real estate markets throughout the U.S., newly listed homes can be snatched up in the blink of an eye (for some cities, properties can sell within a day or less). While we all would love a quick sale when we list, the reality for some sellers is that their homes may sit on the market much longer than others. If you’ve listed your home and it’s not seeing any interest or offers, read on to find out some of the reasons a home doesn’t sell.More info here.

 

From Our June 2018 Newsletter:
Key Questions for Owners Thinking of Selling


For many cities throughout the U.S. real estate markets, today undeniably favor sellers. With those markets that are particularly competitive, it can be very tempting to list your home even when you haven't made a concrete decision to sell. Taking the plunge and listing can be an exhilarating decision, but doing so without asking yourself some important questions could leave you scrambling to figure out what you're going to do should your home be a highly sought-after property.More info here.

intranet.remax-mississippi.com/ActionPlans/Plan/3602/#">May 2018 Newsletter:
Top Seller Procrastinations
 
For some, the decision to sell a home is almost automatic, with no hesitation: job change, seller’s market, need more room or need to downsize, etc. For others, there could be a number of reasons why a property owner might hesitate, or procrastinate, to sell. If you’ve thought about selling, but just can’t bring yourself to do it, you could have fallen victim to some of the most common top seller procrastinations listed below.. More info here.

 

From Our April 2018 Newsletter:
Common Buyer Pitfalls to Avoid

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Finding a home can be a long process for both first-time and seasoned home buyers. While it may seem like a dating game, with many different suitors before finding ‘the one,’ some people can get distracted by individual properties, preventing them from realizing they’ve found their perfect home. If you’re on the hunt for your first or even fourth home, heed the advice below and avoid these common buyer pitfalls. More info.


From Our March 2018 Newsletter:
What To Know When Looking At Active Adult Communities
Real Estate Advisor: March 2018 
For many Americans, retirement age is fast approaching or already here: Retirement can present a lot of opportunities, especially when it comes to relaxation, activities, and the enjoyment of life with those of a similar age. More and more Americans are looking to 55+ communities to fulfill those wants and needs. 55+ communities, also known as an active adult or age-restricted communities, are becoming more and more popular throughout the U.S. with what they offer and can provide. Traditionally thought to be only in warmer climates, active adult communities can be found in almost every state, and with more and more people retiring, new communities are being added every year.More info.

 

From Our February 2018 Newsletter:
Questions to Ask When Buying New Construction

Buying a new home is exciting. Buying a brand new home can be even more so with the realization of being the first owner and possibly being able to choose your own layout and finishes. The prospect of owning new construction is definitely exciting, but it doesn’t come without its own set of questions. If you’re in the market for a new home, and considering new construction, make note of the questions below when you begin your property search.

From Our January 2018 Newsletter:
Common Mortgage Myths

For most Americans, being able to buy a home or property with cash is not a reality. Because of this, banks and other lenders offer mortgage loans to those that qualify. A mortgage loan isn't a bad thing - for millions of Americans, it's a way for them to have their own home. As with any popular subject, there are some common myths surrounding mortgage loans. While not every buyer will need a mortgage loan, it's important to discern the myths from the facts when it comes to mortgages in the United States..More info.


From Our December 2017 Newsletter:
HOA Basics


If you're looking to purchase a property in a neighborhood, community or building with shared common areas (like a pool, clubhouse, parking garage, etc.) or even a security gate, it's likely the community or neighborhood is maintained by a homeowners association, also known as a HOA. When you move into a community maintained by a HOA, you are obligated to join the association and are responsible for any monthly, annual, or special HOA fees that come along with the association. But what is a homeowners association, and what can a HOA do for your community?

 

November 2017 Newsletter:

What Not to Compromise on When Buying

Buying a home can be a laborious task, especially when all the little details are considered. If the search is taking forever, or multiple offers fell through, it can be very tempting to compromise on certain wants and needs in order to finally secure a new property. While some items are definitely worth compromising on, other items are not. Below are some important items that buyers should hesitate on when it comes to compromise.9http://ww00000000w.hetrick.remax-mississippi.com/remaxms/index.asp?p=text&id=12624&ptid=8078707">More info.

 

 

From Our October 2016 Newsletter:
The Best Times of Year for Real Estate


For many in the United States it seems as though real estate season starts in the spring and ends just as the kids head back to school in the early fall. While many home and property sales take place in the spring and summer, the reality of the real estate market in the United States is that it's all about timing. Whether you're a buyer or a seller of a home or property, there are optimal times throughout the year, but for the most part, the real estate market and when it's 'hot' depends on where you're located and the time of year or season. More info.

 

 

From Our September 2017 Newsletter:
Buying a Home with a Non-Spouse

When multiple people participate in a home purchase, they may not be married. They might be in a legal domestic partnership, committed relationship, common law marriage, or even strictly business partners. When it comes to buying a home with someone you're not married to, there are things to take into consideration before making the very big decision of buying the home..

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From Our May 2016 Newsletter:
Taxes and Your Home or Property


With the U.S. tax season still so fresh in our minds, as homeowners we are reminded of all the taxes we pay on our properties. But what exactly are property taxes? Are there any tax breaks for homeowners? Below you will find useful tax information that may help you should you own a property or plan on buying one this year. More info here.


From Our March 2017 Newsletter:
Home Emergency Preparedness
Real Estate Advisor: April 2016 
Many of us in the U.S. might be conscious of natural disasters happening, but we might not realize that they can happen to us. Depending on where you live in the U.S., the risk of a natural disaster occurring is fairly slim. Whether it's a flood, blizzard, wildfire, tornado, tsunami, hurricane or earthquake, owning a home or property (or even being a renter) should prompt you to have an emergency preparedness plan, first aid kit and survival kit readily available in your home or vehicle in case of a natural disaster or unforeseen emergency.More info.


 disadvantages to income properties. If you've been toying with the idea of investing in another property, consider some of the points below before making your final decision. More info.