When the time nears to sell your Buffalo home, one extra bit of due diligence can pay off in the most meaningful way: helping you to get the best return on your investment. It’s not a requirement that every listing agent may suggest, but particularly if yours is an older […]
It’s a good idea to start working on improving your credit score several months before applying for a big loan, whether you’re buying a house, refinancing or buying a car. Boosting your score could help you qualify for a lower loan rate as well as save you thousands of dollars […]
Real Estate Investment is a Business Being a successful Real Estate investor in WNY (or anywhere for that matter) takes a lot of hard work. You cannot achieve it by just showing up, with little money or effort. Potential WNY investors call all the time from around the country. They […]
Getting pre-approved for a mortgage So you’ve decided to buy a place of your own. Congratulations! It’s one of the most important decisions you’ll make in your lifetime. But before you start your search, there’s an important step you should take – get pre-approved. A pre-approval indicates that […]
Dangers of being a For Sale By Owner!!!! Several years ago, while working in Celebration Florida Real Estate Market I had a conversation with an owner of a For Sale By Owner recently that shocked me. Now I seem to have it at an increasing rate. Often, they don’t want […]
What is Buying a Listing? Buying Listings is a term used by many Realtors® when they see overpriced listings on the market. “Oh that Realtor® bought that listing… There are Realtors® out there that will take an overpriced listing to just put their sign in the lawn and give them […]
Is your Electrical Panel Safe? One of the most common red flags in in home inspection in WNY is the house has a Federal Pacific Electrical Panel. If you are thinking of selling your home you may want to have an Licensed Electrician take a look at your panel and […]
Hello Albany — we have a problem! This is something that is not new, but it is getting a little ridiculous. I am talking about Property Managers in New York State. In the past few weeks I have come across a Property Manager that tried to tell my home seller […]
Great advice for home sellers! Great advice about listing after Superbowl Sunday! Nothing traditionally happens until after the Superbowl. When you do place your home on the market, remember pricing is the most important thing! Try to get on the market 10-15% below the current competition on the market. Get […]
Buffalo Suburban Communities Amherst (Including Williamsville/Snyder) Amherst is a town in Erie County, New York, U.S., directly northeast of the City of Buffalo. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 116,510. This represents an increase from the 1990 census figure of 111,711. The town is […]
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Between record low interest rates and price reductions, many homeowners are asking themselves if now is a good time to move up. Buying under today’s conditions can mean getting more home for less money. You’ll pay a smaller amount of interest over time and can snag that dream home for […]
Everyone knows that trees add beauty and value to your property. A large, well-kept tree can bring enjoyment to many generations. But that same tree can be a liability if not properly tended to. How do you make sure you are doing all you can to protect yourself and your […]
Guess what we are not in a Buyer’s Market any longer. Like other areas across the country we are seeing homes selling in a matter of days with multiple offers. If you were thinking you were going to wait until the market hit bottom before you purchase a home — you waited too long. Today home buyers are finding that there is less inventory than last year and more buyers motivated by some of the lowest interest rates we have seen in years.
With it being so competitive how can you get your offer accepted when there are multiple offers involved?