When you list your home as “For Sale by Owner”, that means you have opted to sell without an agent. Sellers initially find this option an enticing way to save money in agent commission costs. However, selling a home by yourself comes with significant risks, from legal trouble to marketing issues. So before you decide to list without an agent, consider some of the dangers of FSBO.
Connecticut is the No. 18 growth state in America, according to 2021 transactional data compiled for the annual U-Haul Growth Index.
Here’s a break down of December 2021 market statistics for single-family and condominiums in Connecticut, as well as Middlesex, New London, and New Haven Counties.
An HOA aims to increase property values by maintaining common areas and providing a sense of community. While the annual fees may deter some buyers, we’ve outlined a few reasons why living in a Homeowner’s association is worth it.
As a homebuyer, one of the first things you need to decide is whether or not you want to purchase a home in an urban or suburban area. For example, do you want plenty of yard space for your kids to run around in, or is being close to work and places to dine out more of a priority?
Whether you’re renovating for yourself or a potential home sale in the future, here are a few tips to get you thinking about home improvements to boost the value of your home.
Purchasing a home for the first time can quickly become overwhelming and complicated. We’ve outlined some advice for first time home buyers to follow.
Here’s a break down of November 2021 market statistics for single-family and condominiums in Connecticut, as well as Middlesex, New London, and New Haven Counties.
Do you find yourself strapped for storage space in your garage? Consider installing or renovating an existing backyard shed.
If done correctly, a CMA will factor in key variables and influences to give you a picture of all of the aspects of a home that affect its value. We’ve outlined 5 ways that a CMA can help sell your home.