Advice for Buying or Building an Accessible Home
While looking for an accessible home might be a formidable task, it’s important to find a house that will fit your or your family’s needs. Finding a home with specific accessible modifications such as entrance-way ramps or lowered countertops can be challenging, but building from scratch or finding a home that can be renovated to suit your requirements are truly great alternatives.
5 Things to Do Before Deciding Whether to Rent or Sell Your Home
Taking these steps can inform your decision: Check out local home prices, research potential rental costs, complete maintenance and repairs, interview property managers, and review COVID-19 cleaning tips
New Year, New Website - 2020
At the beginning of 2020, we launched our brand new website (YAY!) A lot has changed over the years and we felt it was important to modernize our user experience, streamline the signup/login process, simplify processes, and make our entire platform more robust
A Happy New Start: Downsizing Advice for Single Parents
Things are rarely easy for a single parent. Raising and providing for kids when you're doing it all without a partner often creates a financial, emotional, and logistical strain that takes a toll. When the strain becomes too much, you need to take action on behalf of your kids and yourself.
Is your real estate agent working in your best interest?
1 out of 2 people polled by the Consumer Federation of America believed real estate agents are required to work in the best interest of the buyer or seller they represent. There are several reasons why they may not be.
Sell my home fisbo / fsbo (For sale by owner)
Selling your home FISBO/FSBO is easy with NoMoreAgent.com.
How to get yourself on the MLS
Getting your home on the MLS by yourself is easy! It's not free, and by law you can't do it completely alone, but with the help of a limited-service agent, you'll be listed in no time.