This month’s newsletter features articles on:
Tax credit and Flood Insurance Bills Extended
There’s some good news for homebuyers who ratified their real estate contracts by April 30, 2010, but who were unable to close before the original June 30 tax credit deadline: Eligible homebuyers with properties closing anytime up to September 30, 2010 are now allowed the benefit of the homebuyer’s tax credit, worth up to $8,000.
Reduce, Reuse, Renovate
You may not have purchased a green home, but every time you undertake a remodeling project, you have the opportunity to make your living environment more environmentally friendly. Here are some tips for turning your next renovation into a more eco-friendly one.
Naturally, homeowners want to net a good price for their property. But, also important, most homeowners want to sell to buyers they like. To get in sellers’ good graces, do the following.
The Trouble With Clutter
Often invisible to homeowners, clutter can be a deal breaker for buyers. To understand why it’s so important to rid your home of clutter before it goes on the market, it helps to know its effects on buyers.
Home Inspection Myths
A home inspection is a vital part of the home buying and selling process. Unfortunately, there are many misconceptions about inspections and inspectors, including the following.