By: HouseLogic Sign that paperwork. Write those checks. Get those keys! The closing. It all comes down to this. The grand finale. Once you have the keys, the house is yours. (Cue: Air horn sound!) Nice work getting this far. You’re almost a homeowner! Let’s run through some questions you may have as you cross the […]
By: HouseLogic These 10 money- and time-saving steps can help you craft a winning bid. Ah, the offer! Know Your Limits | Learn to Speak “Contract” | Set Your Price | Figure Out Your Down Payment | Make an Earnest Money Deposit | Review Contingency Plans | Read the Fine Print | Make a Date to Settle | Write a Fan Letter to the Seller | Brace Yourself for a Counteroffer Cinematically speaking, this […]
By: Shirley Martin, Tidy Life Today Whether you have inherited a property or you have some extra money and are thinking of investing in one, many people are faced at some point with the possibility of going into the rental market. A rental property can be an excellent financial asset, but it is important to […]
By: Lisa Kaplan Gordon The secret? It’s all about the lighting. Here’s how to get it right. Well that was a total waste. That Robin’s Egg Blue you picked for your entryway now looks like the color of that (really cheap) beach hotel room back in your spring break days. Kind of makes you feel […]
Our goal at Nona Title is to help Realtors transform their idea of a relationship with a title company into smooth and efficient partnership with us. A successful partnership with Nona Title includes excellent communication during the transaction process, attention to detail, a stress free closing experience for everyone, guidance every step of the way […]
REALTORS® aren’t just agents. They’re professional members of the National Association of REALTORS® and subscribe to its strict code of ethics. This is the REALTOR® difference for home buyers: 1️⃣ Ethical treatment. Every REALTOR® must adhere to a strict code of ethics, which is based on professionalism and protection of the public. As a REALTOR®’s […]
When you sell a stock, you owe taxes on the difference between what you paid for the stock and how much you got for the sale. The same holds true in home sales, but there are other considerations. Download this helpful worksheet that can assist you in calculating Capital Gaines.