Signs You Should Still Rent Your Home Instead Of Buying

The drive to buy a home has reached levels not seen for many years. After the housing crisis a few years ago, buying a home was seen as a not-so-safe choice -- home prices were low, but incomes were unsteady and getting mortgages was a lot more difficult. That situation has eased up quite a bit, so many people who feel they can afford a mortgage payment are now looking at buying again. Read More 

Your Luxury Home Can Include These Elements For The Avid Sports Lover

If you love watching and playing sports — and you have achieved a certain level of financial means — you may find yourself pursuing the luxury home market for a property to buy. Your passion for sports can be a major determining factor as you look online for luxury homes and arranging private showings with your real estate agent. During this search, watch for listings that include these elements, which can make and individual listing highly desirable. Read More 

3 Questions To Ask Before Downsizing To A Tiny Home

The tiny home craze has many homebuyers convinced that it is time to downsize their lives and move into a smaller space. Unfortunately, not everyone is cut out for tiny home living and they end up moving within a short time period. If you are thinking of moving into a tiny home, here are some questions to ask yourself to determine if you are truly ready for the experience.   Read More 

Looking For Waterfront Property: What To Expect

A waterfront home provides a beautiful view and access to a lovely lake, river, or even the ocean for enjoyment whenever you wish. If you've always wanted property like this, then shopping for real estate is an adventure you need to be prepared for. Here are things you can expect in waterfront property as you explore your options so you know you are looking at the best properties on the market. Read More 

Country Living Close to New York City

If you live and work in the city, but are looking for a change of place, then you might want to consider country living. Buying a house outside of the city (but close enough to still commute) will let you relax and enjoy the tranquility of nature on the weekends. While the city can be fun, living there 24/7 is not for everyone. So, if you're the type who gets tired of the constant noise, stress, and congestion that comes with living in a huge city with millions of other people always around, you should think about moving to a more rustic, and rural area where you can get some peace at night. Read More