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Now that we are deep into August, with summer in full swing, there might be vague thoughts running through your mind about some potential real estate moves—but certainly not until the fall.
Historically low mortgage interest rates have been a lifeline for many Elma first time homebuyers in recent years, keeping home ownership within reach for many who wouldn’t have otherwise been able to make the leap.
The number of households belonging to older adults is on the rise across the nation, and (let’s face it) the homes themselves aren’t getting any younger.
The good news is, yes, you read that headline correctly: there are drop-dead gorgeous oceanfront island vacation homes on sale for you right now—this summer!
If you are bound and determined to try to sell your East Aurora house without the aid of a real estate professional, you will quickly discover that one critical element that can’t be overlooked is marketing.
At first blush, deciding to hire a Western New York professional property manager may seem counter-productive.
As soon as you decide that you will be putting your East Aurora property up for sale—whether soon or at some point in the foreseeable future—it’s also time to get strategic about growing your property's value—starting with a generous dollop of objectivity.
Suppose you are an East Aurora homeowner who intends to move to a different home eventually, but for the moment, you aren’t under any particular deadline pressure that would dictate when you have to put your home on the market.
When it comes to making legal distinctions, the ones connected with buying and selling Western New York houses have lasting consequences—so it’s important that they be the intentional kind.
“WHY YOUR RENT CHECK JUST KEEPS GOING UP” was the headline in CNN Money’s real estate special report last month, which could have explained to East Aurora renters why it is that U.S.
In case you set your alarm clock to go off when it was time to buy a home, that clang you may be hearing from somewhere in the distance could be it (figuratively speaking, of course).