Friday, February 21, 2020

For Generation Y: the road to homeownership starts with saving

By Elaine Quigley, Realtor, CBR, CRS, GRI, Prudential Prime Properties For many people, the American dream of owning a home is exactly that: a dream. The housing crisis, the high unemployment rate, increasing debt, and tougher restrictions on mortgage qualifications, make it seem like Mission Impossible, especially for generations like Gen Y. The "millennials," as they're also often called, are referred to as the group born between the mid-1970s to the late 1990s.
Elaine Quigley

Six things that happen when you become a homeowner

Elaine Quigley, CBR, CRS, GRI By Jaymi Naciri Becoming a homeowner is more than having a set of keys and your name on the deed. You...

The value of attorney representation

By Michelle Gillespie, Realtor, Prudential Prime Properties Summer is a busy season in the real estate market. Many people who have been thinking about buying...

Real estate ads, October 4 edition

Here are the real estate ads for the October 4 edition: Open publication - Free publishing
Vicki Aubry

My New Year’s real estate resolutions for 2018

The shopping is over, the decorations are down and it is finally the New Year! I have some New Year’s resolutions in my real...

Real Estate ads, Feb. 1 edition

Here are the real estate ads for the Feb. 1 edition
Elaine Quigley

How to make your small kitchen more appealing

Many people complain about small kitchens but tiny spaces aren't always to be dreaded. If you're selling your home and your kitchen is, well,...

Common seller mistakes

By Karen Scopetski, V.P. Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 1. Basing the asking price on needs or emotion rather than market value. Many times sellers base their pricing on how much they paid for or invested in their home. This can be an expensive mistake. If your home is not priced competitively, buyers will reject it in favor of other larger homes for the same price. At the same time, the buyers who should be looking at your house will not see it because it is priced over their heads.

Living single: buying a house without a spouse

Elaine Quigley, Realtor, CBR, CRS, GRI, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices In this article, Jaymi Naciri shares some tips on purchasing a house as a single person.

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