Despite the fact that I help people buy and sell real estate for a living, I don’t think homeownership is for everyone. (There, I said it.)
For the most part, I strongly support investing in real estate and homeownership. I think it is an excellent way to build wealth, and provide security and stability in many ways.
However, there are a few reasons why I think buying a home and committing to a 30-year mortgage might not be right for someone*: Continue reading “Is Homeownership Right For You? Maybe.”
Some might think selling a home is pretty straightforward. Yet, all too often, we see homeowners giving away their hard-earned equity when selling. Here are some ways I think homeowners leave too much money on the table — and how you can avoid being one of them: Continue reading “3 Biggest Mistakes When Selling Your Home”
It seems that there are real estate agents everywhere. Maybe it’s because I’m surrounded by it every day, but I feel like every time I turn the corner, there is another real estate agent. This feeling is confirmed by the fact that, as of April 2018, there were over 400,000 real estate licensees in California. Given that there are somewhere around 39-40 million Californians, this means there is 1 realtor for every 100 people in California!
It’s a no-brainer that picking a good real estate agent to work with should be a top priority when buying or selling your home. But, with so many choices, how do you pick the right one for you?
In today’s video, I discuss whether we are in a seller’s market or a buyer’s market. Continue reading “Are we in a Buyer’s Market?”
There’s been a lot of chatter recently about the state of the real estate market: Is the market softening? Is the bubble about to burst? Are we seeing the first signs of another recession? Incredibly curious to see some hard facts myself, I dug in… Read on to hear more about my observations… Continue reading “Is the Real Estate Market Softening?”