See the 10 tips for sellers in the Mortgage Advice section.
Real Estate Market Conditions Video Update 01/16/2012
Real Estate Outlook: More Markets Show Measurable Improvement
City Report: Forbearance
Green Living: Tips for the New Year
Real Estate Outlook: Mortgage Applications Down
City Report: Remodeling Pays
10 Tips for Sellers
Buyers: Making the Right Choice
Ready to Buy?
How to Sidestep the Spread of Mortgage Fraud
The Joys of Home Ownership
GET YOUR HOME SOLD!
Why Show / Why Buy Webcast
Here is the current real estate market conditions video update: Katy Real Estate and Events Blog.
NATIONAL NEWS: Real Estate Outlook: Pending Sales Decline; Mortgage Moment; City Report: Types of Buyers; 5 Great Things about Home Ownership; Bankruptcy – a Financial Bailout?
Q&A: Ready to Buy? How to Buystep the Spread of Mortgage Fraud; The Joys of Ownership; Choosing a Condo; Tips for Saving
GET YOUR HOME SOLD! Why Show / Why Buy Webcast
via Katy Real Estate and Events Blog.
According to the Daily Real Estate News recently, renters are outspending home owners on housing costs.
“In the last 26 years, home owners have increased the amount they spend on household expenses by 12 percent while renters have increased it by 22 percent, according to the study.”
Read more: via Katy Real Estate and Events Blog.
This is good advice for the first-time homebuyer, and it is a good review for seasoned buyers.
“A house is probably the biggest purchase you’ll ever make. And, if you can avoid these missteps, chances are you’ll be happy with the home you choose. Are you gearing up to buy your first place? Shopping for a home is exciting, exhausting and a little scary, especially in this market. In the end, your aim is to end up with a home you love at a price you can afford. Sounds simple enough, right? Unfortunately, many people make mistakes that prevent them from achieving that simple dream. Arm yourself with these tips to get the most out of your purchase and avoid making 10 of the most costly mistakes that could put a hold on that sold sign.
1. Not knowing what you can afford.
We learned from the subprime mortgage mess, what the bank says you can afford and what you know you can afford or are comfortable with paying are not necessarily the same. .”
via HOUSTON – KATY AREA REAL ESTATE BLOG.