Real Estate Will Lead the Economic Recovery

06/16/2020 READ MORE

Stuck in the Renting Rut

It’s normal to be afraid to take the plunge into home-buying territory, but with the help of a great agent and a little research, you can determine if the time is right for you.

If you have a healthy savings account

Perhaps the scariest part about buying a home is making the financial commitment, but if you’ve managed to save enough (and then some) to put a down payment of at least 10 percent, you should feel confident in your ability to make the purchase.

If you’re ready to commit

Another common qualm about buying a home is the uncertainty of where you will be a year or two from now. However, if you have a steady job and are happy with the location, there’s really no reason for concern.

If the price is right

An agent can help you determine whether or not the price you are looking to pay is reasonable for your specifications and needs in a home, but ultimately, if the market is favorable and you’ve found the right deal, there’s no better time than the present.

If you’re sick of pouring money into someone else’s pocket

It sounds harsh, but if you’ve been renting for three, five, or even ten years, you have been spending thousands of dollars on something that doesn’t even truly belong to you when all is said and done. Sure, a mortgage is likely more than your current rent, but you’ll have a place to really call your own.

By:  Alexa Bricker

02/06/2020 READ MORE

Condo Buyers: Consider These Questions When Looking for Your Property

Purchasing a condominium means that you are going to have close neighbors.  It is important to consider the entire complex not just the unit. 

07/03/2019 READ MORE


Do-overs are wrong, right? And yet when it comes to real estate transactions, they’re all positive. Park Properties Realty has a higher than usual number of do-over clients—customers who return to Park Properties’ Real Estate Brokers repeatedly.

06/13/2019 READ MORE

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