|Buying or selling a home is the most exciting, and potentially stressful experience a human can go through, and the market in the past few years has only increased the uncertainty of how to best approach the market with a sale or a purchase. That's why, whether you're buying or selling a home, my singular goal is to make you comfortable with every step of the process. I understand and appreciate the significance of your sale or purchase and will guarantee you a successful, trouble-free transaction. I look forward to discussing your concerns, and to partnering with you to make your transition simple and enjoyable.|
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Thursday, July 3, 2014
Imagine this scenario. You’ve hired movers to help you on moving day. Most of the hard work is done – the packing, the loading, the transporting. You arrive at your new home. Everyone goes inside, and the movers start to unload your belongings. They ask you where to place things – and you have no idea where you want everything. After all the work you’ve done, wouldn’t this be a nightmare? After all, using movers should make your life easier, but if they place boxes and furniture where you don’t want them, you’ll have to sort through everything later. No thanks! You can avoid this scenario by getting organized in advanced with these three tips:
Thursday, June 12, 2014
Quitclaim deeds are often used in divorce, as well as in other cases where the separate parties are well known to each other. A quitclaim deed does not offer the grantee (the person who is gaining interest in real property) any warranty as to the status of the property title. The grantee is entitled only to whatever interest the grantor actually has at the time of possession, which is why this deed is common in cases of divorces when someone is seeking to transfer their interest to their former spouse.