There is more than active to Berks County property status than you may be aware of. Following is a detailed explanation.
Many home shoppers venture online to seek a new residence. Websites bombard them with real estate information like never … Read More
Is it Necessary to Pay a Real Estate Transaction Fee?
If you are reading my info-article for the first time you will quickly understand that my goal is to educate home buyers and sellers about the nuances of the real … Read More
Most home buyers consider hiring a home inspection company to review the condition of the property they are about to purchase. The home inspection can include the following: Home/Property Inspections and Environmental Hazards (mold, etc.), Radon, Wood Infestation, Water Service,… Read More
Pricing a home or property may be the most challenging thing a Realtor endeavors to do for an owner. Price it too high, and the home is destined to be mercilessly passed over by the masses searching homes online. Estimate… Read More
On the eve of April 18th, 1775 two men set out on, what would become, a historical journey. Both men had great intentions and failure was not an option. One was better prepared than the other and thus history… Read More
When a buyer and seller enter into an agreement of sale to purchase real estate in Berks County, it is a common practice for the buyer to provide deposit money. The deposit money… Read More
What is the difference between a Berks County home that has been on the market ten days and a Berks County home that has been on the market 300 days? Answer…290 Days on the market! While that answer may be… Read More
I remember when Realtors® learned how to do a Comparable Market Analysis, Broker Price Opinion and an Appraisal when estimating the value of a property. We used phrases like comps, variables, CMA and BPO.
That was then. Now we have … Read More