The rush of buying your first home is one of the most exciting experiences one can endure in their life. It's a huge accomplishment and you should feel extremely proud of yourself. One thing to remember is to not let the overwhelming feeling of excitement allow you to fall into the traps that can occur during the process.
Communication is key to capturing the millennial homebuyer. Millennials are not like your buyers from before. Millennials know what they want, and they know how to get it. With a wide network, it is likely they are associated with a real estate agent somehow. A referral isn't enough for millennials. They will do their research to make sure who they are working with is someone they'd like to be associated with. This calls for agents and lenders to be on top of their marketing game and responsive. Don't let lack of communication and dragging of the home buying process let you lose out on this buyer. Capturing a millennial can up your business drastically because of their loyalty to people and products they like and trust, and their network. A millennial will refer you in a heartbeat if you make a memorable impression.
What are buyers willing to pay more for and what is the likelihood they will pay for it?
Moving is an amazing experience that balances between exciting and stressful. We're here to make the process easier for you not only through the loan process, but the home buying process as a whole. While you're busy making sure paperwork is all together, everyone is happy with the choice and ready to move, some things can be left forgotten in order to move. There are a few necessities that make the process go a lot smoother and we're going to share them with you. We searched far and wide to develop the best checklist a new or veteran homeowner can go by in order to remember everything that is needed to be accomplished before and after the move is completed.
You never thought the day would come that the little baby you held in your arms is ready to buy their first home, yet, has no clue what they're doing. Although they are independent for the most part by now, here is an opportunity where you get to actually feel like a parent again in helping them with the process.
The real estate business has been struggling with individuals referred to as Fraudsters or Money Mules for a while now. They will rob your entire life savings, in a matter of minutes by hacking into a finance business employee's email accounts and sending out wiring instructions for services to consumers. After the money is transferred, it is then moved to another accounts that is difficult to trace.
Finding the perfect home to purchase isn't easy, but if the buyer feels confident in the future about the buy, they're willing to go the distance. Being the most competitive time for the housing market in history has buyers stretching their budgets in order to insure they win the bidding war for the home of their dreams.
Millennials are working hard in their early careers right now and most likely saving up by rooming with friends or family. They are becoming aware that renting on their own is looking more and more less likely of a good idea as rent prices rise.
The world we live in today is a digital one and searching for a home is no different. The typical buyer used a mobile device to search for properties online. They looked at websites with photos, home listings, and information about the home buying process. They then contacted an agent and visited a median of 10 homes over 10 weeks again in 2016 before purchasing a home.