8 Tips to Fireproofing Your Home

fireproofmainHome fires in the US cost an estimated $11.6 billion in damaged property in 2014. in the US. What’s worse, they were responsible for the death of over 3,200 people and the injury of nearly 16,000 more.

Keeping your home

Infographic: Baby Boomers & The Real Estate Market

Baby Boomers

Rules of Etiquette You Should Know Before Buying a Home

rulesofetiquetteIf a good deal is what you’re looking for when it comes to buying a house, the last people you want to put off are the sellers.

The truth is, there’s a certain etiquette that buyers should follow throughout the

What to Do When You Find Your Dream Home . . . But It’s Not For Sale

dreamhomeforsaleDepending on where you’re looking to buy, there could very well be a major supply shortage.

But don’t let slim pickings in your local housing market stand in the way of you snatching up your dream home. If the listings

How to Make Sure the Transition From ‘Renter’ to ‘Owner’ is a Smooth One

rentinlineWith rent prices increasing all over the country, now may a good time to make the leap from ‘renter’ status to ‘owner’.

After all, why not put that monthly check towards your own equity rather than someone else’s? And the

How Will Rock-Bottom Oil Prices Affect the Housing Market?

oilpricesmainIt sure is nice to fill up the gas tank and pay a fraction of what you paid only a few months ago, isn’t it?

But while your dollar might take you further on the road, what are these falling

What Will California’s Housing Market Look Like in 2016?

California’s real estate market will continue its growth streak into 2016, according to the California Association of Realtors (CAR) 2016 Housing Market Forecast.

Yet that anticipated increase in sales will likely be somewhat hampered by limited inventory and continued