We all know about mortgages. But what about reverse mortgages? These unique options are available to people later in life, as an option to save their retirement fund or limited income.
So you’ve moved out on your own. Whether you’re in an apartment, townhome or even a house, living by yourself for the first time can be exciting, nerve-wracking and intimidating all at once. Aside from double checking your packing list, be sure to keep reading for some tips on how to turn your first apartment into your new home.
Most home safety practices are fairly well known: Have a fire extinguisher in the house, check the smoke alarm every six months, routinely change the air filters. Some home safety practices are not as well known, but can be essential to keeping your home and your family safe.
Open houses and showings are the best ways to engage with potential buyers and get them to really imagine themselves in their potential future home. Keep reading for a checklist of last minute things to do before you open the doors.
Greensboro, North Carolina (June 20, 2017) — NC REALTORS® Past President and current Winston-Salem Regional Association of REALTORS® President Lou Baldwin was recently awarded the Federal Political Coordinator Meritorious Service Award from the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR).
So you’ve got a home remodeling project you want to tackle. Now it’s time for the big question: do you hire a contractor or pull off a DIY worthy of HGTV? Depending on the project, one definitely would be better than the other. Here are some factors to consider to make a decision you can live with in the end.