Summer is traditionally thought of as the best time to buy and sell a home. But, just because the cold weather is approaching and people are getting cozy by their fires, doesn’t mean there aren’t sneaky advantages to going against the grain to sell your home. Here are some reasons to consider fall ... » Learn More about Sellers Find Fall Is the New, Sneaky-Selling Season
Your home is a major source of wealth that allows you to build equity over time. A goal for many homeowners is to pay off their mortgage before the end of the amortization period; however, they may not know how to do it. In this episode, Brian Buffini breaks down the mortgage math and offers seven ... » Learn More about Ready to get free and clear of your mortgage much sooner?
It’s easy to boost buyers’ impression of your home in new, inexpensive ways with each season. Here are a few things you can do in the fall to make it as inviting as a basket of Halloween candy. 1. Light it up. Shorter days and longer shadows mean you need to be particularly careful to maximize ... » Learn More about 6 Tricks to Help Sell Your Home in Autumn
Selling a house, buying a new home, getting a new job, adjusting to a new place - moving is hard! It’s even harder moving as a family with small children during back-to-school season. With a new school year gearing up, we have five tips to make the transition of moving to a new place and meeting new ... » Learn More about 5 Back-to-School Tips When Moving into a New Neighborhood
Planning for retirement means making a lot of decisions, including when you’ll stop working, how much you’ll withdraw from your savings each year, and where you’ll live. Many people view retirement as an opportunity to move into a new home; in fact, 64 percent of retirees either have moved or plan ... » Learn More about Small nest egg, big dreams? 5 Tips for buying your retirement home