Tag Archives: First-Time Home Buyers
KEY TAKEAWAYS Ask the WHY, not the WHAT Get the Sellers’ Insight Every weekend, thousands of people leave their air conditioned homes to visit open houses. If you are going to give up a Saturday or Sunday afternoon to look at houses, I’m sure you want it to be profitable – useful – and feel […]
What is the most common question I get at my open houses? The answer might surprise you and give you some ideas on what questions to ask if you visit an open house. You might think it would be “What is the price?” or “How many square feet are there?” but you would be wrong! Read the rest to find the answer!
I just wanted to stop for a minute to share with you a thought on something I have been hearing a lot of agents saying about our current real estate market. Whether it is on TV or radio commercials, on Facebook or some other form of advertising, I have heard agents say “Now is the […]
Looking for a Home Like Their Parents It is very important for first-time homebuyers to remember that most people do not buy their dream home right out of the gate. Your parents or other family members and friends likely started out by purchasing a smaller house in the Greater Austin area. As they balanced what […]