Four Questions You Should Try To Ask At A Real Estate Open House

If you are house hunting, finding out details on a property that might not be listed can be a good strategy. Realtors will be more candid at open houses and will discuss details about a property that might not be in writing. Here are four questions you should try ask at open homes. 1. Why are the Owners Selling? Finding out why the owners are moving can help you glean information on how motivated they might be to sell. [Read More]

How to Sell Mineral Rights Obtained by Inherietemce

In order to sell mineral rights obtained by the death of a family me,beer, you must first have the rights transferred into your name. This will require documentation and gathering of information that may not be readily available.  What paperwork will be required? if the mineral rights were obtained as part of an inheritance, you will need: A copy of the death certificate of the family member who previously owned the mineral rights A copy of the will naming you as a sole or part beneficiary of the property A notarized affidavit of transfer, which details your personal information and that of any other family members who may have been given a share of the mineral rights. [Read More]

Selling Your Home? How a Realtor Can Help Find a Buyer

When the housing market favors the seller, it may be tempting to forgo a realtor and try to sell your home on your own. The lack of inventory may make it seem easy to sell your home for the price the price you want, but not having the experience and tools will make the process difficult. Using a realtor can help you find a buyer in the following two ways. [Read More]

Finding A Home For The Baby Boomers

As the baby boomers start to loo into retiring, real estate agents need to understand what this generation is looking for in a home if they want to continue to sell real estate. Baby boomers make up a large portion of the country's population. As a real estate agent, you cannot neglect an entire generation and expect to be successful even if they are not as likely to move. Where Will They Move To? [Read More]