Whether it’s time for an upgrade or a move across the country, finding the right real estate agent to sell your home can make the moving process much smoother. But, not all agents are the same, and there are questions you should ask when interviewing for the right agent to list your home.
There are several reasons to ask your invited wedding guests for a monetary gift toward your future home rather than “nice” dishware. Couples getting married this wedding season are a bit older – 27 and 29 for women and men respectively – and are understandably more excited for a home of their own than new throw pillows. And let’s be honest, if you’re living in an 800 square foot apartment or your parents’ house, where would you put all those wedding gifts anyway?
It’s time. Whether you’re entering retirement, need a great family vacation spot or want to make some cash from rental income, you’re ready to buy a beach condo. While there can be some similarities with buying a home, purchasing a condo certainly requires a few questions you may not come across in home buying. Here are seven basic questions to ask to ensure you don’t end up with a money-pit.
You’ve worked your entire life, and now it’s time to relax, enjoy long days on the beach and retire in Myrtle Beach, SC. With endless property options from oceanfront condos to single family homes, the Myrtle Beach area has exactly what you’re looking for as a new primary residence or a second home.
The Myrtle Beach area is growing to the tune of more than $55 million with new construction projects scheduled to be complete in 2015. The tallest building in Myrtle Beach is set to open its doors May of next year.