Found 17 blog entries tagged as homes for sale.

Planning on buying a home in Austin Texas? If so, make sure that you don't make the following costly home buying mistakes.

Trуіng to tіmе the hоuѕіng mаrkеt

It’ѕ fооlіѕh tо trу tо tіmе thе stock mаrkеt аnd thе ѕаmе gоеѕ fоr thе hоuѕіng market. Home prices mау ѕееm hіgh nоw, but іn a couple of уеаrѕ уоu may lооk bасk оn thеm аnd thіnk how cheap things were. “There wіll nеvеr be аn іdеаl tіmе to buy a home аnd trуіng tо time іt саn lеаvе уоu mіѕѕіng оut,” says Adаm Bеаtу, a сеrtіfіеd fіnаnсіаl planner wіth Bullоgіс Wеаlth Management. If уоu can find a hоmе іn your рrісе range that уоu аrе happy wіth thеn move on it. If you саnnоt, then wаіt until рrісеѕ come down оr уоu ѕаvе up mоrе mоnеу. That ѕаіd, thе hіѕtоrісаllу lоw іntеrеѕt rаtеѕ оn…

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Are you planning on selling your home in 2019? If so, now is the perfect time for you to focus on increasing the value of your house before selling it and you can successfully do this by following these tips.

Tip #1 – Improve the Curb Appeal of Your Home

If you ask any home buyer, they will tell you that curb appeal is one of the most important things that influences them to get out of their vehicles and check out a home because if an Austin Home for Sale looks great on the outside this will motivate the buyer to find out what the home might have on the inside.

To start improving the curb appeal of your home consider doing the following: Trim back overgrown trees, shrubs or plants from your front yard.

  •          Mow your lawn,…

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Are you planning on selling your Austin Texas home but aren’t sure if it’s going to be able to sell during the current slow real estate market like your neighbor's homes sold over the last three years?

The good news is that you can still sell your home during a slow real estate market especially if you follow these tips:

Tip #1 - Make Repairs Now

It doesn’t matter if your Austin Texas home needs minor or extensive repairs, you should make those repairs NOW because buyers today have more options to choose from compared to just 12 months ago.

Buyers today have more options to choose from and if they tour a home that’s in need of extensive repairs they may wonder what else is wrong with the home even if those repairs are inexpensive.


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By the Kent Redding Group

AUSTIN, TX. – Are you planning on selling your Austin Texas home? If so, one important thing that you don’t want to forget to do is to stage your yard!

In this article, we will share with you several yard staging tips that you can use to make your yard look like it’s been professionally landscaped.

Tip #1 – Clean Up Your Lawn and Landscaping

Mаkе sure the оutѕіdе of your hоmе lооkѕ аѕ tіdу as роѕѕіblе. This includes clеаring оld newspapers frоm thе frоnt stoop and рісking up аnу lіttеr you ѕее аrоund the уаrd.

While you’re cleaning up, don't fоrgеt to ѕtаѕh аwау аnу kids' tоуѕ уоu find on the lawn, and аlwауѕ park уоur cars іn the gаrаgе. This is important because you wаnt tо hіghlіght уоur home, not the…

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By the Kent Redding Group

AUSTIN, TX. – Right now, is an excellent time to buy a home because thanks to historically low mortgage interest rates, homes haven’t been this affordable since 1980.

That’s right, long term affordability has never been better because mortgage interest rates are about 4.5% now compared to 16% in 1980.

Sadly, home affordability could be threatened though if mortgage interest rates continue to rise so if you’re serious about buying a home in Austin Texas, or elsewhere in the United States, now is a great time to buy before rates increase.

Changes to The Mortgage Interest Deduction

Another change that could make buying a home this year more competitive is the recent changes to tax laws from the Republican tax bill…

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During the process of buying a home in Austin Texas, or elsewhere in the United States, you may hear the terms “secured” or “unsecured” loan but is there a difference?

In this article, we will break down what both terms really mean and give you some insight into these loans.

Secured Vs. Unsecured Loans

Secured versus unsecured loan: If you're Googling this phrase, odds are you're immersed in the process of looking for a loan, and need some clarification on the difference between these two types. So, here's the deal: A secured loan means you put up something of value as a promise you’ll pay the loan back. An unsecured loan requires no such collateral. Now let's dive into the details.

When to get an unsecured loan

An unsecured loan, also…

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If you’re thinking about buying or selling housing you most likely have encountered a real estate agent who has offered their services to you for the lowest commission possible.

The big question that you should have is if you should hire this agent because they charge a lower commission than another real estate agent.

Although the answer to this question may be simple for some people because they think that lowest commission means that they're saving money, the reality is that hiring a real estate agent because they charge the lowest commission possible isn't always the best idea, especially for these reasons

Reason #1 - They May Not Work With A Team

Regardless If you're buying or selling a home one of the harsh realities about hiring…

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By The Kent Redding Group

AUSTIN, TX. – The home buying season has been in full swing for months now; thanks to a recent report from CoreLogic we know that home prices edged up during the month of April with prices about 7% higher than they were just one year ago

Will Price Increases Carry Through The Summer Months?

Now that we know the home buying season is in full swing the BIG questions most Realtors and economists want to know is if buyers will continue buying homes through the summer months and the answer to this question would appear to be yes.

The frenzied spring selling season is helping nudge prices higher, CoreLogic said. Home purchase pricing is outpacing rent growth for single-family homes.

CoreLogic forecasts national…

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Are you searching for the Perfect Austin Texas home? If so don't miss this perfect 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom home located at 3812  Greystone Drive in Austin Texas.

Built in 1972, this custom designed home is located right in the heart of Austin, on an oversized lot; it features multiple living areas, a chef's dream kitchen, two fireplaces, main level guest suite, amazing master level suite with an excellent luxury resort style bathroom and so much more.

What’s Nearby?

Listed for $749,000, this home is truly a rare gem and it is the perfect Austin Texas home; what’s even better is that 3812 Greystone Drive is close to everything including shopping, dinning, schools and all of the cool things that life in Austin Texas can offer you.

You can…

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By the Kent Redding Group

AUSTIN, TX. - Have You been thinking about buying your first Austin Texas home and are not sure if you should continue renting versus buying? You are not alone.

The Question of whether or not if you should continue renting versus buying is something that every homeowner deals with before they ultimately “take the plunge” and commit to buying their first house, that's why in this article we will share with you 4 signs that you are ready to buy your first Austin Texas home so you can have confidence that it’s time to start the home buying process.

#1 - You Have Job Security

One of the first signs that you are ready to buy your first home is that you have job security. This is important because every mortgage loan…

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