Why Winter Is The Time To Buy A New Home In Newburyport

Typically and according to standard wisdom, spring and summer are the best seasons for real estate, especially for selling. But these are considered the “best” seasons for buyers for just a couple of reasons – the weather is better, and there is more inventory. There is, however, a lot more to consider when buying a … Continued

A Beginners Guide To Home Buying In Newburyport

First-time home buyers usually find the whole process more than a little intimidating and daunting and so have tons of questions they need answers to. There is indeed a lot to understand and many pieces that have to be in place. Otherwise, you run the risk of making an enormously costly mistake in the largest … Continued

A Beginners Guide To Financing Property In Newburyport

Whether you’re an investor or buying a home to live in, you have to have money to make the purchase. And very few of us have enough capital to just pay cash, so we usually have to borrow at least some of the money. With all the financial jargon and all the hoops to jump … Continued

A Beginners Guide To Renovating Your New Home In Newburyport

So you’ve bought a new home, and you want to make it look even better and feel more comfortable – more you. Or maybe you’re looking for a new home you can renovate, one that you can make into your special project. Either way, when it comes to the actual renovation, you need to keep … Continued

A Beginners Guide To Flipping Homes In Newburyport

Today home flipping is probably the most popular strategy for making money in real estate investing.  And it can indeed be a viable way to make a significant return on your investment, but there are also pitfalls to avoid and a fairly established procedure you should follow. The really good news is that you can … Continued

Checklist: Preparing Your House For Inspection in Newburyport

So you’ve received an offer, got a sale contract in place, and are ready to move on to the final step of closing. But not so fast – there’s an important remaining step that can make or break the deal. That’s the inspection, a contingency written into most offers. And that means that if the … Continued