Caveat emptor! You may have heard these two Latin words before, meaning “let the buyer beware.” In today’s real estate market, many homes are being sold “as-is.” This clause frees the seller from being responsible for fixing any repairs to the home, no matter how large or detrimental. Whether or not the property is being sold “as-is,” it is important for a potential buyer to schedule a home inspection before going through with the sale for many reasons.
Even though it is still February and Mother Nature seems to continuously be dumping snow on us, winter will not last forever. As we look forward to emerging from our homes this spring, there are exciting signs that Baltimore’s housing market will be heating up this spring and through 2014!
Baltimore Metro Area - 10 Hottest Housing Markets for 2014
A forecasted median home price gain of 8% through September 2014 (following a 5% increase in the past 12 months) should be exciting news for hom... [More]
Maintaining a strong credit history can be one of the most difficult lifetime challenges for people; especially young people just starting out. The paradox most people face is being able to establish credit without established credit! A good first step is to apply for a credit card with requirements that are easy to meet. Credit cards are useful financial tools and a great way to establish credit – but used improperly, they can be an easy way to rack up... [More]