Expertise and insight to help real estate professionals better serve Veteran and military buyers
Younger veterans and service members are fueling the growth of VA purchase loans nationwide. These 35 cities saw the biggest bump in Millennial and Gen Z buyers in Fiscal Year 2019.
Many Veterans find interest in renting out their home current home and purchasing a new one.
Curb appeal matters, especially when it comes to selling your home. It can mean the difference between a fast, profitable sale and one that drags out for months or even loses you money.
You don’t have to stage your home, but it could certainly help you sell it faster — and likely for more money, too.
Renovations aren’t just for looks. The right ones have a good chance of increasing your home’s value, too.
It's important to be mindful of what renovations will have positive impacts on your home's value, and which will not.
Most homeowners hire a contractor at some point or another, whether it’s to remodel the kitchen, construct a shed, or just handle an assortment of smaller projects around the property.
Selling a house is a process. And though it’s tempting to list the home and start marketing it to buyers straight away, that’s probably not the best way to ensure a fast sale that maximizes your investment.
With home prices rising, most of our Veteran homebuyers relocated to less expensive Zip codes or purchased within the same Zip code this year. Nearly half of those who moved to less expensive housing relocated to an entirely new metro area.
Transitioning back into civilian life can be a daunting final mission for Veterans and military families. This year has added an additional layer of stress with COVID-19 being an added factor to consider.
Contracts to purchase homes often come with appraisal contingencies. These protect would-be buyers if the VA appraisal determines the home is worth less than what they agreed to pay.
When a homeowner puts their house on the market, they’ll prepare a packet of disclosures full of important information about the property.
Housing communities and developments with age restrictions have been around for decades. These are often gated developments or retirement communities with clubhouses, pools and other communal facilities, and typically at least one person in the household must be at least 55 years old.