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.
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.
When a homeowner puts their house on the market, they’ll prepare a packet of disclosures full of important information about the property.
The average closing timeline for VA buyers is marginally different from conventional loans. Here we take a look at the average time to close and what factors play into that timeline.
An earnest money deposit is a deposit of good faith on a home loan from a buyer to a seller. Including an earnest money deposit with your offer is a part of the VA home loan process and serves to protect VA buyers and sellers in a real estate transaction. Learn how earnest money might help you obtain the home you want.