Whether you’re newlyweds, best friends or relatives, sharing a home purchase requires some extra work. From selecting a neighborhood to deciding how to use a spare room, navigating the world of homeownership in tandem must be done with compromise in mind.
While the idea of owning a home is very exciting, it can often seem overwhelming, especially for those who are new to the real estate process. Your Realtor can help by being that outside, third party who can direct you through the process of making the right decision.
When making a collaborative purchase, remember to:
Impress your family and friends around the table on Thursday with these fun and interesting Thanksgiving facts! Don’t worry if your stories put everyone to sleep; just blame it on the tryptophan!
Every year it seems like we begin celebrating the holidays earlier and earlier. Christmas and Hanukkah decorations pop up in stores often times before Halloween, and Christmas music hits the airwaves before Thanksgiving. If you’re one to fully embrace the holiday season no matter how early, tonight is the perfect time to jump start your holiday cheer at the Milwaukee Holiday Lights Festival Kick-Off at Downtown Milwaukee’s Pere Marquette Park. (more…)
When it comes to selling a home, man’s best friend can quickly become a potential buyer’s pet peeve. When you’re selling a house, the family dog, cat or guinea pig can deter buyers from purchasing your home. Work with your Realtor to adequately prepare your home when pets are involved.
Sellers with pets don’t need to call on Dr. Doolittle, but should consider these points when dealing with their animals:
Sunday marks the end of Daylight Saving Time (commonly mispronounced as “Daylight Savings Time,”) for the year, meaning we’ll all need to “fall back” and set our clocks back one hour at 2 a.m. Sunday (or Saturday night!). Don’t forget to turn all your clocks and watches back one hour (cell phones and digital TV boxes should automatically set back on their own).
A few fun facts about Daylight Saving Time*: