Buying and selling a home through auction is no longer for distressed property. Rather, the highly successful Harcourts Auctions platform focuses on everyday, luxury homes.
Rent or buy? It’s the question most of us face at different times in our lives. These 6 homeowners around the world opted to buy, not only for financial reasons but to have a place they could call their own and tailor to their tastes. Step inside these residences — in Sydney, Moscow, San Francisco and more — and see what these first-time buyers have done to turn their new houses and apartments into homes.
When we think of buying a home, the first thing that comes to mind for many is a detached, single-family home (complete with grassy yard and dog). But for many, especially those looking to buy in an urban area, a condo, a townhouse or an apartment could be a more likely scenario.
The phrase, “Seller’s Market” is everywhere at the moment. Current housing inventory is low, creating high demand and raising prices substantially. What if you are looking to buy? Buying a home is a complex process and current market conditions can make the process even more daunting. Reduce the stress in buying a home with these tips suggested by the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR):
Moving house with kids can be stressful and upsetting for everyone, but particularly young children, especially if they’ve previously only known one home. But with a little foresight, planning and some good old distraction techniques moving to a new home need not be traumatic.
Buying a new home often means moving to a new suburb, city or even country. It may be a new location you chose simply because you loved it, or it maybe it’s where you need to be for work or family. Whatever the reason for your change in location, it can be a little daunting finding ways to get to know the neighborhood and have it start feeling like home.