When it comes to buying a home one of the most important steps is taking care of the home inspection. After spending countless hours looking for your perfect home, you may think that you are getting the perfect home for a steal but the home inspection could potentially change everything and uncover major issues. This is where your home inspector can make or break the sale. But how do you know if you are choosing the right one?
One of the most common sayings that one may hear surrounding Real Estate is to “buy the worst house in the best neighborhood”. A house that is surrounded by homes which are priced higher, those higher values should naturally pull the lower ones up. Given that buying a home is one of the largest investments that anyone will make in their lifetime, shouldn't we be making sure that this logic is sound?
Existing-home sales rebounded in May following a notable decline in April, and low inventory levels helped propel the median sales price to a new high while pushing down the median days a home is on the market to a new low, according to the National Association of Realtors®. All major regions except for the Midwest saw an increase in sales last month.