*Sponsored* Home sellers might be tempted by online companies guaranteeing to buy a home quickly with no hassle, but it’s important to know what’s behind these claims.
With interest rates low, there’s no lack of demand for starter homes in San Antonio, but inventory is limited in most first-time homebuyers’ price range.
*Sponsored* Selling a home that you’ve loved and made memories in can be an emotional process. It will also take some time and work to prep your home for sale.
*Sponsored* Once you take ownership of a new home, there are important items to focus on during the transition.
*Sponsored* Think of a property website like a summary of what’s on the market; it won’t include everything you need to know about a property.
*Sponsored* There are many steps you must take to buy your first home. A REALTOR® can help you determine if you’re ready to make the move.
The best way to avoid overpricing your home is to contact a REALTOR® who knows your market and will use reliable data to price your property correctly.
With San Antonio projected to grow by a million more people in the next 20 years, housing and transportation were the main topics Thursday at SABOR’s annual housing forecast meeting.
After terminating its CEO in September, the San Antonio Board of Realtors is now defending itself against multiple allegations made by the former executive.
Despite a growing U.S. economy, a recent GOBankingRates survey found that many are struggling to afford rent and other necessities – especially in San Antonio.