Being a homeowner is exciting and fulfilling, but you may have all sorts of questions about maintaining your home and real estate in general. Browse my posts for tips and information that will help you answer many of your questions.
I hear that often. A lot, actually. OK, every blessed time I show a home. “Are these the original owners, and why are they moving?”
I sigh. Mainly because the answer has no bearing whatsoever on whether or not the home is a good fit for my clients. No, the walls... Read more »
I see it all too often: a landlord is willing to allow a pet in a rental property, but asks for a pet security deposit in the listing. The logic seems to be, “Well, I’m down with your cat, but you’ll have to put up an additional deposit to cover... Read more »
All-cash offers to purchase a home are great, except when they’re not. Sure, they sound wonderful—No underwriters! No appraisal! Fast closing! But then the second shoe drops: it’s a lowball offer.
Whether I’m representing a seller or a buyer, I absolutely loathe dealing with such offers. And they are always presented... Read more »
First-time home buyers and those new to the South Brunswick area frequently hear houses described as colonials or splits or whatever. If you are confused about those terms and are too shy to ask, here’s a quick primer on what each type is and the pros and... Read more »
The vast majority of rentals... Read more »
The single biggest sigh-inducing issue I have when listing a home for sale is finding out that a major renovation—usually a finished basement—was done without township permits. Is it a deal killer and show stopper? No, but it generally means more effort and money to be spent by... Read more »
When a couple asks me if a particular home is a condo or a townhouse, I... Read more »
The owners had put the house on the market and decided that... Read more »
I’ve been... Read more »