Driving around your community you are probably starting to see more and more commercial properties that are vacant. Some were stores that recently vacated. Some have been sitting dormant with a “For Lease” sign on the property for a year or two.
Many things have been put on hold due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), but home renovations aren’t one of them.
Buying your first home is typically pretty straight forward. Find a REALTOR®, secure financing, scope out homes, make an offer, and sign the papers. But when it’s time to move on from that first home, the process gets a bit more complicated. Should you sell your first home before you buy your next one?
Technology has empowered home shoppers with the ability to research, virtual tour, and then buy a house from start to finish without ever seeing it in person – including the closing.
Buying and owning a home is a daunting prospect in the best of times – and the uncertain climate of the economy due to COVID-19 can make it feel downright unachievable. The good news is that there are professionals trained to help you navigate your home-related worries.
If you were poised to buy your first home at the start of 2020, the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and the resulting shelter-in-place orders may have caused you to hit the pause button.