There are many benefits to Pittsburgh homeownership. Homeownership has long been considered the American Dream. It can mean different things to different people. There has been a steady rise in homeownership since the 1900s. Let’s take a look at four benefits of Pittsburgh homeownership. Financial Benefits The most apparent benefits are financial benefits. A home purchase is one of the … Read More
How Can You Maximize the Value Of Your Pittsburgh Home?
Can you maximize the value of your Pittsburgh home? Many homeowners are questioning this, especially now that the market is shifting from the unprecedented sales we have seen. However, the cooling market does not mean you can not sell your home for the best price. I have seen the market shift several times over my real estate professional career. Homes … Read More
Now More Than Ever, Pricing Your Pittsburgh Home Matters!
A shift in the real estate market will make pricing your Pittsburgh home correctly even more critical. If you have watched the news recently, you have most likely heard that the market is slowing down. With the possibility of a recession looming, everyone is being more cautious. But, people will still need to buy and sell homes. The market isn’t … Read More
Is Pittsburgh Homeownership Right For You?
If you consider Pittsburgh Homeownership, you may wonder if now is the right time for you. There are some reasons that renting may be a better option for a few, but there are many more benefits to owning a home. Let’s take a look at some of the benefits of Pittsburgh homeownership: Financial Benefits A home purchase is one of … Read More
10 Tips To Help You Save On Staging Your Pittsburgh Home
Even in a hot real estate market, it is essential to spend time staging your Pittsburgh home. Sellers who have taken the time to stage their homes have realized a quicker sale, multiple offers, and oftentimes sales prices above the asking price. There is a psychology to home staging that allows homebuyers to picture themselves living in the home. Decluttering, … Read More
5 Ground Rules For Home Buying Success In The Pittsburgh Real Estate Market
Home buying success is more than just finding the right home but also navigating the process smoothly. There are few purchases in life that carry the financial and psychological weight of buying a home. Whether you are buying your first home, moving up to your dream home, or downsizing, it is important to understand the ground rules for success in the … Read More
5 Tips To Build Equity In Your Pittsburgh Home
One of the most buzzed-about benefits of homeownership is the ability to build equity in your Pittsburgh home. Equity is merely the difference between what you owe on the home and your home’s value. If your home is currently worth $250,000 and you owe $150,000 on your home, you have $100,000 equity in your home. Equity can be an important … Read More
Not Business As Usual In The Pittsburgh Real Estate Market!
The past several weeks have been tough on so many industries and Pittsburgh Real Estate has been no exception. The stay at home order in Pennsylvania has postponed our usually busy spring market. I do not think it has been all doom and gloom. I have seen a lot of people involved in the real estate industry use their creativity … Read More
Understanding Closing Costs in the Pittsburgh Real Estate Market
You’ve found the perfect home in Pittsburgh. What is the next step to reach your real estate goal of home ownership? Finding the right mortgage with the best terms and closing costs for you. But what exactly are closing costs? Here is a list of the most common closing costs: Title Fees – These include the title search and title insurance, … Read More
It Takes a Village to Buy or Sell in the Pittsburgh Real Estate Market
The phrase “It Takes a Village” could not be truer when it comes to buying and selling a home in the Pittsburgh Real Estate Market. How many different parties do you think are involved in one real estate transaction? First, you must have a Seller who wants to sell their home. Next, you need to have a Buyer who can … Read More