What Richmond Home Sellers Should Do After a Poor Property Inspection

The inspection contingency in your sales contract is an inescapable reality with a traditional real estate transaction. Many Richmond home sellers fear the unknown of what lies behind their walls or under the floor. The best practice for home sellers is to have a pre-inspection before getting an offer. However, we will now explore what … Continued

5 Tips for Siblings Dealing With Inherited Property in Richmond

Have you inherited property in Richmond? Sadly, without proper forethought, you may suddenly face life without your parents, who have left their property to all of their children without a plan in place, which can be quite a chaotic experience. Dealing with a sudden whirlwind of paperwork and details during such an emotionally difficult time … Continued

What You Should Know About Real Estate Trusts in Richmond

Preparing for when a loved one passes will allow you to endure the loss without adding the stress and pressures of dealing with all of the details of an estate. If you’re wealthy, then the alarming tax rate on gits has likely been of concern. Taking action by preplanning for the distribution of an estate … Continued

Top 5 Mistakes Richmond Home Sellers Make

Finally, it’s time to put up the sale sign, get offers and sell the home. If only it were that easy. While it may not sound complicated at first thought, the process of selling a home has several aspects that sellers must consider to bring top dollar promptly.  As difficult as it may be to … Continued

4 Tips to Win a Bidding War When Buying a House in Richmond

The competition is fierce when making an offer and buying a property in today’s Richmond real estate market. But, unfortunately, when a bidding war begins, emotions can get the best of the most experienced investor. So it is crucial to consider the genuine possibility of a bidding war, preparing yourself in advance to avoid costly … Continued

5 Things to Know About Buying Distressed Properties in Richmond

Distressed properties aren’t always bargains. There is, however, the potential to discover a great deal among them. Typically, a property becomes distressed because the owner faces financial devastation, and there is no other recourse than to sell. Of course, if a home has fallen into a state of serious disrepair, this too is a distressed … Continued

5 Repairs to Overlook When Buying Investment Property in Richmond

Which repairs are deal-breakers and which have acted as placeholders for a wise investor like you to come along? Buyers want homes ready to move into and often lack the time, patience, or imagination to consider less than perfect houses. Homes with less curb appeal typically tend to sit longer on the market. The best … Continued