Millennial homeowners are feeling frustrated, and the lessons they've learned along the way offer an opportunity for the rest of us, regardless of age or station, to enter homeownership better prepared. Nearly two-thirds, or 63 percent, of millennial homeowners surveyed by Bankrate.com said they had regrets about buying. That is more than any other age … Continue reading What We Can All Learn From This Millennial Home Buying Mistake
*Author's Note: Jack Meyers // Meyers Real Estate Group is a Real Estate Firm licensed in the state of Colorado. The content contained in this article is for informational purposes only, and is not intended to serve as expert financial or mortgage lending advice. For specific information pertaining to your individual financial situation, seek the … Continue reading How Much House Can You Really Afford?
If you are buying or selling a home for the first time, you might be wondering who sets the price for the sale of your home, or how the listing price was chosen for a home you'd like to make an offer on. There are misconceptions out there about just who 'decides' what a home … Continue reading Home Comps and What to Do With Them
New generation...same old financial mistakes. But it doesn't have to be that way! Chances are good, your parents didn't take you and your siblings aside to share the finer details of the sale or purchase of your family home when you were growing up. Hey -- I get it! Mortgage terms and price-per-square-foot are details lost … Continue reading 5 Classic Home Buying Mistakes Millennials Make
There are a variety of signs and signals it's time to consider buying your first home, or beginning the search for your next one. Sometimes the place you live now can be rearranged a bit to meet your needs -- but sometimes, the best solution is a first (or next) home. Read on to learn … Continue reading 6 Signs it’s Time to Buy (or Buy Up)
Whether you're buying a home for the first time or planning to upsize, downsize or relocate, thoughtful planning in terms of how much you should spend on your home makes sense. Beyond the size of mortgage you qualify for, thinking through additional expenses and your desired lifestyle before you begin the house hunt, will save … Continue reading How Much House Can You Afford?
If you rent or crash on somebody's couch, you're missing out. Homeownership offers a freedom that can't be found in renting; if you've never done the research -- talked to a mortgage professional, consulted with a Realtor, driven around a few favorite neighborhoods to scope out what's for sale -- now is the time. Read … Continue reading Let Freedom Ring