DAILY REAL ESTATE NEWS | TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 2017
Just how large a house really is may depend on whom you ask, The Wall Street Journal reports. That’s because appraisers, developers, builders, real estate professionals, tax assessors, and architects all measure spaces differently. No universal standard exists for calculating a home’s square footage. Further, it can also vary regionally.
DAILY REAL ESTATE NEWS | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 08, 2017
Home shoppers need to be mentally prepared to face some annoying things when purchasing a home. Realtor.com® recently spotlighted some of buyers’ biggest irritations when buying a home.
Find a way to get them in the right mindset and not succumb to some of these pesky annoyances that can sometimes cloud their perceptions of achieving the American dream.
How to keep the wheels moving through interruptions - BY STEVEN TRICE
Advice out of the mouths of (real estate agent) babes...
When buyers have trouble envisioning living in a property, an architect can help them see the possibilities. BY WILLIAM J. HIRSCH
You likely have forged relationships with real estate lawyers, bankers, and appraisers, among other professionals, calling on their expertise when you and your client need help navigating an aspect of the transaction. Have you considered when you might need an architect’s point of view?