Buying a Home in Soldotna Real Estate with No Owner Disclosures

by Chris Druesedow June 24, 2014
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Suppose that in the course of buying a home in Alaska Real Estate, your eye is drawn to a bank-owned home, or a home held in a trust. There are many reasons why you could find yourself buying a Soldotna Real Estate  home that’s currently vacant—which can also mean that the usual owner disclosures are not to be had. There are perfectly innocent reasons why this situation develops. Suppose the sellers of the property have just inherited it. How would they know that water tends to pool under the house during a strong rainstorm? Or that unpermitted repairs were made to the electric wiring in the kitchen? If thoughts like these cause beads of sweat … Continue reading

Reasons To Buy A House Rather Rent One-Soldotna Real Estate

by Chris Druesedow May 23, 2014
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  Buying a house from Alaska Real Estate has a lot of advantages over renting one, such as financial freedom. Once you have invested in a house, you will not need to pay money over and over in terms of rent. Likewise, you can make changes to your house as per your wish. Read on. Although mortgage payments will take some time to finish, you will not need to pay rent as long as you live in the house. Once you have paid out mortgage payments, the house will be yours for good. In case of a rental house, on the other hand, you will need to keep paying rent until your leave the house. … Continue reading

A Soldotna Real Estate Mortgage Application Should Be Smooth Sailing

by Chris Druesedow May 6, 2014
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Everyone expects that finding and buying the right Alaska Real Estate home will take a good deal of attention and energy. After all, it’s as important a purchase as we ever make. But when you add in the potential that something on your mortgage application could bring everything to a screeching halt, that’s one detail that has the potential to trigger what could turn everything into a truly harrowing experience. The average credit score in America is around 688. That might look like a respectably large number, yet it’s considered mediocre when it comes to mortgages. And the truth is that most Americans are blissfully unaware of what is going on with their credit reports … Continue reading

How to Make Showing Your Soldotna Real Estate Home a Breeze

by Chris Druesedow May 5, 2014
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When you’re selling your home, keeping it ready to show at a moment’s notice can sometimes make a major difference. In a perfect world, prospective buyers will always have time to schedule showings in advance—but exceptions do occur. That’s why experienced sellers know how to juggle living a normal life at the same time they are keeping their place ‘show-ready’ by calling on a few organizational tricks. They really aren’t all that difficult (but do take a commitment to stay organized). When you follow them, it makes showing your home in Alaska Real Estate a snap! Supplies at the Ready: The easiest way to stay on top of messes is to nail them when they … Continue reading

Soldotna Alaska Real Estate Sales Make for True-Life Reality Shows

by Chris Druesedow April 15, 2014
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The slick, entertaining formats of HGTV’s many buying and selling programs makes for great entertainment – but, as anyone who has ever actually bought or sold a house knows, they tend to leave some key information on the cutting room floor. Sure, real estate sales in Alaska Real Estate can in fact involve elements of creativity, presentation, personality, all of which make for interesting television viewing. But in real reality, successful real estate sales are largely based on contracts, disclosures, inspections, contingencies, and time. They may be less telegenic, but can be dramatic, especially when you’ve done everything in your power to make sure that a deal works out smoothly, only to be faced with … Continue reading

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