What you don’t know can cost you time and money when it comes to selling your house. The best source of information is your real estate agent, and we’ve put together a growing list of helpful resources about the home selling process. When you’re ready, call George Tallabas III at 208-880-2333 to discuss how we can help sell your house.
George works with commercial investors in property valuation, one of which he’s worked with for over thirty-five years, and continues to work with out-of-state buyers looking to invest in commercial and light industrial buildings in Idaho.
When the real estate market is slow or there is a difficult or unique property involved, it can be difficult for homeowners to sell their property. When the real estate market is slow or there is a difficult or unique property involved, it can be difficult for homeowners to sell their property.
Real estate investing can be one of the most rewarding and profitable ventures to experience, or it can turn into a total nightmare, depending on the investor’s strategy. Smart investing can be accomplished, and produce extremely rewarding results if some consideration and careful analysis is applied.
Many people find the process of buying and selling land overly complicated or confusing. If you go looking for information online, you’re likely to find general advice that isn’t quite applicable to your situation.
If you’re just getting into the world of real estate investing, then you’re probably buried under a lot of information. There are a million local, state, and federal laws to learn, and the toughest thing seems to be one when state law conflicts with another, or a federal law trumps your local law, or vice versa. Staying up to date with all the information out there can be quite difficult, which is why we post articles like this one.
One of the most misunderstood components of a home is the septic system. It has been commonly promoted to have a home septic system automatically pumped every two to five years, when in fact this is not necessary, and in many cases, can cause unwanted complications in your system.
Humid weather presents a lot of problems for homeowners. One of them is home molds. Whether it is a warm, humid summer or a cold, damp winter, our activities in and outside the home can cause the growth of molds inside the abode.