Does owning a vacation home make sense in today’s market? Or is this a practice of a bygone era?
If you live in a city where demand exceeds supply and you’re looking to cash in and sell your home, how do you do so quickly and painlessly?
Legally, what are you required to disclose to buyers when you put your home on the market? Just major problems or current issues, or do you have to disclose past repairs as well? We posed this question to real estate lawyers in Canada and the U.S., and this is what they said:
Realty Executives Exceptional Realtors®, with offices throughout northern New Jersey and Pike County Pennsylvania, has been named the Brokerage of the Month for March 2017. The firm, which recently celebrated 15 years with the Realty Executives brand, continues to dominate their local market, opening new offices, garnering national recognition and serving the local community in meaningful ways.
Deneen Ruffolo walked away with the coveted Most Valuable Executive Award at the Realty Executives Great Lakes Region awards banquet last month. Voted on by over 250 Executives across the region (which includes Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan), the peer award honors outstanding staff members who are held in high esteem by their coworkers.
“I try to treat people the way I want to be treated, and be as supportive as I can,” says Ruffolo. “It only takes a moment to help someone, put a smile on their face, or just make them feel like they belong to a great office.”