Our column from the Riverside Press-Enterprise, Aug. 30, 2014: With summer winding down and home inventory on the increase, unprepared home sellers could be in for a long, cold winter. Because when homes aren’t selling in one day, only those that stand out from the competition will attract an offer, much less get the highest possible price. Here are some basic steps to prepare your house for a quick and profitable sale ...
Brian Bean and Tim Hardin, owners of Dream Big Real Estate, have partnered with Realty ONE Group Champions in Riverside. Bean and Hardin – who built a strong following in the Riverside, Moreno Valley and Corona areas – are excited about working directly with Realty ONE Group Broker John Schulte, who is known for his education and agent training.
This is a fantastic horse property in the Gavilan Hills Estates area of Lake Mathews, near Riverside, Calif. The 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath property has a wonderful open floorplan plus 5-car attached garage. But it's the 2.25 acres that make this home special.
Our column from the Riverside Press-Enterprise, Aug. 23, 2014: When it comes to selling a home, full disclosure is one of the most important responsibilities of the owner. In California, the seller of a residential property (one to four units) is required by law to disclose to a buyer under contract everything they know that might have a material affect on the value or desirability of the property. Everything.
Our column from the Riverside Press-Enterprise, Aug. 9, 2014: Before the death of a loved one, too few people worry about how their estate will be handled. And after someone passes, survivors are often caught off guard by the huge workload and heavy responsibilities. For those left to navigate the complex and thankless probate process, here are some answers to common questions for executors and administrators of an estate.
Our column from the Riverside Press-Enterprise, Aug. 3, 2014: If a house is priced attractively, or if the real estate market is hot, buyers can end up competing for the same home. It’s not unusual in the Inland Empire for more than one buyer to make an offer on the same property. And in those “multiple-offer” situations, the rules, and strategies, change.