Kimee and I have decided to make a video series about buying our first home together! We're just getting started so we have no idea how this will turn out but thank you for joining us.
Many people in their twenties never even consider buying a home because they think they can't afford it or they are not at the right stage in life. However, buying a home before you turn 30 is more feasible than you think.
Nail & Key co-founder Davis Scott shared his letter strategy with me and even sent us a template. Submitting the “letter” with your offer will humanize the offer process. People have connections to their homes. They are a tangible representation of a family. You can't get much more personal than that. The “letter” embraces that.
Home ownership may make more financial sense for you than you think!Brandt Barham, REALTOR© and Director of Sales, breaks down the cost of buying vs. leasing a $250,000 home in the DFW area.
Not all buyers agents are created equal! Before hiring a buyers agent, take the time to ask these important questions.
Nail & Key co-founder, Brandt Barham, specializes in investment properties. Read his valuable insights below before you purchase a foreclosure.
Your house payment is a significant expense each month that is important to fully understand. There are four primary components of this payment that contribute to the total amount.
Many first-time home buyers and sellers may not understand why the title company matters to the process. Their role is crucial to the success of the transaction and to prevent legal issues popping up down the road. Our trusted local title company is the Alamo Title in Grapevine run by Christopher J. Everett, PC. We asked Christopher a few key questions to help give you a better understanding of how title companies help.
Closing Day is, by far, everyone’s favorite day. It’s the day that you officially become a new homeowner! Brittany Wilson, our recommended local lender, tells you what to expect on your exciting day.
David and Yessica Carlos began looking into buying their first house seven years ago. However, they realized it was not financially possible at that time. They needed to wait, save, and plan.