Now that the calendar has turned to February and all the craziness of the holidays is behind us, it’s a great time to capitalize on the renewed energy that the new year brings and do some important reflection on where you’re at as a homeowner.Read more
Winter is normally a slower time of year for real estate sales in Fremont County. But add to that the slowdown of the oil and gas industry, and we’ve got the makings of an especially slow market right now.
With less people buying at the moment, that means that homes for sale are staying on the market a little longer than normal. And though it can be stressful to see your home linger on the market, it certainly doesn’t mean that it won’t sell!
One of the biggest myths about renting a home is that it’s cheaper to rent than to buy. You can check out the reasons why that’s a myth in this article, but the short of it is that even when you rent, you’re still paying a mortgage. The difference, of course, is that you’re paying your landlord’s mortgage and not your own.
Let’s face it…
The market in Fremont County is a little on the slow side right now. But that doesn’t mean that there aren’t actions that you can take to make your home more attractive to buyers.
Over the years, I’ve lived in big towns and small towns, houses and apartments, in town and out of town, and I have to say, country living is where it’s at!
There’s a lot to like about being in the city limits – close proximity to work, shopping, and schools, among them. But as someone that’s been crammed into a tiny house on a tiny city lot before, there’s something to be said for having a bit of room to spread out.Read more
The real estate market in Fremont County has been sluggish lately because of the downturn in the economy the last couple of years.
I’ve met a lot of people that have been thinking about selling their home and moving up to something bigger (or even downsizing) but haven’t pulled the trigger given the state of the economy.
But for the people that dream of selling their home, 2017 might just be the year to do it.Read more
There’s a lot that goes into the sale of your home, to be sure.
Your home has to be priced right for the market. Your Realtor needs to market it effectively as well.
Sometimes, the time of year will even determine how quickly your home sells. For example, homes typically sell faster July than they do in December, partly because it’s warmer and partly because no one wants to move during the holidays.Read more
With the new year comes a renewed interest for many homeowners to sell their home. Whether you’re in need of a larger home, need to downsize, or simply need to move to a new town, getting your current home sold for top dollar will require a few steps.
The long, cold Wyoming winter has finally started! With the few weeks we have before the snow really starts to fly and the temperatures plummet, it’s important to take a Saturday to tend to a few things around the house so that your home makes it through the winter safe and sound. Many of these tasks will also save you money in the long run, so it’s a win-win situation!
A lot of people think that summer is the ideal time to buy a home. Granted, the warm weather is nice, but there are lots of reasons to think about making a home purchase now that we’re approaching the cooler months of the fall.