5 Ways Coronavirus is Impacting The Housing Market in Greensboro

The coronavirus and COVID-19 have altered almost every aspect of our lives, from the business landscape to entertainment to schooling. And real estate and the housing market in Greensboro have by no means come through unscathed. Real estate is still chugging along, of course, but there have been some changes – changes that both buyers … Continued

5 Estate Planning Tips for Homeowners in Greensboro

It’s a common misconception that only wealthy people need to worry about estate planning. Really, though, it should be a concern for most people, especially for homeowners. With no estate plan in place, there’s no way for your estate to pass on to your heirs/beneficiaries without the delay caused by the long and complex process … Continued

Pros and Cons of Using a Flat Fee Real Estate Agent in Greensboro

Today, when money is so tight, more and more home sellers are looking for a way to save, especially by reducing or eliminating agent commissions. To that end, some sellers are choosing the for-sale-by-owner (FSBO) option (though this isn’t recommended for first-time sellers) while others are using a flat fee real estate agent. This latter … Continued

5 Tips For Handling a Long Distance Move in Greensboro

Do you have a long distance move, maybe even across the country, coming up? You’re certainly not alone. Every year, about 14% of the population relocates to a new location and a new home. And for most of them, moving long distance is a dreaded and onerous undertaking. It doesn’t have to be like that, … Continued

7 People You Need To Notify When You Move in Greensboro

When you have to move, notifying all the right people makes the transition much smoother than it otherwise would be. If you know whom to notify and then do it, it will help you avoid headaches and trauma later on. You don’t want to move to a new house without heat or electricity, do you? … Continued