Glen Gonzales

Prepare Your Floors For Better Results When Selling Your House

While there are many areas of concern you want to concentrate on when you are putting your house up for sale on the market, the flooring is one of them. It can play a big role in the way a person feels about your house for some different reasons. This article can be a useful guide to indoor flooring and things you should consider when getting your home ready for buyers to come through looking at it. Read More 

Are You Single? 3 Tips For Purchasing A House

Don't think that you can buy a home because you're single? Think again, because 25% of homebuyers are actually single adults. A single person may have different priorities than someone with a family that is buying a home, so follow these tips to ensure success with your purchase. Use Your Mortgage Approval Amount as a Guide Your mortgage lender will determine how large of a loan they are willing to give you with a formula. Read More 

Factors to Consider Before Lowering the Asking Price of Your Home

Trying to sell a house can be frustrating when no one seems to want it. If you are in this situation, you may want to consider lowering your asking price. Lowering the price can make a difference with selling a house, but you should not rush into this too quickly. In fact, you should analyze the following three questions before you lower the price. How Long Has it Been Listed? Read More 

Should You Buy A Home On Wooded Land?

If you have always loved spending time in the woods, then purchasing a home on wooded land may be the perfect choice for you. But there are some risks involved with buying a home on such property. So, you need to look over a specific property carefully and ask the right questions before you sign on the dotted line. Here are four things to check out before buying a home on wooded land. Read More 

Beware The Right Of First Refusal Clause When Purchasing A Home

Buying a home is normally a straightforward process where the seller accepts the buyer's offer and the buyer writes a check for the purchase price. Sometimes, though, the process may be interrupted by the homeowner's or condo association. In particular, some associations have right of first refusal clauses in their contracts that essentially gives them final say over whether the sale can go through or not. Here's more information about this clause and how it will affect your home-buying endeavor. Read More