3 Reasons to Buy a House in 2017

Posted by John Kilduff II // June 19, 2017

Buy a House

The real estate market can be hard to read and difficult to predict. You never know exactly when it could change and what could set it off. However, there are some signs that have been indicating that if you are thinking it is time to buy a house it would be in your benefit to […]

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The Home Seller’s Guide to the Home Inspection

Posted by John Kilduff II // June 12, 2017

Home Inspection

When you are selling your house the news that an offer has been made is music to your ears. However, accepted offers do not always translate to closed deals. The majority of offers made include contingencies, with one of the most common contingencies being a home inspection. Understanding the ins and outs of a home […]

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Consider THIS Before Refinancing Your House

Posted by John Kilduff II // June 5, 2017


Refinancing your mortgage can be a great way to save money. Over the past several years interest rates on mortgages hit all-time lows. However, rates have started to increase after the election and rumor has it that rates are going to be on the rise. If you didn’t take advantage of the previously low interest […]

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When You Should Buy a Fixer Upper

Posted by John Kilduff II // May 29, 2017

Fixer Upper

There is plenty of information out there about buying a fixer upper. Some buyers want to avoid them at all costs and others think that every house that is in disrepair is a good one to buy. So, who is right? The answer depends on the situation. There are three main times when it makes […]

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What You Need to Know About Property Showings

Posted by John Kilduff II // May 22, 2017

Property Showings

Sellers can quickly become frustrated with repeated requests for last minute property showings. The rush around the house to clean, tidy up, and remove the pet is not something that sellers want to do over and over again. However, most homebuyers are not going to buy a house without looking at it, which means that […]

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3 Things to Avoid as a First-Time Homebuyer

Posted by John Kilduff II // May 15, 2017

First-Time Homebuyer

Being a first-time homebuyer can be challenging. There are a number of steps involved in purchasing a house and since it is one of the largest purchases that you will make in your lifetime, you want to make sure that you get it right. Educating yourself on the process before you get started is the […]

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8 Tips to Help Get Your House Sold

Posted by John Kilduff II // May 8, 2017

House Sold

Some houses sit on the market month after month while there are other houses that receive multiple offers within the first week. What is the difference between these houses? The answer to that question can be crucial information to sellers who are looking to sell their house quickly. The selling process can be tremendously stressful […]

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Understanding Who Attends an Open House – Realtor Williamsburg VA

Posted by John Kilduff II // May 1, 2017

Realtor Williamsburg VA

One of the best marketing tool a Realtor Williamsburg VA uses to sell a property is hold an open house. It is a good investment of time and a solid strategy for bringing multiple potential buyers through the house in a short amount of time. This can help buyers to take action if they are […]

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How Bad Credit Affects Buying a Home

Posted by John Kilduff II // April 24, 2017

Bad Credit

If you are looking to purchase a home with bad credit the good news is that there is a chance that you will still be able to. The bad news is it is going to cost you in many ways. That being said, credit can be improved. With some work you will be able to […]

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Watch Out For These Red Flags in the Seller’s Disclosure

Posted by John Kilduff II // April 17, 2017

Seller’s Disclosure

There is a lot of paperwork involved when buying a house. Understanding what the documents are for and why they are important will help you navigate your way through the home buying process. The seller’s disclosure is one that you need to understand to avoid buying a house with potential problems. If you see any […]

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