The 3 Areas to Focus On to Write a Home Offer That Sellers Will Love

Posted by John Kilduff II // August 27, 2018

Home Offer

Many buyers are struggling in the housing market this year. With low inventory and high demand, there are many buyers writing a home offer for the same house. This can make the process very frustrating for home buyers. It’s important if you’re interested in buying a house that you are staying on top of the […]

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6 Tips for Getting Your House Ready to Sell

Posted by John Kilduff II // August 20, 2018

House Ready to Sell

If you are like most home sellers there are some things that you want to do to your house before it’s ready to sell. Because your house will receive the most attention when it is first listed, sellers need to make sure your house will appeal to buyers before you put it on the market. […]

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How to Win a Bidding War (Without Increasing Your Offer Price)

Posted by John Kilduff II // August 13, 2018

Bidding War

Real estate markets around the country are continuing to see a low amount of inventory. This can lead to a hot seller’s market. That’s frustrating news as a buyer. If you’re trying to buy a house right now, you have a lot of competition. This means you have a good chance of ending up in […]

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5 Home Selling Myths that You Should Not Believe

Posted by John Kilduff II // August 6, 2018

Home Selling

There’s a lot of “advice” when home selling. Some of this is good advice and others not so much. It’s important when making a decision as big as home selling that you understand the truth behind all of the advice. Separating the myths from the truth can be tricky. Here are five home selling myths […]

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7 Ways to Learn a Seller’s Motivation When Buying a House

Posted by John Kilduff II // July 30, 2018

Buying a House

When buying a house, a buyer needs to know why the homeowner is selling. Some homeowners are trying to sell their home in hopes of moving into a different one, but are not motivated to do the legwork. Others need to sell to get out of a mortgage that is facing foreclosure. When it comes […]

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Missteps that Will Hurt First-Time Home Buyers

Posted by John Kilduff II // July 23, 2018

First-Time Home Buyers

Someone who has never bought a house may be lost in the world of real estate. There are so many things to learn in so little time, and some first-time home buyers make dire mistakes as they go along. Most people will not buy and sell more than a couple homes in their lives, so […]

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8 Problems That Will Stop a House Sale for Home Sellers

Posted by John Kilduff II // July 16, 2018

Home Sellers

It is not easy for home sellers to sell a house. There are a number of factors to consider and it is easy to overlook something, especially for the home sellers. Before putting the house on the market, home sellers will want to be aware of these eight common problems seen when trying to sell […]

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How Much Is Good Credit Really Worth When Buying a House

Posted by John Kilduff II // July 9, 2018

Good Credit

It’s not a secret that your credit score is going to play a big role in your ability to buy a house. Lenders look to give mortgages to buyers that have high credit scores. A good credit score shows that you are a safe risk. While you can still obtain a mortgage with a slightly […]

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Anchored Ambassador – Take The Tour Now

Posted by John Edwards // July 6, 2018

Anchored Homes is proud to be south Jersey’s premier real estate solutions company. We take a great deal of pride in assisting homeowners who are looking to sell their home, as well as the homebuyer looking for quality and affordability.  We look to make both the home selling, as well as the home buying, experience […]

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Is it Ever Worth it to Make an Offer Over Asking Price?

Posted by John Kilduff II // July 2, 2018

Asking Price

Making a great offer on a house can be the make or break moment for many buyers.  Some sellers are motivated to sell quickly while others want top dollar for their house. A coveted home may have many offers pouring in.  Putting in an offer that is above asking price could be the way a […]

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