Saturday, February 26, 2022 / by Jeannette Johnson
Whether your parents decided to make a move when they retired or you relocated to pursue your career, managing a long-distance relationship with aging family members can be a challenge. If you find yourself considering whether it is time to put down roots closer to your senior loved ones, this guide from the Sadle Home Selling Team can help you make that decision.
Data cited on LongTermCare.gov shows that a person who is 65 or over has about a 70% chance of needing long-term care services at some point. If you or your loved one is having difficulty paying for outside assistance, you may want to consider whether you could provide some or all of these services yourself if you lived closer to your family member. Additionally, if you do choose to use support services, moving closer will make it easier for you to ensure your loved one is properly cared for and deal with any emergencies.
Even if you move closer, there may be some help you won&rsquos ...
Monday, August 2, 2021 / by Jeannette Johnson
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If you're a first-time real estate investor, you need to understand that buying your first investment property doesn't take place overnight. While the actual act of purchasing a place can take a few hours, the Sadle Home Selling Team reminds there are a few essential steps to consider before proceeding with the endeavor.
What to Do When Investing in a Property for the First Time
Learning about investing - especially in real estate - is a must before you commit to purchasing your first investment property. Take a good look at your financial possibilities and ensure you are ready before taking the first step towards making your money work for you. Here is an overview to help you take the necessary steps towards achieving your investing dream.
Decide What Property Type You Want
Before you even start looking for a place to invest in, you need to know what type of building you want to own. Each property type - commercial, residential, industrial, etc. — c. ...
Monday, July 26, 2021 / by Jeannette Johnson
When you decide to sell your home, suddenly you have to think of your space objectively. Staging and preparing a home for sale isn’t just about making your home look good in photos or nailing an aesthetic — it’s about making the space as appealing for potential buyers as possible. The right prep work can get you plenty of offers and help move your home off the market faster.
One often-overlooked aspect of staging a home is having your space cleaned. Many people think that their own cleaning skills are enough to make the space appealing to buyers. However, professional cleaners go above and beyond to ensure your home looks its absolute best. Here’s a look at a few common questions people have about professional cleaning for staging a home, presented today by the Sadle Home Selling Team.
Q1: Do Buyers Really Care?
A1: A clean, well-staged home will have a far easier time selling than a messy or poorly decorated one. Indeed, if you’re selling during s ...
Tuesday, April 28, 2020 / by Rick Sadle
Welcome to what is the first pandemic for most of us! My parents predate polio so this pandemic is new even for them. You might be scared. You might be wondering if this is the new normal. The truth is—no one knows how long this pandemic will last. No one knows how long you will have to shelter in place. It’s a scary time for us all, worried about our health and the health of our vulnerable loved ones.
But, once this immediate health crisis passes (and it will—rest assured, life will return to normal)—what will happen to the economy? Many folks have been laid off, most temporarily, some permanently. Others have had their jobs phased out or changed. The stock market is as volatile as ever. Real Estate at this time may seem terribly uncertain, but, it’s a giant part of the economy—an estimated 22% of all jobs in the United States are real estate related. Rest assured, your local agent is as busy as ever, the housing market remains strong. Now is a . ...