Wichita Real Estate Blog

5 Mistakes Sellers Make and How to Avoid Them

When it comes to selling a home, many consumers jump into the process without properly arming themselves with all the information needed for a rewarding outcome. While it may seem like a cut and dry process, there is much more to it than simply listing your home, finding a buyer, and signing the papers. It is not unusual for sellers to start the process and quickly become...

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The Top Questions and Answers for Homebuyers

Do you want to buy your first home but are new to the home-buying process? Or do you want to learn about how it all works so you´re prepared for the future when you decide to buy your home? Whether you´re new to buying a home or want to know the ins and outs of the home-buying process or simply need a review, we´re here to give you some guidance. We know the proc...

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Alternatives to Sell Your Home

It can be stressful and overwhelming if you're in the position of selling your home, especially if you don't have any potential buyers. You´ve taken the time and maybe even spent money to put your home on the market in the hopes of receiving some offers. However, you haven't had a breakthrough yet. Well, fortunately for you, there are other alternatives to sell your home. Let's review some other...

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The Benefits of Buying Your Home with Cash

Do you ever think about what your dream home would be like – a place that is actually for you and your family?  Most people do, but you would have to be in the position to provide a reasonable cash offer for a home to actually be considered yours. Most buyers are able to become homeowners via a mortgage loan. There are only a small selection of people who are abl...

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How do Investors Profit from Real Estate?

Real estate investors all have one goal in common: to profit from real estate investment. There are some different ways to accumulate profitable income. For this reason, it's crucial to build a strategic plan in order to benefit from real estate investment. So, the question is: How do investors profit from real estate? In this article...

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Buy a Home or Rent: What is the Best Option for You?

Are you at a stage in your life where you want to venture out on your own but don´t know whether to buy a home? Maybe you are currently renting and are deciding whether you should buy? On the other hand, do you currently own your home and are thinking about selling it; wondering if renting would be a better choice for you? If you’ve asked yourself one of these qu...

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A Professional Home Buyer Versus A Traditional Buyer

Are you looking to sell your home right away for quick cash? Well, if you want to sell your home for cash or are considering the possibility, you should review the difference between a professional home buyer and a traditional buyer before making a decision on whom you´re going to sell it to. You should take the time to review your options - in other words, do the...

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How Does A Rent To Own Home Work?

Owning a home is probably one of the most important achievements you’ll make in your lifetime. Building up your credit, saving for a down payment, and finding a home in your price range that fits your needs takes hard work and dedication. Affording a home can be challenging and many people choose to rent throughout their entire lives because of this. However, ther...

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Protect your investment – Winterize your home

Now that colder temperatures are finally here, it’s a good idea to protect your home if you haven’t already. Taking steps to make your home more energy efficient will help you save money on your utility bills, and winterizing your home can prevent costly repairs. Here are just a few easy ways to prepare your home for cold weather. According to the US Department of Energy, drafts can waste 5% t...

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5 Credit Habits to Break in 2015

Ready to win your financial resolutions?

Find out how to succeed in 2015.

By Becky Frost If you’re identifying 2015 — or even 2016 — as the year you make a major housing change, you’ll want to confirm that your credit behaviors are at their best. Buying a house is probably the biggest expense most of us ever take on in life. Your ...

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