• Posted on June 9, 2016 by Michael G. Anderson
    Of course your lawn is good for backyard barbecues, playtime for your pets and kids, and boosting the curb appeal of your home if you’re selling. But did you know that even when...
  • Posted on June 2, 2016 by Michael G. Anderson
    The Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and Half Marathon is right around the corner (June 3-5). Even if you’re not a marathon runner, the event might inspire you to get out and hit the...
  • Posted on May 23, 2016 by The Anderson Estates
    Most prospective buyers and sellers believe that negotiating their real estate agreement is complete at the contract signing. By that time, the counteroffers have been made and there has been plenty of back and forth – so, you feel it’s safe to assume that the deal will be a breeze until its closing. However, the common reality is that the wheeling and dealing only begins with your agreement. Even in super-competitive markets, negotiations only happen once in escrow. However, the findings of a home inspection can be a great negotiating point. Here are three tips for negotiating repairs.
  • Posted on May 16, 2016 by The Anderson Estates
    Investing in real estate has many risks that can derail even the best-looking deals. Make sure you address the known perils and reduce the probability that something will go astray with your purchase.