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False Assumptions About Real Estate Agents

False Assumptions About Real Estate Agents

Driving nice cars, looking at homes all day, and going to fancy lunch meetings – ah, what a sweet life a real estate agent has, right? Hate to break it to you but these stereotypes are far from reality. Today, we debunk some common assumptions about real estate...

Things to Consider Before You Buy a Foreclosure

Things to Consider Before You Buy a Foreclosure

We always talk about homebuying must-dos and tips here in our blog. Buying a foreclosure home is a slightly different story. The main difference between buying a foreclosure and a traditional property is that with a foreclosure, the seller is the bank. They are...

Things to Do When Moving into a New Home

Things to Do When Moving into a New Home

Want a hassle-free move? The key is to be organized and plan your move well in advance. We’ve got you covered: 6 Weeks Before: Buy moving supplies such as boxes, tape, bubble wrap and other moving essentials. Downsize belongings. This will help save money on your...

Signs You Hired the Wrong Real Estate Agent

Signs You Hired the Wrong Real Estate Agent

Hiring a qualified agent—someone who will be able to take you step-by-step through the process—can be difficult. But hiring the wrong agent is a big mistake. Here are eight tell-tale signs you hired the wrong agent. Bad First Impression One’s first impression is...

Which Loan Is Right for Your Home

Which Loan Is Right for Your Home

Buying a home is often the largest purchase one will make in their lifetime. So we want to make sure we’re making the right decision every step of the way. One of the most important considerations is figuring out the right loan for you. But before knocking on lenders'...

Party in the USA: Ideas to Celebrate 4th of July

Party in the USA: Ideas to Celebrate 4th of July

Happy Independence Day, America! The streets are starting to be filled with stars and stripes and events lined up for this important day. If you’re thinking of having your own party at home, here are a few simple ideas for a patriotic celebration this coming July 4th....

Guilt-Free Ways to Declutter Keepsakes

Guilt-Free Ways to Declutter Keepsakes

  Your favorite stuffed bear from childhood, grandma’s old rocking chair, your kids’ artwork, your wedding dress, plane tickets to your travels abroad, and love notes from your spouse – these things probably put a smile on your face and brought you back in time....

Shop With Pride: Home Decor Supporting #Pride

Shop With Pride: Home Decor Supporting #Pride

We at Broadpoint Properties foster an environment where we treat each other and others with fairness. Celebrate Pride month with us by adding items into your home to show support to the LGBTQ+ community. Some of the home decor items featured below are from small local...

Get the Most Out of Buying Real Estate

Get the Most Out of Buying Real Estate

Buying a home is an exciting milestone and often the largest purchase one will make in a lifetime. So we want to make sure we’re making the right decision every step of the way. Here are ways to guarantee you’re making the best of your real estate purchase. Get the...

False Assumptions About Real Estate Agents

False Assumptions About Real Estate Agents

Driving nice cars, looking at homes all day, and going to fancy lunch meetings – ah, what a sweet life a real estate agent has, right? Hate to break it to you but these stereotypes are far from reality. Today, we debunk some common assumptions about real estate...

Things to Consider Before You Buy a Foreclosure

Things to Consider Before You Buy a Foreclosure

We always talk about homebuying must-dos and tips here in our blog. Buying a foreclosure home is a slightly different story. The main difference between buying a foreclosure and a traditional property is that with a foreclosure, the seller is the bank. They are...

Things to Do When Moving into a New Home

Things to Do When Moving into a New Home

Want a hassle-free move? The key is to be organized and plan your move well in advance. We’ve got you covered: 6 Weeks Before: Buy moving supplies such as boxes, tape, bubble wrap and other moving essentials. Downsize belongings. This will help save money on your...

Signs You Hired the Wrong Real Estate Agent

Signs You Hired the Wrong Real Estate Agent

Hiring a qualified agent—someone who will be able to take you step-by-step through the process—can be difficult. But hiring the wrong agent is a big mistake. Here are eight tell-tale signs you hired the wrong agent. Bad First Impression One’s first impression is...

Which Loan Is Right for Your Home

Which Loan Is Right for Your Home

Buying a home is often the largest purchase one will make in their lifetime. So we want to make sure we’re making the right decision every step of the way. One of the most important considerations is figuring out the right loan for you. But before knocking on lenders'...

Party in the USA: Ideas to Celebrate 4th of July

Party in the USA: Ideas to Celebrate 4th of July

Happy Independence Day, America! The streets are starting to be filled with stars and stripes and events lined up for this important day. If you’re thinking of having your own party at home, here are a few simple ideas for a patriotic celebration this coming July 4th....

False Assumptions About Real Estate Agents

False Assumptions About Real Estate Agents

Driving nice cars, looking at homes all day, and going to fancy lunch meetings – ah, what a sweet life a real estate agent has, right? Hate to break it to you but these stereotypes are far from reality. Today, we debunk some common assumptions about real estate...

Things to Consider Before You Buy a Foreclosure

Things to Consider Before You Buy a Foreclosure

We always talk about homebuying must-dos and tips here in our blog. Buying a foreclosure home is a slightly different story. The main difference between buying a foreclosure and a traditional property is that with a foreclosure, the seller is the bank. They are...

Things to Do When Moving into a New Home

Things to Do When Moving into a New Home

Want a hassle-free move? The key is to be organized and plan your move well in advance. We’ve got you covered: 6 Weeks Before: Buy moving supplies such as boxes, tape, bubble wrap and other moving essentials. Downsize belongings. This will help save money on your...