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How to Save $100k To Buy Your New Home

How to Save $100k To Buy Your New Home

Buying a home is often the largest purchase one will make in a lifetime. And saving $100K on your next home sounds crazy, right? While saving up for a whopping six-figure milestone down payment may be a challenge for some, it is not actually impossible. How to save...

Considering a Fixer-Upper? Signs to Avoid a Money Pit

Considering a Fixer-Upper? Signs to Avoid a Money Pit

There are times when buyers can score a great deal on fixer-uppers. Sometimes, when a property just requires too much TLC, it eventually turns out to be not a good investment after all. Before making an offer, keep a keen eye on some signs of a money pit property:...

4 Easy Things to do to Make Your Home a Happier Place

4 Easy Things to do to Make Your Home a Happier Place

When your entire life is happening inside your home, especially these days, it matters how that space feels and functions. Your space should feel like an oasis -- a refuge from all the not-so-good things happening in our lives. In fact, there are simple tweaks you can...

What Coronavirus Means For Your Mortgage

What Coronavirus Means For Your Mortgage

So many people throughout the United States and throughout California are impacted by COVID-19, the coronavirus. Many homeowners like yourself are probably full of questions, worries, and concerns about mortgage payments in light of the Coronavirus situation.  We hope...

Buyers and Sellers – Surviving the Home Inspection

Buyers and Sellers – Surviving the Home Inspection

It's very important for both a home seller and buyer that the property fare well on the inspection, for it means no serious issues have been discovered. But what exactly are the things to watch out for? What’s in the Home Inspector’s Checklist? This depends on the...

Make Sure You’re Not Doing These Four Things To Your Pool

Make Sure You’re Not Doing These Four Things To Your Pool

Despite cities slowly opening, most are still keen to stay safe in their homes and spend their vacation indoors. The stay-at-home order doesn’t mean that summer is canceled this year- in fact, there’s a sudden demand for backyard swimming. Before taking a dip, we...

Socially Distanced Real Estate: How We Do It

Socially Distanced Real Estate: How We Do It

The coronavirus has reshaped the way a highly personable industry—like real estate—does business. FaceTime tours, Facebook Live Q&As, and 3-D virtual tours are just some of the new norm activities done to attract buyers and sellers during quarantine. Here are the...

Finding Harmony: Feng Shui Basics for Your Home

Finding Harmony: Feng Shui Basics for Your Home

You may already know about Feng Shui (pronounced “fung shway”) as it has gained popularity through celebrity enthusiasts like Gwyneth Paltrow and Marie Kondo. While this ancient Chinese belief—that the way your house is built or the way that you arrange objects...

How Broadpoint Properties Handles Fair Housing Law

How Broadpoint Properties Handles Fair Housing Law

How Broadpoint Properties Handles Fair Housing Law All of us at Broadpoint Properties are outraged about the recent murder of another Black person by Minneapolis police officers and the continued violent response by police against protestors. We have to speak out. We...