The National Association of REALTORS® consumer website, HouseLogic, offers tips for entering the real estate market for both Buyers and Sellers. The website features articles with tips for finding a home, understanding how much mortgage you can afford, staging your home for sale and finding a REALTOR®.
Buyers - find the resources to be prepared for your home purchase
Sellers - find the resources to get the most out of your investment
Visit the Buyer and Seller Section of the HouseLogic site to get the tools you need and find a local Vail Valley REALTOR® here.
The American dream of home ownership is alive and well even after the battering prices and budgets took during the housing crisis, according to a survey by Chase. A total of 87% of respondents said owning their home is something they have always wanted.
"Owning a home is at the heart of most Americans' dreams," said Chase Mortgage Banking CEO Kevin Watters. "And people are saving as much as possible to achieve home ownership."
The Vail Board of Realtors® is a professional trade association of over 650 licensed real estate agents and 200 Affiliate Members.
Our members abide by a strict code of ethics and have access to a wide variety of business services that are not available to non-Realtors®. This gives them a competitive edge in the marketplace, enabling them to provide superior services to buyers and sellers of real property.
Use this site to find a Realtor®, or more about homes available for sale to compare prices in your neighborhood or to find your dream home. You can also search all upcoming Open Houses throughout the area.
Melissa Dittmann Tracey, REALTOR(R) Magazine
From the National Association of REALTORS® website, Houselogic
De-cluttering and cleaning are the two most important things sellers can do to get their house ready for showings. But small touches — new bathroom towels, a well-placed bouquet of flowers or an accent color — can liven up your listings.
Here, we spent about $70 on fresh flowers and another $400 on props to stage a few key areas of a 1920s bungalow. Other props were borrowed.