Five ways to start building equity in a home
Buying a home is not easy, so many decisions. Big decisions, little decisions, forever decisions! Buying a home can sometimes feel like an overwhelming commitment, paying a mortgage every month for 30 years! Pay off your home faster, build equity in your new home and increase your home’s value with these tips!
Omaha real estate you won’t want to miss: PART 2
As a homebuyer, it is important to pick a home with all the requirements you want, which include location, school district and the neighborhood itself. That's why, The Fairfield Team is dedicated to showing off the best houses that Omaha has to offer!
How millennials are changing the real estate market
In 2019, housing markets are evovling to cater to millennial home buyers. In order to do this, The Fairfield Team has come up with millennial housing trends and a millennial home wish list to help you get to know your first-time homebuyers.
Relocating to Omaha in the fall
It’s hard to believe, but summer’s winding down and school is around the corner! If you’re looking at relocating to Omaha, you couldn’t have chosen a better season.
Don’t Go FSBO! - Top 6 Reasons To Use A Realtor
We’ve been running into stories from clients who were soured on the idea of using a real estate agent because of a bad realtor experience in their past, but after trying the “For Sale By Owner” (FSBO) route, they wanted to find some great realtors to work with. Besides being realtors ourselves, why do we recommend that people avoid trying to FSBO their homes when they’re working on selling?
FAQ : What Is A Rent-Back Agreement?
At most residential real estate closings, after all the paperwork is signed and the final transaction check has been handed over, the new buyer is handed a set of keys to their new home. It’s all theirs! They now have the right to move in and possess their new home. However, some closings do not end so neatly. From time to time in our experience dealing with the Omaha housing market, we’ve had to deal with a situation where the seller wants to remain in the home after closing on the sale. This can happen for any number of reasons, but generally involves the seller’s new home not being ready for them to move in yet.