A Multi-Family Home

  • Going To College? Four Reasons To Prioritize Off-Campus Housing

    2 February 2016

    Renting an apartment may seem like the last thing you want to do if you are preparing to leave for college and want a traditional college experience. While living in a dorm room has some benefits, it can be costly and come with a number of other problems you may not have considered. If you are uncertain of whether an apartment is the right move for you while attending college, consider some of the benefits below.

  • Need To Sell Your House? Why An Agent Is The Best Way To Go

    30 January 2016

    If you're going to be out of town to relocate for work and you need to sell your house, it's best to leave the work to a real estate agent. There are many benefits to doing it this way instead of trying to sell it by owner when you can get back home, or to have a friend that isn't a real estate agent do the work. The commission that you pay a real estate agent is worth the cost for a variety of reasons.

  • 2 Benefits Of Purchasing A House That Is Part Of An HOA

    29 January 2016

    If you are looking to buy a house you might be wondering if you should purchase a home with a homeowners association (HOA). Many people wonder if it is worth the fees and if it is the best thing for their community and their home. There are many benefits to buying a home within an HOA like Cornerstone Properties Inc. Here are a couple things to consider. 1. Better Maintained Neighborhood

  • Selling Your Home? 5 Reasons To Board Your Dog

    28 January 2016

    If you are looking to sell your home because you bought a starter home in the first place, you are most likely ready to buy a property that accommodates every need of your family—including your dog. While you should have saved up money to contribute to the purchase of a new home, you can also use the money that you get from selling your current home to put towards a down payment.

  • Leasing Your Home As A Fast Solution When Relocating

    27 January 2016

    If you're a homeowner and have just been informed that you have to relocate to another state for your job, you may be looking at your current home in despair. Despite relatively brisk sales, the housing market can still be unpredictable, and you can't count on selling your home quickly. That means you might not have enough money on hand to buy a new home in your new location. However, that dilemma has a very bright silver lining in the form of renting -- in both locations.

  • Important Considerations When Buying Your First Home

    27 January 2016

    Have you finally saved up enough money to put a down payment on a house? Are you looking at homes for sale, but are getting confused by all the options? Choosing the right home can be tricky, especially if you plan to stay in the same house for decades. Here are a few things to consider when trying to find the perfect house: Purchase price: When looking at homes for sale, too many people choose the features they want first and then look at the price.

  • How To Make The Most Out Of A Studio Apartment

    26 January 2016

    Studio apartments are usually fairly small in size, usually consisting of the kitchen, living and bedroom space all in one open and common area, and a small bathroom. Your studio apartment can be made to feel larger with a few creative decorating and storage tips. See below for a few of these helpful tips.  Divide The Space Since there aren't any walls dividing your space, you'll need to do this yourself.