This is a perennial and evergreen question that comes to me often working in real estate with Sellers. In this article, we will explore the truth behind this and rest the answer to one of the biggest myths that Open House helps sell a home.
This article will address the two major categories of home ownership – Condominium and Freehold. The aim is to dig deep into these two ownership types and describe the differences and what each one has to offer to make an educated buying decision.
In this write-up, we will review what are the four most important factors to consider when buying a home for your own living or as an investment.
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