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    Which financial vehicles are the best fit

    By Stephanie Prescott | January 30, 2023

    Did you know that you can buy a home using various financial vehicles? You do not have to have all the cash ready and set aside to buy a home. You can tap into a number of financial vehicles. While an all-cash offer can speed up a transaction timeframe because you don’t have to go... Read More

    Jason West RE/MAX Capitol Properties Agent

    By Stephanie Prescott | January 27, 2023

    Re/Meet Jason West, RE/MAX Capitol Properties agent! Enjoy learning more about Jason and his family. They were recently interviewed by Angela Burge for an article in STROLL, The Pointe magazine, below. I’d like to thank her for highlighting Jason and his family! Jason West had a non-traditional career path that led him to real estate. ... Read More

    5 Tips For Successful Homeownership

    By Stephanie Prescott | January 25, 2023

    You’ve made it through making the offer, the home inspection, the mortgage process, and the closing, you might think it’s time to kick back, relax and enjoy your new place. Don’t get too complacent, though. Moving into a new home means you’ll need to take some immediate action to make sure you’ll be a successful... Read More

    Which agencies to work with

    By Stephanie Prescott | January 23, 2023

    Often times when we are looking for a real estate professional, we will go with what seems familiar. RE/MAX is the #1 Brand Globally. But what does that mean? It means that agents are supplied with the best environment. When a RE/MAX agent is set up to be successful they can focus on the clients.... Read More

    Saving Up Cash For A Home

    By Stephanie Prescott | January 20, 2023

    Saving for a house is hard work (and might take a bit more time than you want it to), but you can do it! And we’ll show you how. Is It Better to Pay Off Debt or Save for a Down Payment First? If you have any debt, hands down the smartest thing you can... Read More

    What is the repair provision in a real estate contract?

    By Stephanie Prescott | January 18, 2023

    Sellers have to be prepared to make repairs for buyers, while buyers need to understand they’re buying a used home and not a new construction home.  As a seller, you want to make sure your home is in the best possible condition for your buyers and to remove any objections prior to marketing your home... Read More

    Who to hire as your real estate agent

    By Stephanie Prescott | January 16, 2023

    An interesting statistic shared with me was that millennials are most likely to hire a real estate agent. I was surprised by this because they are the generation known for being technologically advanced, aka tech savvy. Therefore, a part of me thought they’d be the ones to cut corners using the real estate disruption services.... Read More

    A Merry Monday Thank You

    By Stephanie Prescott | January 13, 2023

    Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant was the final destination for our Homeee, the elf.  With Merry Mondays coming to a close, we wanted to say thank you to everyone for your participation. It is one of our favorite activities because we get to connect with our clients, learn more about our community and spread holiday cheer.  Thank... Read More

    Will Home Prices Drop In 2023

    By Stephanie Prescott | January 11, 2023

    Are you wondering what is happening in the current real estate market? Steve Prescott, Broker/Owner at RE/MAX Capitol Properties, shared in his recent YouTube video stat comparisons for 2021 versus 2022 and gave his opinion for the question he keeps being asked, will home prices drop in 2023? How Many Homes Sold in 2022 vs.... Read More

    Houses for Sale Near Me

    By Stephanie Prescott | January 10, 2023

    We will often go for a walk or a drive and come across a home for sale near us. We will look at the flyer associated with the property if we are walking by, or we will later look it up online. Home shopping is a continuous process because it revolves so much around timing.... Read More