Complicated real estate jargon can make your buying or selling experience even more confusing. That's why we're defining and demystifying some of the most commonly used real estate terms.
Don't let real estate jargon overcomplicate your buying and selling experience. Our glossary is here to help you understand the most important terms.
Wondering exactly what an open house in real estate is? This post walks buyers and sellers through everything they need to know to make the most of open houses.
Juggling both buying and selling isn’t easy. That's why some people add a home sale contingency in their offer on a new home. Here's what a contingency means.
Are you buying or selling a home in Texas? One feature that’s unique to the Texas real estate market is the option period. So how does an option period work?
One real estate element that many of us tend to forget is the earnest money deposit. Whether you’re a buyer or seller, here’s what you’ll want to know.
At some point, you may have come across an "active contingent" listing. Here’s a look at what active contingent means and what active contingent status is.
There are a ton of details that go into a real estate contract, from concessions to contingencies. Let's break down what a contingent offer means.
If you’re a potential home buyer or seller, you'll want to know everything about appraisal contingencies for real estate and how they can affect your home sale.
One piece of the real estate puzzle that a home buyer and seller will likely negotiate is a seller concession. Here’s exactly what a seller concession means.
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