You Get The Keys!

Congratulations! You did it. You are now the proud owner of a new home in California's Bay Area and can begin the process of making it your own. Your Bay Area Modern real estate agent will arrange for you to get the keys and you can schedule the moving van, move into your new place, then relax and celebrate; but, before you do, don't forget to put the utilities in your name and change your address with the post office!

Contact the Bay Area Modern real estate team and let us know how we can help make all your homeowner’s dreams come true. Our highly experienced team can assist you every step of the way to make this exciting experience as pleasant as possible, from the first house-hunting expedition to a successful closing.

Two New Surveys Indicate Urban to Suburban Lean

There has been much talk around the possibility that Americans are feeling less enamored with the benefits of living in a large city and now may be longing for the open spaces that suburban and rural areas provide. In a recent Realtor Magazine ...

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Three Ways to Win in a Bidding War

With so few houses for sale today and low mortgage rates driving buyer activity, bidding wars are becoming more common. Multiple-offer scenarios are heating up, so it's important to get pre-approved before you start your search. This way, you can ...

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Why Is It so Important to Be Pre-Approved in the Homebuying Process?

You may have heard that pre-approval is a great first step in the homebuying process. But why is it so important? When looking for a home, the temptation to fall in love with a house that's outside your budget is very real. So, before you start ...

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The Top Reasons People Are Moving This Year

Today, Americans are moving for a variety of different reasons. The current health crisis has truly re-shaped our lifestyles and our needs. Spending extra time where we currently live is enabling many families to re-evaluate what homeownership ...

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Forbearance Numbers Are Lower than Expected

Originally, some housing industry analysts were concerned that the mortgage forbearance program (which allows families to delay payments to a later date) could lead to an increase in foreclosures when forbearances end. Some even worried that we ...

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