On the Move: The RE/MAX Blog

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  1. On a Roller Coaster: Buying in a Hot Market

    March 24, 2014

    My husband and I put our lovely, old, equity-rich home on the market. The idea was to sell high (isn’t it always?) and buy low (ditto). It would be an adventure, we thought.​ We were right on that account!

  2. Fit to Sell Video: Pre-Listing Home Inspections

    March 19, 2014

    In the most recent RE/MAX “Fit to Sell” episode, you’ll learn why having your home inspected before it hits the market could improve its appraisal.

  3. Paying Back Uncle Sam for First-Time Homebuyer Credit

    March 13, 2014

    If you took advantage of the tax credit, learn whether the repayment rule might apply to you.

  4. Highlights Video: February Housing Report​

    February 21, 2014

    Watch a 40-second highlights video of the latest RE/MAX National Housing Report.

  5. Fit to Sell Video: Preparing Your Home for the Right Buyer

    February 20, 2014

    Not every house is right for every buyer. Determine who’s most likely to fall in love with and purchase your home, and you’ll be one step ahead of the selling game.

  6. 9 Signs You're in Love With Your House

    February 14, 2014

    Find out just how deep your feelings go for the place you call home.

  7. Fit to Sell Video: Prepack to Impress

    February 12, 2014

    Before interested buyers ever cross your home’s threshold, declutter both public and private spaces to show the house is move-in ready.

  8. Fit to Sell Video: Top 5 Items to Prep Your Home for Sale

    February 6, 2014

    Getting ready to put your home on the market? There are a few things you’ll want to do before you roll out the welcome mat for buyers.

  9. Leaving Maintenance Behind for Condo Living

    February 4, 2014

    For so many owners, like my friend Teresa, condos provide the perfect lifestyle.

  10. New Step Toward Delaying Flood Insurance Premium Hikes

    January 31, 2014

    It’s great news! Thursday the Senate voted to delay homeowners’ rate increases for at least four years, and the measure now moves to the House of Representatives.