Five Ways Buyers Stall Negotiations

Communication is key during the home buying process. Be sure you are clearly communicating with your agent throughout the process, and be honest with them. Your Door agent is on your side, so share your preferences, concerns, and questions with them.

How to Find a Great Real Estate Agent

Finding a real estate agent shouldn’t be so difficult. At Door, we’ve take the guesswork out of finding a great agent by creating this list of questions you should be asking your potential agent.

How Sellers can Simplify the Selling Process

Selling your home is just as time intensive as shopping for a new one. Check out what Lead Agent Savannah Detten recommends to her Door Real Estate clients in Austin for making the process as easy as possible

Three Surprising things Buyers Value in the Houston Market

Real estate markets are rather predictable when it comes to where buyers place value. Kitchens, bathrooms, closet space, and flooring are major selling points across the national real estate market

Is my Home Warranty the Same as Homeowners Insurance?

A home warranty is often mistaken for homeowners insurance, but the two offer completely different coverage and advantages.

Five Ugly Truths about Traditional Real Estate Agents

Most people tend to think of real estate agents and car salesmen in the same way– a necessary evil. When you need a new car you work with the sales team and when you decide to buy or sell a home you work with a real estate agent.

How to Sell your Home to Millennials

Millennials are the largest generation since the Baby Boomer era, and many are shopping for their first homes. Millennials are known for their trendy, tech-savvy, and sustainability loving ways, but what does that mean for the real estate market?

Top Three Factors that Influence Home Buying

Niche needs are things potential buyers would love to have in their new home. Pet owners prefer homes with fenced yards, gardeners want homes with a large lot to stretch their green thumbs, and socialites want plenty of square footage for hosting.

How to Prepare your Home for Inspection

Ito Group Home Inspections created this quick guide to help prepare your home for inspection, and reduce the amount of items that appear on the inspection report for buyers

13 Ways to Lower your Electric Bill

Here are 13 ways you can keep cool during the summer and save on your electricity bill.

5 Reasons to Buy a House this Fall

Here are the 5 reasons you should consider buying a house this fall.

5 Steps to Submit a Competitive Offer in Fast-paced Markets

These are the 5 steps to making sure you submit a competitive offer on homes that are moving quick

How You Can Move For Less Than $300

If you've ever wondered how you can maximize your savings while moving, this is required reading.

REALTOR VS. Agent - What's the difference?

If you've ever wondered what the difference between a REALTOR and an Agent is, look no further. Here are the key distinctions between what qualifies a REALTOR and an Agent.

Six Staging Musts When Selling Your Home

These are the 6 essential things you must do when you are staging your home

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The Truth Behind For Sale by Owner Listings

Curious about for sale by owner (FSBO) listings? Here’s why Lead Agent and Broker Associate Sean Thomas advises against entering the real estate market without proper representation

Who Owns a Home When There are Multiple Names on a Mortgage?

Thinking of buying a home together? Make sure you know who will actually own the home before closing.

Three Important Items to Look for on an Inspection Report

These are the top 3 most important items you should be on the lookout for on your inspection report when purchasing your home.

Three Easy Ways to Research Property Online

Shopping for a new home is time intensive. Thankfully, you can reduce some of the legwork by using these three easy ways to research properties without leaving your chair.

Three Smart ways to Build Home Equity

Homeowners are often looking for ways to increase their home equity, and while building equity is a slow process– it doesn’t have to be a daunting one.