Rock Hill, SC Residential Real Estate Agent

Lee Hamilton – Allen Tate

Rock Hill, SC Residential Real Estate Agent

Lee Hamilton – Allen Tate

Rock Hill, SC Residential Real Estate Agent

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Rock Hill, SC Real Estate

Forget Your Emotions When Pricing Your Home

In almost every scenario, homeowners think their home is worth more than it actually is.  We have a self serving bias that is sometimes hard to get over, even in the face of facts.  To a perspective buyer, your home is just another property, but to you it is much...

Closing Costs

Whether you are buying a house or selling one, there are expenses that will be incurred.  These expenses are called closing costs and are collected at the time of closing on the property.  Typically, the buyer's costs are greater.  These include, but are not limited...

Tips For Summer Selling

It's no secret, summer is one of the best times to sell your home.  This summer the market will be red hot.  If you are trying to sell your home, now is the time to put your best foot forward.  Here are a few things to consider while your home is on the market over...

Rock Hill, SC

Rock Hill is not only my home town, it is also the place I do the vast majority of my business.  While I serve the entire York County area, my focus is, and has always been, Rock Hill.  Originally a railroad depot, Rock Hill got it's name from the fact that railway...

Earnest Money

When you make an offer on a house, the offer needs to be accompanied by an earnest money deposit.  The purpose of this is to show the seller your sincere intentions to purchase the property.  There is no set amount for earnest money, but the more you put down the...

Getting Pre-Approved for a Loan

Everyone loves to look at houses.  After all, that is the fun part of being a Realtor.  However, as a buyer, you should get pre-approved for a loan prior to starting your home search.  This will allow you to know what you can afford and will also ensure you are ready...

Short Sales

Despite their name, short sales are not a quick process.  There is a common misconception that short sales do not take long, but the "short" refers to the homeowner being short on their mortgage, or being underwater.  This means they owe more than the home is...

Contingencies

As a rule, it is best as a buyer to submit your offer with as few contingencies as possible.  This will make your offer more attractive to a seller.  Some contingencies are expected, such as financing, appraisal, and inspections but adding in additional ones can...

Staging Your Home

Once your home is listed and showings begin, you want to put your best foot forward.  Make your home look it's absolute best and bring out it's utmost potential.  This can help you get the most for your home and well as reduce days on market.  Here are a few tips for...

Home Inspections

While a home inspection is often not mandatory in a real estate transaction, it is highly recommended.  A home inspection is an objective analysis of the house and it's major components by a licensed professional.  Even new houses have problems that may go unseen by...

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