The Best Way to Find a ‘Military Friendly’ REALTOR®

By Carla Olivo,  Marine Spouse Finding a knowledgeable, military friendly REALTOR® is sometimes easier said than done. For Military families, it can be a challenge finding someone who understands the constraints of PCSing and military life. Have you ever thoroughly researched an area only to have your orders change at the last minute? Have you ever Read more about The Best Way to Find a ‘Military Friendly’ REALTOR®[…]

Do I Really Need a Realtor? The DIY Seller

By Rebecca Alwine, Army Spouse Military families are some of the best at saving money, especially when it comes to moving. But when attempting to sell your house, there are some things to consider before doing it yourself, becoming a DIY seller. Just as you wouldn’t perform surgery on yourself, there is a reason REALTORS® Read more about Do I Really Need a Realtor? The DIY Seller[…]

Run if your REALTOR® Says or Does THIS!

  By Carla Olivo, PCSGrades Strategic Communications Director Whether you are buying or selling your home, it can be a stressful process. Maybe your military orders require you to be at your new duty station earlier than first thought, so you are under the gun to sell. Maybe the housing inventory at your new duty Read more about Run if your REALTOR® Says or Does THIS![…]

How More and More REALTORS® are Choosing to Support the Military and Veteran Community

By Carla Olivo, PCSgrades Director of Strategic Communications Each year approximately 650,000 service members are issued orders to relocate to a new duty station. According to the Blue Star Families 2015 Military Family Lifestyle Survey, military families move, on average, seven times more often than civilian families. Of those families, the 2008 DMDC Survey of Read more about How More and More REALTORS® are Choosing to Support the Military and Veteran Community[…]

Do I Really Need a Realtor if I’m Buying New?

By Rebecca Alwine, PCSgrades Blogger Affiliate The short answer, yes, you really do. Kate Christofides, a Realtor with Century 21 New Millennium in McLean, Virginia, says, without a doubt, you absolutely still need a realtor, even if you are buying new construction. There are several reasons to have your own Realtor. Here’s Why Representation – Read more about Do I Really Need a Realtor if I’m Buying New?[…]

Tips for Interviewing a Realtor

By Julie Provost A few years ago we decided to buy our first home. We used my husband’s VA loan, and we were able to find a nice house near where we were stationed at Fort Campbell. Having never bought a home before, the process was very new but went well, and I think having Read more about Tips for Interviewing a Realtor[…]