Saturday, July 1, 2017

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Brad is a native of South Dakota who embraces both the lifestyle and the many good people he has worked with. He graduated from Warner and then attended Northern State University. After Northern, Brad moved to Sioux Falls where he started Meehan Construction in 1993. In building houses, you take people’s dreams and help turn them into the dream homes they always desired. Brad has always loved this side of the business and now he brings that same commitment to his Real Estate clients. His detailed knowledge about the construction of homes allows him to give his clients a unique perspective for any house they are researching. He has an extremely good eye for property and knows right from wrong. Brad brings a wealth of construction and real estate knowledge to the table when buying, selling, building or remodeling, so whatever suits your fancy, Brad is here to help you! Going from House to Home is my specialty.
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 Six Tips for Preparing Your Home While Traveling
Six Tips for Preparing Your Home While Traveling
“Ever get the feeling you are forgetting something when planning for a vacation? You might just be forgetting to prepare your home while you're away. The truth is, some individuals prey on homes for personal information and valuables while their residents are out of town. Which is why it is so important to not only plan for your destination, but to also plan for your home while traveling. Check out these six helpful tips to safeguard yourself.”
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What to Do a Year Before Buying Your First Home
What to Do a Year Before Buying Your First Home

A real yard. Closets bigger than your average microwave. The freedom to decorate however you darn well please! Making the switch from renting to owning is exhilarating, but many rookie homebuyers find the process trickier to navigate than they expected.
This is why we created our First-Time Home Buyer Checklist. The 12-month timeline will help you sidestep common mistakes, like paying too much interest or getting stuck with the wrong house. (Yep, it happens!) (Read More)
Buying a Fixer-Upper: Is It Worth It? How to Tell

"Here’s how that sad-looking house can be a wealth-builder. In 2012, Alessandra Pollina and her husband, Ondre, were looking for a property that would need no more than some cosmetic changes and upgrades. But because the price was right, they ended up with the ultimate fixer-upper: a two unit, single-family-style home that was already gutted to the studs. Four years and many renovations later, Pollina estimates her home in the Dorchester neighborhood is worth (drum roll, please) an epic 56% more than it was when she bought it. Wow, talk about a return on investment.
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Buying a Fixer-Upper: Is It Worth It? How to Tell
Kitchen Remodeling Decisions You’ll Never Regret

These 7 ideas will make your kitchen timelessly gorgeous and functional. We see lots of kitchen trends at HouseLogic, so we know it’s easy to get swept along with what’s in vogue, only to get bummed out by your faddish design choices a few years later. A complete kitchen renovation has a national median cost of $60,000. You could recover about 67% of your investment if you sell. So we’re here to future-proof you from angst by naming the seven definitive kitchen features that will retain their beauty, marketability, and value — all while giving you lasting enjoyment. (Read more)
Kitchen Remodeling Decisions You’ll Never Regret
Why Seller’s Remorse Is So Common, and What to Do About It
Why Seller’s Remorse Is So Common, and What to Do About It

Thinking of selling your home and worried you’ll regret it? Here’s how to cope.It's normal to feel some sadness when your current house sells, but remind yourself of all the good times ahead in your new home. Selling your house can be scary: It’s been your home, where you’ve lived and made memories. Chances are good it’s your most important asset and your biggest investment so far. Wrestling with the emotional heft of putting your home on the market is a difficult byproduct of real estate — but once a closing date has been set, the hard work is done. Right? Actually, it’s not uncommon for sellers to feel pangs of regret when a buyer gets serious. If you’re feeling remorse for your soon-to-be-former home, don’t panic: You’re far from alone. (Read more)

Planning to Buy? Got a Plan for What Comes After?

Five questions help you look ahead to home ownership. Buying a home comes with a huge financial stake, a lot of responsibility, and even more fine print. While investing in this aspect of the American dream is exciting, it’s important to reflect on your current and future plans before buying. Here are five questions for you to consider before taking the big step. (Read more)
Planning to Buy? Got a Plan for What Comes After?
5 Newbie Mortgage Mistakes (and How Much Each Could Cost You)

5 Newbie Mortgage Mistakes (and How Much Each Could Cost You)

Can’t wait to cozy up in that cute Colonial, but anxious about signing up for your first mortgage? We get it. Buying your first home is a big stinking deal. But with a little know-how, it’s easier than expected to make smart mortgage moves and save big bucks over the course of your loan. By avoiding these mistakes, you can put your home-buying butterflies to rest.

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Who Represents You in a Real Estate Transaction?
Who Represents You in a Real Estate Transaction?

Knowing which type of relationship you have with your agent, and his broker, will help you negotiate the best possible deal, whether you’re a buyer or a seller. When you hire a real estate agent, it’s important to understand whose side she’s on as you select a home to buy (or list your current home for sale) and head towards closing, where the actual transfer of ownership happens. There are a lot of ways agents may represent clients. No matter what form of representation you agree to, watch out for your own interests and understand the six ways brokers and agents represent clients below. (Read more)
Should You Talk to a Lender First or a Real Estate Agent?

I will cut right to the chase. It is better for first-time home buyers to talk to a real estate agent before choosing a mortgage lender. Your loan is important but your real estate agent is more important. The advantage to choosing an agent before a lender is the fact that the agent will steer you in the right direction. An agent will have lender referrals to pass on to you. The agent can help match the type of loan you might want to the type of lender who may specialize in that particular type of financing. Plus, the real benefit is the agent knows which lenders perform and which can hold up closing. You probably won't be privy to that type of information on your own.
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Should You Talk to a Lender First or a Real Estate Agent?
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