Our own Greg Stewart sits down with industry executive Russ Cofano on the current state of home buying, and making it better. Let’s be…
Buying a house is one of the biggest leaps you’ll take in your lifetime. And financially, that leap can feel giant. But with the large sum comes a home: A place that’s all yours, a place where your hopes and dreams are finally realized, and a sense of ease no price tag can take away.
Whether you’re not sure exactly how much home you can afford, where in your city you want to live, or what it means to “make an offer,” it’s understandable to feel a bit overwhelmed. Here at Bungalo, we break down the buying process so you feel confident and prepared to take on whatever the real
Here at Bungalo we want to ease home buying nerves and help you truly enjoy the process—from search to close. One way we can help? We’ll give you an in-depth look into the real estate markets we serve. We’ve already covered Dallas-Fort Worth and Tampa. Now we’re moving onto Music City. For the past few
Along the traditional home-buying journey, there are a lot of hurdles between you and your dream home. Hurdle 1? Inventory. According to reports, housing inventory in 2018 was lower than 2017 across the U.S. And while some predict inventory will rise in 2019, the growth is focused on homes with out-of-reach listing prices. At Bungalo,
Avoid the pressures of date night out with these cozy nights in. When your days are jam-packed with work stresses, social obligations, and life responsibilities, it’s common to get locked in to a hectic routine and put romance on the back burner. Pretty soon date night becomes a once-in-a-blue-moon luxury and yet another item on
At Bungalo, we’re all about translating complicated industry jargon into actual human language and quelling the nerves that inevitably come with buying a home. One way we can make things easier? Share an inside-look at the individual real estate markets where we sell our homes. We’ve covered Dallas-Fort Worth. Next up: Tampa. Over the last
So you’re looking to buy a home. Surely everyone you know—from your banker to your co-worker’s second cousin who’s in the construction business—has warned you about the trials you are in for: time-consuming house tours, complicated negotiations, potential hidden structural problems and stressful bidding wars. But what if it didn’t have to be so hard?
I recently visited a friend’s new place in a Brooklyn brownstone. At first glance, the apartment seemed beautifully updated. A sleek, modern bathroom abutted a kitchen full of new stainless-steel appliances. But my initial impression was soon shattered. Looking closely, the bathroom cabinetry was made of untreated pine and was already starting to warp. The