1. Common Mistakes by First-Time Homebuyers

    Are you currently in the initial stages of buying a house in Louisville? First of all, congratulations! Buying a home is an exhilarating time in life, yet, it can also be a little bit overwhelming. Choosing a house that will fit your lifestyle is a big decision to make, and you don’t want to regret the decision that you make. Unlike purchasing the wrong thing at the grocery store, you can’t ju…Read More

  2. How to Cut Costs When Moving

    If you’re relocating to a new home or office with the help of a moving company, you may find the following tips on how to cut costs beneficial. At The Osborne Realty Group in Louisville, our real estate agents are devoted to helping you through the house buying or selling process until you are comfortably moved into your new environment. For information about real estate, our company, or more he…Read More

  3. 16 Reasons You Need a Buyer’s Agent

    An experienced real estate agent is an invaluable resource in any real estate transaction. For those buying a house in Louisville, an agent is a great advisor along the way and will help navigate a home buyer through the transaction. At Osborne Realty Group in Louisville, our team of experienced and trustworthy realtors are ready to help make the home buying process as easy and efficient as possib…Read More

  4. 13 Tips For Your Final Walk-Through Before Closing

    Usually about 2-3 days before closing or the final signing, homebuyers conduct a final walk-through. This walk-through is crucial to verifying requested repairs and to ensure the home is as it should be when it closes. Without conducting a final walkthrough, you might not know if something is broken, not working, or the house has been trashed and there’s really nothing you can do about it. This …Read More

  5. Tips On Moving With Kids and Dogs

    As we all know, moving takes a lot of time, planning, and effort. While the idea of starting fresh in a new home, neighborhood, city, or even state is exhilarating, the steps involved are often overwhelming. Making sure you’ve tied up all the loose ends at your former location, carefully and strategically packed everything to ensure that the unpacking process is convenient, made sure not to forg…Read More

  6. Home Insurance Myth #2 – Flood coverage is included in most standard policies.

    Flood coverage typically is not included in standard insurance policies. Homeowners who live in an area that is prone to flooding likely will be required to purchase a separate policy to protect themselves. Separate flood insurance is available from the National Flood Insurance Program and some private insurers. Even homeowners who live outside a flood zone may be wise to consider buying the e…Read More

  7. Busting Home Insurance Myths

    We are starting a new series – this one will be all about Home Insurance Myths. Be sure to follow all the way through! Home Insurance Myth #1: All of a home’s belongings are covered. “A homeowners insurance policy is not designed to cover everything,” says Jeanne Salvatore, chief communications officer at the Insurance Information Institute. “Each policy clearly sates what’s covered …Read More

  8. 2017 Thunder Over Louisville

    Derby festivities have started here in Louisville and with Thunder Over Louisville scheduled for Saturday, April 22 you may be wondering where the best places are to watch the activities. Top spots include: the KY Center, KFC Yum Center, Copper & Kings, KY Science Center and of course the Galt House. For more information on these and other hot spots as well as how to plan for parking and what …Read More

  9. View Our Featured Property

    Begin the Spring in your new house! Located on a quiet cul-de-sac this house is perfect for a family with children and/or pets! Come see this great property located at 7905 Cresthaven Dr.…Read More

  10. Dealing with Financing

    As the events of the last few years in the real estate industry show, people forget about the tremendous financial responsibility of purchasing a home at their peril. Here are a few tips for dealing with the dollar signs so that you can take down that “for sale” sign on your new home. Get pre-approved. Sub-primes may be history, but you’ll probably still be shown homes you can’t actually a…Read More