Protecting your new home with insurance is a must. How well you do that depends on the details of your policy. And while you are not required by law to have homeowners’ insurance, mortgage lenders require that you do. Read more HERE.
Congratulations! You’ve made an offer, and reviewed all the documents the seller has provided regarding the condition of the home. But, one important step before you finalize your real estate offer could help you avoid costly home buying mistakes: The Home Inspection.
In addition to sale prices of other comparable homes, there are several ways you can come up with a winning bid. Read more HERE.
Once you’ve found your ideal house, it’s time to get started with the financial and contractual side of the purchase. Purchase contracts vary in length and terms from state to state, and sometimes within a state.
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Buying a home is one of the most important decisions you will make. That’s why it’s in your best interest to choose an experienced real estate agent who listens to and understands your needs, and has detailed knowledge of the area in which you want to want to live. Read more HERE.
Buying a new home and selling an existing home at the same time has its own set of challenges. With knowledgeable planning, you can ensure everything goes smoothly.
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When you buy a home, you’re investing in a community. You’ll spend a significant amount of time and money supporting the schools, community organizations and commercial centers in the area. Before you make the final decision, take a good look at the location and make sure it fits your lifestyle. Read on for MORE…
Now that you know what you’re looking for, the next step is figuring out what type of home you can afford. A review of your income, savings, monthly expenses and debt will be necessary. Click HERE to read more.
Looking for a house to buy? This article will help you create a prioritized list of features to narrow your search.
What makes some neighborhoods healthier than others? Researchers point to several factors, including access to high quality education and higher incomes that have been linked to longer life expectancies. Also, areas that offer residents more opportunities to exercise, walk or bicycle. Read more HERE.