Home Buyer Tips

Let’s Talk Closets: Why a Walk-in Closet Is a Must Have for Any New Home Buyer
By November 16, 2017 Read More →

Let’s Talk Closets: Why a Walk-in Closet Is a Must Have for Any New Home Buyer

Are you in the market for a new house or condo? Whether you’re looking for something luxurious or intimate, you’ll want to ensure that you have enough space for all of life’s necessities. Many home buyers focus on bedrooms, bathrooms and living areas as their top priorities. But have you given any thought to your closet space?

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The Easy 3-Step Guide to Get Started With Real Estate Investing
By November 15, 2017 Read More →

The Easy 3-Step Guide to Get Started With Real Estate Investing

Are you interested in expanding your investment portfolio with hard, long-term assets that are almost certain to grow in value? If so, you will want to consider investing in real estate. Let’s take a look at how you can get started with real estate investing in just three easy steps.

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Buying a New Home? Make Your Move Easier With These Three Purging Tips
By November 14, 2017 Read More →

Buying a New Home? Make Your Move Easier With These Three Purging Tips

Are you thinking about buying a new house or apartment? While the prospect of a new home is undoubtedly exciting, you may be dreading the thought at having to pack everything up and move. In today’s blog post we will explore three tips for purging old, unwanted or forgotten items before making a move into a new home.

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You Ask, We Answer: Should I Build a New Custom Home or Buy an Existing One?
By November 3, 2017 Read More →

You Ask, We Answer: Should I Build a New Custom Home or Buy an Existing One?

Are you looking to buy a new house in the near future? If so, one of the choices you will face is constructing your own brand-new home or buying an existing home. The idea of building a new house on the right piece of land might sound enticing, but what if you could have a larger, more luxurious existing home in the same neighborhood for a much lower cost?

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Buying an Older Home? Watch Out for These 3 Key Flaws That Could Spell Trouble
By October 27, 2017 Read More →

Buying an Older Home? Watch Out for These 3 Key Flaws That Could Spell Trouble

Are you a fan of homes with a bit more character than newer, modern designs? Whether in pristine condition or more of a “fixer upper,” older homes are incredibly popular in cities across the country. However, there are some key factors to consider if you’re thinking about buying a home built decades ago before modern standards were enforced.

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Worried That Your Past Student Loan Debt Might Delay Buying a Home? Here’s What to Do
By October 25, 2017 Read More →

Worried That Your Past Student Loan Debt Might Delay Buying a Home? Here’s What to Do

Whether you are just about to graduate college or you have been out for a few years, there’s a good chance you’re carrying some amount of student loan debt. It seems that news headlines are regularly pointing out that the nation’s graduates are suffering from the stress of student debt. Moreover, that pressure can be even worse for those who are looking to buy a home and start putting some roots down in the local community.

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Buying a New Home? Here’s Why Mortgage Pre-Approval Should Be Your First Step
By October 20, 2017 Read More →

Buying a New Home? Here’s Why Mortgage Pre-Approval Should Be Your First Step

Are you thinking about buying a new house, condo or apartment? Whether you are upgrading, downsizing or investing, if you intend on borrowing the funds you’ll need to be pre-approved for a mortgage. In today’s blog post we’ll explore mortgage pre-approval and why this should be one of your first steps in buying a new home.

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Go Big or Go Home: 3 Reasons Why Your First Home Should Be a Spacious One
By October 12, 2017 Read More →

Go Big or Go Home: 3 Reasons Why Your First Home Should Be a Spacious One

Buying a home for the first time? One of the key considerations you’ll need to make is just how much ‘house’ you want to buy. While going minimal might seem like a good idea to save on costs, having a smaller living space can end up cramping your lifestyle in many ways. Let’s take a look at three great reasons why your first home should be roomy, spacious and luxurious.

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Four Mistakes to Avoid When Making an Offer for Your Dream Home
By October 4, 2017 Read More →

Four Mistakes to Avoid When Making an Offer for Your Dream Home

You’ve scoured the new home listings, been to all the open houses and have finally found the home of your dreams. It is now time to draft an offer and begin the negotiation process. Below we’ll share four mistakes that you will want to avoid when making an offer on your dream home.

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Real Estate Negotiations: 3 Tricks That You Can Use to Ensure Yours Is the Winning Bid
By October 3, 2017 Read More →

Real Estate Negotiations: 3 Tricks That You Can Use to Ensure Yours Is the Winning Bid

You’ve toured through a number of listings, attended all the open houses and have found your potential new dream home. Now the hard part begins, especially if you’re working against other buyers who are keen on getting the same home as you. Let’s take a look at three tricks that you can use to make sure the bid you submit on a home is the one that wins.

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