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8 Home Buyer Practices That Your Agent Wants you to Change
In the process of finding a new home, your real estate agent should become your new best friend. For a few weeks or longer, you will probably talk to them more than anyone else you know! So how do you make sure you’re doing your part to build a good relationship with your agent?We’ve ...
Before You Buy A Fixer-Upper, Answer These Questions First!
Just like buying a move-in ready home, a fixer-upper has its fair share of advantages and disadvantages. Buying a fixer-upper can be a great way to own a home you really love once you put some work into it, but it can also quickly swallow up your savings if you aren’t prepared. Just remember ...
Getting A Mortgage After Retirement
It may seem like a nearly impossible task to get a mortgage after retirement, but there are ways you can do it even if you are not employed. If you’re planning to apply for a mortgage, here are 5 common questions you might ask that we’ve answered for you: ...
Top Things You Should Do Before Buying A Rural Home
If you’re planning to move away from the city and live a more simple life in the country, take note that it does not come without its unique set of challenges. Here are a few tips to help you when you decide to buy a rural home. ...
8 Of The Most Unexpected Things US Homeowners Found In Their Properties
The process of selling, buying, and moving into a new home can be very complicated and overwhelming. But on the lighter side, it is also a journey full of fun and exciting discoveries. Part of a homeowner’s discovery and realization is finding their ideal neighborhood, their dream backyard, their ...
5 Sticky Situations You Can Avoid If You Have A Real Estate Title Insurance
When you buy a home, you don’t only buy the land, the house, and any other physical structures that come with it. The most important thing is that you are also buying the legal rights of ownership to the property, which is referred to as “title.” This title is indicated in the “deed” — an official ...