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What's In A Neighborhood? 4 Questions To Ask About Your New Home Community

A home is only one part of a real estate transaction. Your real estate values are often determined not by your property itself, but by your neighborhood. If you're looking for a new home, there are some questions you should ask about the surrounding community. 1. What School District Will Service It? You don't need to have kids to be worried about school districts. Sc

Overcoming That First Home Anxiety

When you overthink the issue of home ownership you might end up scaring yourself out of it. While it's true that a home is probably the most expensive thing you will ever buy, it's not meant to be so scary that you never take advantage of the many wonderful things that can come from owning your own home. All homes have their issues, so read on for a guide to overcome

Things To Know When Thinking Of Buying A Home In A Mountain Community

If you are going to be buying a home and you have been thinking about moving to a mountain community for the first time, then there are plenty of things you want to give some thought to before you come to a final decision. Here are some of the positive things about living in a mountain community, as well as some other the things you should be aware of: You want to be

Buying Homes Directly From An Owner: Is It Dangerous?

You may have seen ads for real estate that is put up "for sale by owner." Buying a home directly from an owner is more than possible, but there are some things you might want to consider in order to protect yourself. Why Would Someone Sell Without an Agent? As a buyer, the process of working with a real estate agent is nothing but bonuses. You don't pay for the agent,

3 Things You Need To Know About Making An Offer On A House

Putting an offer on a home can be one of the most exciting parts of the home-buying process; at the same time, there's also a great deal of uncertainty that comes along with making offers on houses for sale. Will your offer be accepted or rejected? Perhaps you'll receive a counter offer. There are a few things you should know before you make an offer on a house. You'l

About Me

After thinking about what I wanted out of a new home, I realized that I had a long way to come. I decided that I needed to save up a lot more of a down payment than I already had, and it was a lot to think about. Fortunately, I was able to find a really great home that met my future needs, and they were really nice to work with. I talked with a real estate agent about the property, and before I knew it, I was signing paperwork to submit an offer. I wanted to start thinking about different real estate options, so I started thinking about finding the right home. Check it out!



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