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Why Your Waterfront Home Should Not Be Too Close To The Water

If you are in the market for a waterfront home, you should know that the perfect waterfront home doesn't have to be exactly on the water. In fact, there are serious disadvantages to owning a home too close to the water. Here are some of the reasons buying a home too close to water may be dangerous: Flooding The most obvious danger of living too close to the water is t

4 Features/Services To Look For In A Property Management Company

Whether your rental property consists of a single unit or dozens of individual rental units, the fact remains that taking on all the responsibilities of a landlord can be both a time consuming and thankless job. If you're feeling overwhelmed by the responsibilities that come along with maintaining your rental property, you may want to consider hiring a property manage

Buying A Home While Selling A Home: The Advantages Of A 1031 Exchange

Whether you're trying to up-size, down-size, or just move, you may be in the position of trying to buy a home and sell a home at the same time. This is a situation so common that there's a special process for doing it: a 1031 exchange. Here's what you need to know about transitioning one property type to another. What is a 1031 Exchange? In a 1031 exchange, you sell a

Things That Can Delay Closing On A New House

If you are buying a house and have a deal worked out with a seller, you should figure on spending at least a month waiting to close on the house. It takes a good month for the lender to complete all the necessary steps of the process, but it can take longer if there are delays. While there may be certain things you can do or fail to do that will create delays, but del

What Is Escrow With A Home Loan And How Does It Work?

First-time homebuyers need experienced real estate agents to help them through the steps of buying a house, and one of the things a good agent will do is answer all the questions the homebuyer has. One question many first-time homebuyers have involves escrow. When you get a loan to buy a single-family home, your lender is likely to require an escrow account, and there

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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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