Finding The Right Home

Does The Home You're Looking At Have Good Bones?

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If you have a somewhat limited budget, then chance are you’re shopping for homes for sale that are a few decades old and have been lived in for a while – not brand new ones. Such homes might need a little work, and that’s fine, but what you really want to make sure of is that the home has “good bones.” In other words, you want to check that its major components and systems are in decent, working order so you don’t find yourself facing $10,000 or $20,000 worth of repairs in a few months.…

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Can You Buy A Home If You Have No Credit?

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Maybe you have always bought responsibly by saving money and paying for things outright. Perhaps you never really needed a credit card, car loan, or some other form of financing. Even though these things can help you avoid debt, they can also leave you with no credit history, which can make it hard for you to get a loan for a new home. Even though obtaining no-credit financing for a home is harder than getting a loan if you have stellar credit, it is not at all impossible.…

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Ready To Own A Vacation Property? 4 Things To Consider When Purchasing Timeshare Property

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If you enjoy getting out of town on a regular basis but you don’t want to purchase vacation home, it’s time to look at timeshares. One of the great thing about investing in a time share is that you don’t have to worry about the continual upkeep of the home. That’s because you’ll share the home with other timeshare owners. If you’ve never looked at a timeshare before, you’ll need to be prepared when you start shopping.…

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