Finding The Right Home

The Buyer's Market: What It Is, And How To Identify That You're In One Without A Realtor Telling You

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Currently, in most parts of the country, and in terms of houses for sale, you are in a buyer’s market. You may have heard of “a buyer’s market” and “a seller’s market,” but what does that really mean? Furthermore, how can you tell which type of market you are currently in without a real estate agent or realtor telling you? This, and more follow.  The Buyer’s Market A buyer’s market simply means that there is a glut of houses for sale and that buyers can afford to be picky with all of the houses to choose from.…

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Precautions To Take When Buying A Home In The Country

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If you are looking to purchase your first rural home, you should know that the process may be slightly different from what you are used to in the city. Here are a few precautions to help protect your investment in a country home: Determine What Lot Size You Need You might think that all rural homes have gigantic lot sizes, but that is not the case at all. Rural homes are a mixture of small, medium, and large lot sizes; it’s just that the medium and large lot sizes are likely to be more than you would find in an urban neighborhood.…

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Factors Affecting Land Appraisal Value

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Appraising a undeveloped, vacant land is much different from appraising a house; the factors considered during the appraisal are much different. Here are some of the essential factors when it comes to empty land appraisal: Zoning and Restrictions Zoning and local restrictions determine the types of activities you can perform on the land, as well as the type of buildings you can construct. Some areas are meant for farming, others for commercial properties, and others for residential properties.…

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