Finding the Perfect Place to Call Home

Learn How To Choose The Right House To Flip

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If you are interested in flipping houses, but have never done it before, it is important to take your time before buying the first house you want to flip. There are many factors that you have to consider when purchasing a house to flip. Before investing in a home, hire a contractor and take a tour of the home. Use the guide that follows to know what the contractor should check for while the two of you are walking through the home. Read More»

Three Upgrades To Consider When Building Your Dream Home

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Building a home can be a huge accomplishment, but it can also be very stressful. When you choose to build your own home, you get to choose which upgrades you want. This is the time when you can literally build your dream home as long as you stick with a budget. It is important to communicate consistently with your builder to ensure that the home is everything you want. Any major changes you have should be done at the beginning of the process to avoid delays and unexpected expenses. Read More»

Purchasing A Home In A Seller's Market

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Purchasing a home is a big decision. The biggest problem that most potential homeowners face is finding a property that’s in the right location and fits within the allotted budget. This process can be made even more difficult by a seller’s market. A seller’s market is one where the demand is larger than the supply. In these markets, available properties often go fast and for more than their listed price. These markets are often discouraging for first time buyers or buyers with limited budgets. Read More»

Seller's Disclosure: How To Complete This Document As Effortlessly As Possible

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When it comes to selling a house, there is a lot of paperwork involved. One of the documents that sellers dread the most is the seller’s disclosure because it asks a million questions about the property. For the buyer, it is an important document because the buyer will go over it carefully before they decide to close on a home. If the seller fails to complete it thoroughly, it could delay or prevent closing. Read More»

New Homeowners: Don't Forget About All The Little Expenses

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When saving up for your first home, it is easy to focus on the large expenses, such as a deposit and closing costs that you will need. However, it is just as much about the little expenses as well. Here are some little expenses, in comparison to the cost of purchasing your first home, that you need to budget for as well.  #1 Yard Supplies If you purchased a home with a sizable front or back yard, it is now your responsibility to maintain it. Read More»