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Category Archives: Buying
Welcome to the Buying section. Here you will find articles about how to buy a home, first-time home buyers, the cost of buying a home and much more.
One of the hardest parts of purchasing a home is often getting the seller to accept your deal. Whether you’re in a hot market or you’re bidding on a home that’s been sitting for months, here are 4 mistakes to avoid when it comes to throwing a low ball offer to the seller. Continue reading →
No matter the home you want to buy, getting a mortgage pre-approval is important if you want to ensure that you’re looking at homes you can afford. Continue reading →
Buying a home on the range is a dream for many people who want to escape the rat race of city living. While the thought of fresh air, green pastures, peace and quiet sound great, there are some questions that need to be asked before making the final purchase. Here are 5 things to consider when buying rural property. Continue reading →
Buying your first home in 2013 is as exciting as it can be stressful. Those who have been through the process will tell you there is a lot to think about. In today’s changing market, what do first-time home buyers need to keep in mind over the next months and years? Here are a few important elements to keep in mind to help you make the best investment. Continue reading →
A home is the biggest investment many people will make in a lifetime, so it pays to be thorough when it comes to the search process. Choosing between buying a new home or an established one is a consideration for many of today’s buyers. By carefully considering your preferences and priorities, you can determine which is the better fit. Continue reading →
Many elderly people are choosing to continue living on their own but closer to family, in or near retirement communities, or near health care facilities. If this applies to you, below are 5 factors that will hopefully help you make wise choices in your home buying experience. Continue reading →
When a home buyer is inspecting a residence, the first thing to check is if the house seems safe. But what does “safe” look like? The needs of a home alarm system differ greatly depending on the kind of house one is looking at. Property owners view security systems to be a box to check to increase property value, but they usually don’t consider what constitutes a good system. Continue reading →
The moving season is upon us, and if you’ve moved before, you know how chaotic and daunting it can be. Don’t panic! You can get organized and eliminate stress before the moving truck arrives. Here are five easy tips to set you up for success and ensure that your move is organized and worry-free. Continue reading →
There are hundreds of factors that people consider when buying a new house, but it’s easy to overlook something as basic – and as expensive to fix – as the plumbing. Here are a few steps you can to take to spot potential plumbing problems before you sign a contract: Continue reading →
You faithfully pay your mortgage every month, but do you know what goes into it? Probably not. When your current loan term is up, you should take some time to study what goes into your payment. It might help you make a better decision when it comes time to renew your mortgage. Here are a few terms you must know to help you understand your home mortgage. Continue reading →