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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 →
After months of looking for the perfect place, you finally found a place to call home and bought your first house. As you anxiously await the closing date, take this as an opportunity to familiarize yourself with some essentials things you need to know to keep your household running smoothly. From how to handle mold to the basics about homeowners insurance and burglary, there are some things you need to know when moving into your first home. Continue reading →
When you are visiting a home as a buyer, don’t fall for the great decor; make sure you understand what it is your buying and focus on what’s important. Continue reading →
When purchasing a home, you should complete the following important exercise to help define your actual needs. You should confirm what you want and by when. Here’s how. Continue reading →
First time home buyers sometimes afraid of the entire home-buying process. They feel unsure about where to go, which to choose, how much they can afford, and even how to get started. The following are the most common fears that … Continue reading →
Buying a home is a smart move, as it’s a tangible asset, but you need to ensure that you have all your ground covered before you commit to a purchase. Continue reading →