Are you thinking of buying a home this year? The decision is a big one for many people. Below are several questions to ask to help you decide whether or not now is a good time for you to buy. It also includes three signs you’re ready to buy or sell a home.
Do you dream of being a homeowner one day? Although you may not be ready to buy now, there are four things you can do to prepare for when you are. From building your credit to saving for a down payment, you’ll be prepared to spring when you’re ready to search for the right home. Read on to learn more.
The majority of buyers search the Internet as their first step in the home buying process. Whether they’re searching listings or using a mortgage calculator, one thing is clear: the Internet is a powerful source of information. Below is information to help you harness the power of the Internet in your home search.
Saving for a down payment is a challenge for many first-time buyers. If this sounds like you or someone you know, it might be time to change your habits. The information below offer tips to help you change your habits and save more money.
What will 2016 bring for the housing market? If the predictions are correct, this year will be great for real estate. This month, I’m sharing information about what should be a bright 2016 for homebuyers and sellers. Want to learn more about what this year’s real estate projections could mean for you? Give me a call! And remember, I’m never too busy for any of your referrals.
Are you in the market for a new home? If you’re like many people, you may use your smartphone during your home search. Below are several apps to use during your home search to make the process of finding the right home easier. Share this with family and friends who are in the market for a new home.
If you’re in the market for a home, there’s a chance you may be faced with competitive bids from other buyers. Below are five tips to help you survive a bidding war unscathed. Share this information on to family and friends who are in the market for a new home.
While the anticipation of a new home is exciting, moving everything to a new place is often a daunting experience. Below are several tips to help you streamline your move and take the pain out of the moving process. Share this information on to friends and family to help them organize their moves as well.
Active and retired police officers, fire fighters and my personal favorites EMS workers (my husband is a paramedic!) may benefit from this cool new program I just learned about!
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