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We all know the kitchen is the most visited room in our homes, and, these helps to define properties. Homes listed for sale with great kitchens, even lacking in other areas, still attract buyers simply because of their appeal. So, it’s little wonder why homeowners elect to put money into upgrades… Read More

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It’s certainly no secret that about 90 percent of all home searches begin online, but what might surprise you, is that a good number of those, the vast majority, also end on the web. This is because buyers simply don’t waste their time on properties that don’t pique their interests. Read More

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First-time homebuyer expenses quickly add up and if you’re not prepared for them, it can become a case of buyer’s remorse. The truth is, you need to actually understand the home buying process and all that’s involved. For instance, you should know some basic home inspection facts. Additionally, it’s… Read More

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When you purchase a home, you have the legal right to have it inspected by a professional. And, there are five facts you should know about home inspections so you aren’t under the wrong impression. For instance, even new construction homes need an inspection. The reasons why are simple… Read More

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When you’re in the market to buy a home, you’ll quickly discover just how much of an emotional and mental drain it takes. After all, you’ll start the home buying process many months or years in advance. You’ll save money for a down payment, go carefully through your credit reports, save… Read More

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There are several important home selling prep steps homeowners should do. Your property should attract buyers with eye-catching listing photos and an interest-piquing description. Your house must also be in showable condition. Make no mistake about it, selling a home is a time-consuming process that requires a lot of commitment. Read More

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There are a number of common home buying pitfalls and this is true, even with new construction. Many people believe newly built homes are essentially flawless, save minor defects. But, that’s simply not the case. New construction homes are built from a variety of contractors and it’s unrealistic to… Read More

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When you’re ready to buy a home, be it a seasonal property, vacation home, or primary residence, you’ll have many choices to make. And you’ll encounter different situations as you go through the process. Buying a home is both an exciting and anxious time because there are so many unknowns. For… Read More

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There are a few things you can expect from a home inspection. But, what you might not expect is to deal with conflicting home inspection reports. While this isn’t an everyday occurrence, it does happen. Typically, this scenario arises when a seller conducts a pre-listing inspection and the buyers… Read More

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When you buy a home, there’s certainly a lot to do. It takes quite a bit of time, from the initial saving period to closing. But, it’s worthwhile in the end because you lock-in your housing cost, build equity and gain more financial stability. If you’re ready to go house… Read More