First Time Home Buyers Step #2

First Time Home Buyers Step #2 Congratulations you just hung up from that long-awaited phone call from your lender, they told you that you have been pre-approved for a loan in the amount of $110,000. Now is the time for you to call your realtor back and to tell them you are ready to start looking for a home. At this point your...

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Step #1 in Buying A Home

Buying your first home can be exciting and scary at the same time. Every day thousands of first-time home buyers begin their search on the Internet, click on the first agents photo next to the house they want to see, and set up an appointment to go look at the house. Seems logical. It may seem logical but this is NOT I repeat...

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3 Home Improvements You Can Make With $5,000

By Lindsay Jackman For a renovation budget of $ 5,000, you can add some serious functional upgrades to your home. Kitchens and bathrooms are smart places to focus your dollars. They are hardworking rooms that you’ll enjoy using, but also among the first rooms a future buyer will want to see. Another practical way to...

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6 Ways an Energy Audit Can Help Sell Your Home for More

By Meaghan O’Neill A home energy audit might not be at the top of your to-do list, but if you’re getting ready to sell your home, here’s why you should make it a priority. If you’ve ever been in the market to buy or sell a house, you’re probably familiar with a few key questions when it comes to...

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Best Way To Spend $10,000 If You’re Remodeling

By Michael Corbett Whether you’re looking to sell or stay put, you’ll save money on these home improvement projects. The possibilities are endless when it comes to remodeling and upgrading your house, and deciding where to put your precious dollars can be tough. Many of these remodeling decisions can be made based...

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Home Security Doesn’t Have To Be Expensive

By Teresa Mears You want to keep your home safe from thieves, but you don’t want to spend a fortune doing so because, frankly, you don’t have a fortune worth stealing. Technology has significantly brought down the cost of home security systems and home surveillance cameras, many of which you can install yourself....

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