Tag: Buying A Home

How to Approach the Homebuying Journey
Posted on 01/12/2020
How to Approach the Homebuying Journey
The homebuying journey may seem daunting at first. Lucky for you, we're here to help take the guesswork out of finding and acquiring your dream house. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you approach the homebuying journey with poise and confidence. 1. Be Diligent A diligent homebuyer may be better equipped than others to enjoy...
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Why Should You Submit a Competitive Offer on a Home?
Posted on 12/29/2019
Why Should You Submit a Competitive Offer on a Home?
If you're on the lookout for your dream house, it pays to operate as a competitive homebuyer. And if you find your ideal residence, you should not hesitate to submit a competitive offer to purchase this house. Ultimately, there are many reasons why you should submit a competitive offer to acquire your dream house, and these include: 1. You...
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Property Inspections: Here's What Buyers Need to Know
Posted on 12/22/2019
Property Inspections: Here's What Buyers Need to Know
A home inspection is one of the final stages of the property buying journey. If an inspection goes according to plan, a buyer may be able to seamlessly close on his or her dream residence. On the other hand, if problems are discovered during a house inspection, these issues may slow down or stop a home sale. For property...
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Top Tips for House Shopping From Afar
Posted on 12/08/2019
Top Tips for House Shopping From Afar
Photo by Bruce Mars via Pexels House shopping when you live far from your new community is not easy, but technology makes it much simpler to tackle this big task. While nothing beats in-person visits, if you live across the country, or even in an international destination, you may not have that option. Here’s a look at how...
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Common-Interest Housing
Posted on 11/03/2019
Common-Interest Housing
Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay Common-interest housing includes individually owned spaces and common areas shared by all owners. The common areas can include clubhouses, landscaping, parking lots or pools. Multistory buildings share lobbies, stairwells, and elevators. Any community that shares property including single-family free-standing homes in developments, falls into the common-interest category. The two most familiar types of...
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