Tag: Homebuyers

Factors to Consider Before Buying Your Suburban Home
Posted on 09/01/2019
Factors to Consider Before Buying Your Suburban Home
Are you planning to move away from the bustle and frenzy of a major commercial city and want to settle in some peaceful, serene environment? If you answered yes, purchasing a home in suburban neighborhoods is probably on your to-do list already. Buying a home is a substantial investment; therefore, it requires proper planning and careful considerations before...
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Getting to Know Your Neighbors
Posted on 06/23/2019
Getting to Know Your Neighbors
There's a lot of excitement when buying a first home. One of the most important things to look into that doesn't necessarily come naturally to most, is knowing your neighbors. In today's society and culture, people are reluctant to form relationships. Technology has played a role in the detriment, but on the flip side, it has enhanced the...
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What to Look for in a Foreclosure Deal
Posted on 06/16/2019
What to Look for in a Foreclosure Deal
If you want to take advantage of the market and to get a good deal on a foreclosure, apart from having sufficient cash, there are some few things you need to know before you complete the transaction. Before you get started, you should understand what foreclosure means. Succinctly, a foreclosure is a bank-owned property, often known as real...
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Small Investments Can Still Be Profitable
Posted on 04/07/2019
Small Investments Can Still Be Profitable
So, you want to buy a property and offset it with rental income, but a multi-family or apartment complex is a bit too rich for your bank account? No problem! Most of the steady increase in new renters comes from young millennials, and you can cash in on this increase as well by buying just a slightly larger...
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Is a Home Really an Investment
Posted on 02/18/2019
Is a Home Really an Investment
For years, people have believed that their new home purchase is the same kind of investment as their 401k or stock and bonds. Even with the obvious drops in prices during and since the economic crash, many buyers continue letting their home be their only retirement asset. The main property you live in should be left out of...
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