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What You Need To Know About Buying A Foreclosure

If you are interested in foreclosure home buying, you will want to make sure that you are as prepared as possible for the process and that you know a lot about what you are getting into. To help you be better prepared, you will want to make sure that you read through the following information. There Won't Be A Home Warranty Included With Your Purchase A lot of times, when someone purchases a home, they receive a home warranty. Read More 

Looking For An Apartment? 3 Tips To Stay Active

Whether you are living with your parents or roommates, you may be at a point in which you are ready to go apartment shopping for a place to live on your own. While you may know a lot of features, qualities, and amenities that you would like to get with apartment living, you may decide that one of the most important things is your ability to stay active in your daily life. Read More 

What To Know About Property Taxes

When tax season comes around, you may either be really excited about the possibility of getting a tax return or really stressed out about having to pay extra taxes. Traditionally, most Americans only have to pay income taxes, but if you realize that you are getting hit with some extra taxes as well, then you may be surprised to know that they are property taxes.  What Are Property Taxes  Property taxes are taxes that homeowners pay on the property that their home sits on, and they can fluctuate year after year depending on the market value of your home. Read More 

Buying A Ranch? 4 Things To Work Out Beforehand

Buying a ranch is a great way to either just own a lot of property or to live out your life as a real-life cowboy or cowgirl. Unlike traditional residential properties, however, buying a ranch property for sale can be a little bit more complex. Before you just make an offer and put down money on a lot of land, here are a few things that you should do first.  Read More 

Not Disabled? 3 Signs Disabled Access Apartments Are Still Right For You

All too often, people hear a label like "disabled access apartments," and assume the space isn't right for them. If you don't have a personal disability, you may assume that renting an apartment designed around people with mobility or other health problems isn't necessary. However, you may be wrong. Here are three signs disabled access apartments are still right for you, and why the investment could be handy down the road. Read More 

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Real Estate Tips from a New Homeowner

While some people "wing it" when purchasing their first home, I went about the process differently. I put a lot of research into home market trends before even deciding where I would like my new home to be located and learned about all of the steps of the buying process. Once I was ready to start looking at homes, I hired a real estate agent who was very impressed with all the knowledge I had accumulated about the home-buying process before I even owned my first home! I love learning, so I actually greatly enjoyed learning all about real estate, and I am still keeping on top of the latest real estate news and trends since I know they will come in handy when I decide to upgrade into a larger home in the future. I decided to help others by sharing what I have learned on a blog!

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What You Need To Know About Buying A Foreclosure
23 November 2020

If you are interested in foreclosure home buying,

Looking For An Apartment? 3 Tips To Stay Active
5 November 2020

Whether you are living with your parents or roomma

What To Know About Property Taxes
6 October 2020

When tax season comes around, you may either be re

Buying A Ranch? 4 Things To Work Out Beforehand
6 October 2020

Buying a ranch is a great way to either just own a

Not Disabled? 3 Signs Disabled Access Apartments Are Still Right For You
15 September 2020

All too often, people hear a label like "disabled