After several years of diligently saving money, I’m nearly ready to purchase my first home. Because I’ve been thinking about buying a home for so long, I know exactly what I want my house to look like. I desire a place that has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. I also need a quiet space to set up my home office in. I want a massive, walk-in closet in my master bedroom. My master bathroom needs to have double vanities, a tiled, walk-in shower, and a Jacuzzi tub. On this blog, I hope you will discover how to set priorities during your new home search. Enjoy!
23 March 2017
If you're pretty handy, buying a fixer-upper can be a good investment. Put a year or two of work into it, and you'll have a nice home that you can either continue living in or sell for a profit. But it's very important that you don't get in over your head with a fixer upper that needs more work than you can muster. Here's a look at three problems that are not often worth your while to fix.
23 March 2017
Real estate agents often give tips to homeowners to help them stage their homes in ways that are the most appealing to buyers, and one tip realtors may give is to make sure every room in a home has a clear purpose. If you have one room in your home that is empty or full of junk, you may want to turn it into one of the following types of rooms.
21 March 2017
Throughout the process of buying a home, you will find yourself needing to make numerous decisions. Unfortunately, it can be easy to make oversights when evaluating and deciding on a home that could cause problems for you in the future. To ensure that you are choosing the best house, you should consider making a list that includes the following pieces of information. The Things You Want In Your Ideal Property
20 March 2017
If you're in the process of having a new home built, and you are someone who takes their health seriously, and is really into fitness, then it's a great time to plan some custom features for your home. Now is the time to incorporate them into the design. You can speak with the home builders and have them work with an architect to design exactly the layout you want. It's always better to get something done during the initial build rather than try and retroactively incorporate it into a finished build.
7 March 2017
Buying a vacation rental property can be a wise financial move as long as you avoid a few common pitfalls. The right vacation rental investment will provide your family with (almost) passive income for years to come, while also giving you your own vacation getaway when you choose not to rent it out. Here are four tips for buying your first vacation rental property: Be Conservative When Taking out a Loan