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!
27 April 2017
Buying a home located in a golf course community is especially ideal if you enjoy golfing. However, it's also a great idea if you enjoy the peace and quiet. Golfing is not generally a loud sport and since it takes up a huge amount of space, it also limits the number of neighbors in your community. Buying a golf course home doesn't come without some faults, though. That is why you should look at these four little known things to ensure that you end up purchasing a home you are happiest with:
26 April 2017
If you are trying to sell your house you might be wondering is hiring a realtor is worth the money. Some people think that they will save money if they just do it on their own. Although you will save some money on the commission, there are things that a realtor can do that will actually get you a better deal in the long run. Here are some reasons to hire a realtor.
25 April 2017
Have you started house hunting, but not seeing your dream home up for sale yet? It may be worth it to start spending a part of your weekends visiting various open houses of homes for sale in your area. Even if you do not find the perfect home for you, it can have the following benefits you may not be aware of. Open Houses Help You Find a Real Estate Agent
18 April 2017
If the time has come to sell your home, you're likely looking forward to the money you'll earn. Whether you'll put that cash into a new home or back into your bank account, it's important to have a good idea of how much you'll have. So, don't forget to take these hidden costs of selling a home into account. You'll need to deduct these costs from your home equity to get an accurate idea of how much you'll actually get to keep from the home sale.
13 April 2017
If you're taking the leap and purchasing your first home, the entire process can seem very arduous and confusing. Once you put an offer on a house, and it is accepted, you begin a process known as closing. Depending on the seller, the closing process could take several weeks or months. It comes to an end on the closing date, when the paperwork is signed and you are given the keys to your new home.