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First-Time Buyers: Foresight Over Hindsight
Posted on 01/26/2020
First-Time Buyers: Foresight Over Hindsight
Photo by GaudiLab via Shutterstock In the rush and excitement to find the perfect home and make it yours, there are some things best learned beforehand rather than through hindsight. Here are some suggestions from first-time homebuyers that would have made the entire process less challenging. Know where you stand. If you plan to buy a home, even...
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Streamline Your Property Search
Posted on 01/19/2020
Streamline Your Property Search
If you want to streamline your home search, there is no need to worry. In fact, there are several things you can do to quickly and effortlessly discover a great house at a budget-friendly price. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you streamline your search for your ideal house. 1. Create Homebuying Criteria Homebuying criteria...
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Add a Touch of Nostalgia by Using Vintage Tinware as Planters
Posted on 01/12/2020
Add a Touch of Nostalgia by Using Vintage Tinware as Planters
Photo by Sabine van Erp via Pixabay There's a certain nostalgia associated with genuine vintage tins -- not the replicas you find at today's one-dollar stores. Genuine vintage tins had real purpose, usually multiple ones, in fact. They did double duty as tubs to wash both children and laundry. Or, sometimes, they held both lunch food and school...
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How To Begin A Lifestyle With Less Waste
Posted on 01/05/2020
How To Begin A Lifestyle With Less Waste
When you own a home, you want to reduce your costs as much as possible. As a homeowner and environmentally conscious person, you may also want to reduce your carbon footprint and reduce the amount of waste that you and your family produce. Read on for some tips on how to reduce the amount of trash you produce on...
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How to Budget for a Fixer Upper
Posted on 12/29/2019
How to Budget for a Fixer Upper
Image by Annie Gray from Unsplash If you are handy with home repair, you could buy a more expensive house if you are willing to put some work into it. Many foreclosures are often sold “as is,” and require some work. The seller may also be more open to negotiating a lower price based on the number of...
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Should You Accept an Offer to Purchase?
Posted on 12/22/2019
Should You Accept an Offer to Purchase?
If you receive an offer to purchase your house, should you accept it? Home sellers across the United States face this question regularly. To determine the right answer, a home seller needs to weigh the pros and cons of an offer. Deciding how to proceed with an offer to purchase is no easy task. Lucky for you, we're here...
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6 Things First-Time Buyers Should Do Now to Get the Best Deal on a Home
Posted on 12/15/2019
6 Things First-Time Buyers Should Do Now to Get the Best Deal on a Home
Buying your first home is a big endeavor, both financially and personally. Homeownership means taking on new responsibilities and bills, but it also means true financial independence. If you’re hoping to buy a home in the near future, you might be wondering what you should be doing now to put yourself in the best position when it comes time...
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How to Avoid a Complex Property Buying Journey
Posted on 12/08/2019
How to Avoid a Complex Property Buying Journey
For those who want to enjoy a seamless homebuying experience, it helps to prepare accordingly. That way, you will be ready to identify and address any hurdles that come your way during the homebuying journey. Ultimately, there are lots of things you can do to avoid a complex homebuying journey, such as: 1. Establish Homebuying Criteria If you enter...
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Buying a House Close to Work Makes Life a Lot Easier
Posted on 12/01/2019
Buying a House Close to Work Makes Life a Lot Easier
Many house hunters are so focused on finding the ideal house, yard, and neighborhood, that they sometimes sacrifice one of their main objectives: a short commute to work. At first, a long drive to the office may seem like a small price to pay for finding your ideal house, but your outlook might change when the tedium of commuter...
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100 Park Avenue #1106, Denver, CO 80205 now has a new price of $570,000!
Posted on 11/28/2019
100 Park Avenue #1106, Denver, CO 80205 now has a new price of $570,000!
VALUE+VIEWS, LOCATION+LAYOUT, AMENITIES+ACCESSIBILITY, UPDATES+UNIQUE=IDEAL LIVING! Unbelievable Opportunity in the Heart of Denver's Highly Coveted Uptown Neighborhood. Extremely RARE floor plan boasting a fully renovated integration of 2 END Units creating the ultimate 2Bed/2Bath Double Master Layout. Breathtaking, Unobstructed Views from the Large 11th Floor Balcony, Enjoy Bright Open Floor plan Entertaining in Gorgeous Updated Gourmet Kitchen. Brand New Flooring/carpet/paint & Bathroom Tile just installed. 2 Deeded Garage Parking spaces plus 2 additional Permit Reserved, Fantastic Amenities Include: Dog Park/Wash, Fitness Center,...
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Key Signs You Are Unlikely to Receive an Offer to Purchase Soon
Posted on 11/24/2019
Key Signs You Are Unlikely to Receive an Offer to Purchase Soon
If you recently listed your home, you may expect many offers to purchase to come your way in the near future. However, the house selling journey can be difficult to navigate, and there are many signs that indicate offers to purchase your home may be unlikely to arrive any time soon. These signs include: 1. Homebuyers are not scheduling...
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Should You Buy a Vacation House?
Posted on 11/17/2019
Should You Buy a Vacation House?
Buying a vacation home may prove to be a great investment. It enables you to spend time at a terrific location at your convenience – all without having to worry about hotel or motel costs. Plus, a vacation home can be tailored to your individual needs. You can decorate your vacation house however you would like, and ultimately, find...
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