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Streamline Your First Apartment Search With These Proactive Tips

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Getting that first apartment is a dream come true for young singles and couples who are anxious to get out of a dorm room or their parents’ house. But signing a lease for an apartment is a serious commitment that can lead to regret and financial stress if the apartment selection process is hurried or not properly thought out. If you are preparing to search for your first apartment and want to ensure that you will be happy with your choice throughout the months of your lease period, here are some proactive tips that will help you streamline the process.…

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Custom Home, New Home, Or Older Home? Three Unique Benefits (And Drawbacks)

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If you’re in the market for a new (or new-to-you) home, your main question is likely: custom build, new build, or “used” home? This decision involves more than just comparing costs and lot sizes; the differences between a new home and one that’s had a few years (or decades) to “settle in” can be significant. Read on for some factors to consider when balancing your new vs. older home choices. Custom Homes: Personalization, but Sometimes a Personal Cost…

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Top 3 Mistakes People Make When Hiring A Real Estate Agent To Sell A House

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One of the most expensive things you will ever sell is your house, and because homes are so valuable, you should take your time when choosing the agent that will help you sell your property. The agent you hire will play a massive role in how quickly you sell the house. If you want to sell quickly and experience fewer problems and challenges, you will need to choose the right agent.…

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Why New Homes Are So Appealing

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When you are buying a house, you have two options: you can buy a new home, or you can buy an existing, older home. More and more people are looking at new homes for sale for a variety of reasons. Take a look at these reasons why many people prefer a new home to an older home. You Can Build One of the most exciting things to do is to build a home rather than buy an existing one.…

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Want To Enjoy Growth? 4 Tips For Finding A Condo That Meets Your Needs

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When some people buy a house, they may be looking for features that will allow them to call the property their forever home. In this situation, a buyer may be looking for all the things they want and need without thinking about potential growth. This may describe the opposite of your situation in which you may be most interested in buying a condo with growth opportunities. Growth does not always come in the form of the unit that you buy, so you should make sure to pay attention to all the details that can help you with purchasing an ideal condo.…

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3 Things You Need To Know About Buying Horse Property

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If you’ve never owned horse property before, finding the right one to purchase can seem overwhelming. It’s very important to make your choice as carefully as possible because horse properties don’t move on the market nearly as quickly as their suburban counterparts on small, single lots. If you make the wrong decision about a horse property, it’s unlikely that you’ll be able to turn around and sell it quickly. For this reason, it’s important to avoid impulse purchases as well as to select the property that best suits your individual needs and preferences.…

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5 Ideas For Building Or Buying A Multigenerational Home

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Do you have adult family members living with you? More and more Americans are now sharing a home with aging parents, grandparents, adult children, and grandchildren. While sharing close quarters can be a challenge, it also comes with great benefits — financially, physically, and emotionally.  If you’re in this situation, one of the best ways to make it work is to find the right house or property for sale. Here are five different property types that could make the perfect multigenerational home layout:…

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Tips For A Successful Home Hunt And Purchase

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Buying a home is an important decision and one in which you want to start smartly by hiring a great professional agent to help you and taking the right steps during the process. There are some essential tips that can ensure your experience is positive and leaves you with the best results of a great home and property. Here are some tips to help you find the right home for your personal needs and financial budget.…

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What To Know When The Home Seller Is Offering A Home Warranty

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Have you been shopping around for real estate and finally found a home that you like? If so, you may be caught off guard by the seller offering a home warranty. While it is not a standard offering in real estate sales, it can be a nice perk when buying a home. Here is what you should know about buying a single-family home with a home warranty. How Warranties Can Offer Peace Of Mind…

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What Makes Townhome Living So Great

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Have you been looking to buy a home and are debating between a single-family home and a townhome? If so, you should learn about all of the great things about living in a new townhome. Minimal Yard Have you been unhappy not having a yard while living in an apartment but glad you didn’t have to do any of the maintenance? A townhome is going to have the best of both worlds.…

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