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Understanding The Roles Of Different Real Estate Experts
There are all sorts of questions that arise when you need to start seeking the help of a real estate professional, and one of the most common is: Who does what? The real estate industry is a complex system comprised of different key players, and the role of each person can sometimes be a little ...
The 7 Worst Things To Do When Remodeling Your Bathroom
Remodeling a bathroom is nothing like a piece of cake or a walk in the park because it’s an essential part of the house that involves complicated plumbing. You have to make sure that the new fixtures you choose will not only fit the design but also the bathroom’s layout. You also need ...
How To Make The Most Of Using Your 401(k) On A Home
Raising the money for a down payment on a home could be the most challenging step towards homeownership. One way to get the amount you need is to borrow against your 401(k)--although there are numerous options you can consider depending on what’s wise for you at the moment.But first, ...
7 Misconceptions That Hinder People From Getting An FHA Loan
Planning on getting an FHA loan for a house but aren’t quite sure which of the things you keep hearing are true? In this blog, we’ll debunk the top seven myths about FHA mortgages so that we can help you gain a better understanding of this financing option. ...
7 Clever Questions to Ask the Neighbors Before Buying A Home
Your trusted real estate agent can basically tell you anything you need to know about the home you’re planning to buy, especially if it’s information that may affect the home’s marketability.However, the old adage that says “learn from the experience of others” can ...
How To Factor Your Commute Time In Your Home Buying Decision
When looking for that perfect home, many factors should be put into consideration. There’s price, accessibility, proximity to a great school district, lower taxes, and others. However, if you’re working in an office, convenience and accessibility are two of the most critical factors you ...