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Last updated: March 20, 2018 • Home Buying Tips

Winter Wedding? Here are the Top Ten Cities for Newlyweds to Buy a Home

Planning a winter wedding? You’re in luck. Wintertime can be one of the most gorgeous times to set and plan a wedding, and finding a home afterward can be easier. By the time winter rolls around, many existing families are already finished with the hustle-and-bustle of moving before the school year, and you can take …

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Last updated: March 20, 2018 • Home Buying Tips

The Best – and Worst – Times to Buy a Home

When is the best time of the year to buy a home? What is the worst? Statistically speaking, there are two days out of the year that are the rock bottom worst to finalize a home sale, one month you should try to avoid at all costs, two days that are gold when it comes to …

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Last updated: July 21, 2017 • Home Buying Tips

Which Property is Right for Your Lifestyle?

Choosing the type of place that you want to live is the first step to picking a place to live. However, it can be the most important part aside from location. The size and layout of your home should reflect the lifestyle you want, so families with children might choose very differently than singles or …

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Last updated: July 18, 2017 • Home Buying Tips

The Pros and Cons of Living Near a Highway

The sound of traffic can be a comforting sound to some, and the bane of city life to others. Along with the rush of cars whizzing by may come possible honking and squealing, but the drone of traffic might bring a sense of connection. A highway brings pros and cons to every neighborhood or property, …

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Last updated: June 13, 2017 • Home Buying Tips

Getting Familiar with HOA Fees

Many people are hesitant to sign up for things when they don’t know what they’re for, and one of these things is a home in a neighborhood with an HOA. An HOA will have fees, and the money you give to the association is put back into your community to fund extra things. The funds …

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