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Last updated: December 23, 2019 • Home Buying Tips

Which Real Estate 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: March 5, 2020 • Home Buying Tips, Real Estate

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 real estate …

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Last updated: December 13, 2018 • Home Buying Tips

Top 5 Most Favorable States for Property Taxes

Property taxes are something that is unavoidable if you want to live legally and within the law. However, living in an area with high real estate property tax can be a financial burden, especially when you’re paying high taxes in other areas of your life too. Many people report that they believe real estate property …

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Last updated: January 24, 2019 • Home Buying Tips

4 Tips for Buying a Home as a Millennial

It’s just not your mom’s real estate market anymore! As the millennial generation gets older, many of the typical adult goals start lining up, demanding to be met. Finishing college, getting married, buying homes, and having children are just a few, but many young people are beginning to shy away from the idea of buying …

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Last updated: December 7, 2018 • Home Buying Tips

Florida First-Time Home Buyers Most Common Mistakes

Owning your first home is a rush like no other. When you finally get those keys in your hand and step through the door of “your house”, there’s a sense of pride, of ownership; a feeling of security, and plenty of excitement about the years to come. With that much excitement, it’s normal to overlook …

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