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Last updated: July 5, 2019 • Home Buying Tips, Lifestyle

How to Save Money for a Down Payment?

We all dream of our first real estate purchase from an early age. As little kids, we imagine huge castles and glowing palaces where we would live among our favorite noblemen, princes, and princesses. Later, after mastering the rules of Monopoly, we become real estate tycoons. And as the years go by, we keep downsizing. …

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Home-Buying Behavior by Generation

The decision to sell a house is not always an easy one. As you wait for the right buyer, you probably try to create an identikit picture of the future owners mentally. How old would they be? Will they have one or more kids? Will they bring in pets? And many questions like these could …

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Last updated: January 15, 2020 • Home Buying Tips, Investing In Real Estate, Real Estate

What Are the Best Places to Buy Waterfront Property in the U.S.?

Water is the substance of life so it’s understandable why we feel so fascinated by it. We could spend a whole day watching a waterfall, the waves of the ocean or a river making its way through the mountains. Caught in its spell, we close our eyes and dream of a waterfront vacation home, somewhere …

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Last updated: February 6, 2020 • Home Buying Tips

Best Cities to Live in the USA

We love lists. You probably have already noticed that. We have made dozens of them last year, and now, after singling out so many aspects of living, and catering to different demographics and moments of life, we decided to do the mother of all lists. The list that puts it all together and includes everyone …

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Last updated: September 16, 2019 • Home Buying Tips

Affordable Home Insurance: a Real Estate Guide for Homeowners

Whether you are a first-time home buyer or a regular homeowner, there will probably come a time when you realize your home insurance rates are a bit expensive and you’d wish you had bought a more affordable home insurance policy. Hey; the past is the past and you shouldn’t be so hard on yourself: the …

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