Home Owners Associations, What home buyers need to know.
"Understanding the role an association plays in the ownership of a town home or condominium is an important piece to consider before you actually purchase a home. Most of the information is pretty basic but very important none the less. The association will have an impact on you for the entire time you own the home.Â Many of the documents are the same or very similar between a condominium and town homes. The biggest difference..."Read the entire post about Homeowners Associations
Home Buyer Mistakes You Can Avoid
"If you are reading this I am guessing you are interested in buying a home but donâ€™t want to make any mistakes if you can avoid them.Â Sorry to say you will make mistakes, that is how you learn. the thing you can do is avoid making the big mistakes that can cost you a home.Â Many of these will seem like common sense to you but I assure you they must not be to a lot of the home buyers out there.Â I see these mistakes being made all the time and I want to help you to avoid them. These apply weather you are..."
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Should I buy a home?
"Buying a home is one of the biggest financial decisions youâ€™ll
probably make in your lifetime and one you shouldnâ€™t take lightly. Home
ownership is still alive and well in America in one of the fastest ways
to secure your future. The biggest upside to owning a home is sooner or
later all of us will retire. If your home is paid off the only expenses
that you will have on a regular basis our property taxes, regular
maintenance and utilities. If you retire and youâ€™re still renting, the
monthly rent which will continue to increase will eat a good percentage
of peopleâ€™s monthly income. But before you make a decision to buy a home
you may want to consider the following.
Itâ€™s a major investment
What is your current state of finances? Is this something that will
benefit you in the short term as well as the long-term? You may not need
as much money to get started down the path of home ownership as you
think. Even though the tax credit is long gone, there are still
first-time home buyer programs as well as County bond pro...."READ SHOULD I BUY A HOME?Â OWNING VS. RENTING
"Buying a foreclosure is not all that different from buying a traditional
sale but there are a few things that make it a little bit different.
Youâ€™re going to want to these to make you a more informed buyer.Â First
off for those of you that donâ€™t know a foreclosure is owned by a bank.Â
They are also referred to as lender owned home, corporate owned, company
owned and REO properties. Several different names but the bottom line
is are all foreclosures and theyâ€™re all owned by a lending institution.Â
Lenders are in the business of lending money not owning houses, so they
donâ€™t want to hold these properties. Fina a...."Read Buying a foreclosed home
"This blog is designed to help you whether youâ€™re a first-time home
buyer or you bought three or four homes. The purpose is to clue you in
on some of the basics of how to purchase a home. There are no secrets in
this process just good common sense. By understanding what the process
is ahead of time itâ€™ll make it much easier for you to go through the
process when you are purchasing a home. So letâ€™s take a look at all of
the different steps, to get you ready for buying a home.
The first step
would be to choose a realtor. I know
most of you are probably thinking oh here it comes of course he wants us
to choose a realtor. I do want you to choose a realtor because we have a
lot of value and can help you with the purchase of your new home. Our
value is working with you through the whole process, giving you
information, helping you understand that..."Read How To Buy A Home