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Posted on 12/10/2018
Baby Proofing Basics For Safety In Your Home
You always want to be safe in your new home, but bringing home a new baby brings your safety protocol to a whole new level. In the first few months of life, the baby won’t be getting into too much trouble. By the time the baby can crawl, however, it’s a whole different story. This is why you want...
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Posted on 12/03/2018
3 Moving Tips for Millennials
Millennials, i.e. individuals between the ages of 18 and 29 years old, often grab life by the horns. However, when it comes to getting ready for a move, Millennials often encounter problems along the way. Fortunately, we're here to help Millennials who recently bought or sold a house discover what it takes to complete a successful move. Let's take...
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Posted on 11/26/2018
Why You'll Need More Than Just an Appraisal to Determine the Value of a Home
Shopping for a house is a high-stakes game. If you’re a first-time buyer, it can be difficult to gauge the value of various components and features of a home. Appraisals are designed for just this reason. However, an appraisal is a subjective tool to determine a rough estimate. Furthermore, there are a number of things you can’t learn from...
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Posted on 11/19/2018
Reasons for Home Sellers to Take a Wait and See Approach
If you plan to sell a house, it can be easy to try to rush through the home selling cycle. However, doing so may do more harm than good, particularly for home sellers who want to maximize their profits. Ultimately, a wait and see approach can be beneficial for a home seller. Some of the key reasons to consider...
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Posted on 11/12/2018
Buying a Home and Managing Money in Your 30s
Your thirties are a time of many important financial decisions. Many people are starting families, buying homes, and getting settled into their careers by the time they turn thirty. The following ten years are often marked by salary increases, moving into larger homes, and saving for retirement. It’s vital to have a solid grasp on personal finance in your...
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Posted on 11/09/2018
What Makes a Good First Home?
The concept of a starter home is an American tradition that has existed for decades. Buying a starter home makes it possible to achieve homeownership, financial independence, and to build equity and credit while you transition to a larger home. However, your first home doesn’t need to be a tiny, one-bedroom house with none of the amenities that you...
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