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Dealing With a Tight Housing Market? 3 Tips to Ensure You Get the Mortgage You Need

  In many cities around the country, real estate prices are on the rise and potential buyers are working hard to find a home they can feel good about. However, finding the right home in a tight market can be even more of a challenge when it comes to striking the right balance. If you’re… Continue reading Dealing With a Tight Housing Market? 3 Tips to Ensure You Get the Mortgage You Need

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Cashing Out: How to Ensure You Sell Your Home for More Than It’s Worth

Whether you’re enlisting the help of a real estate agent or not, getting the ideal price for your home can seem like a dream come true. But, have you ever thought about getting even more than you’re expecting for your home? If you’re getting prepared to sell your home and are looking for ways to… Continue reading Cashing Out: How to Ensure You Sell Your Home for More Than It’s Worth

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Buying a Home in a Fire Risk Area: Here’s What You Need to Know

Outside of the significant financial responsibility of delving into home ownership, there can also be a lot of other risks involved that you may not have thought about as a new homeowner. While the requirement of homeowner’s insurance is well known and guarding your house against theft can be commonplace, if you happen to be… Continue reading Buying a Home in a Fire Risk Area: Here’s What You Need to Know

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Using a Mortgage to Buy a New Home? Here Are 4 Ways to Reduce Your Closing Costs

  Interest rates may be on the rise, but many people aren’t aware that the closing costs on mortgages have also increased in recent years. While it may not seem like a significant cost, the closing costs on a mortgage can add up to a lot by the time the final deal is sealed. If… Continue reading Using a Mortgage to Buy a New Home? Here Are 4 Ways to Reduce Your Closing Costs

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Thinking About a New Home? 3 Reasons Why a Mortgage Will Be the Best Money You Ever Borrow

  In these days of low interest rates, it can be a great idea to get into the real estate market and invest in a home. Unfortunately, if you don’t have the funds saved up for a down payment, it can seem like more of a burden than it’s worth to buy now. While borrowing… Continue reading Thinking About a New Home? 3 Reasons Why a Mortgage Will Be the Best Money You Ever Borrow

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Did You Know: With a Little DIY Work, That Garage Can Be Used for More Than Just Your Car

  Along with the family vehicles, the garage may be the place where all the things you don’t want in your house go to disappear. However, you might not be aware that there are several DIY hacks you can use for your garage that will instantly make it a more useable space. If you’re wondering… Continue reading Did You Know: With a Little DIY Work, That Garage Can Be Used for More Than Just Your Car

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Recently Lost Your Job? 3 Tips for Managing Your Mortgage When You’re Out of Work

  The financial responsibility of a monthly mortgage payment can be stressful on its own, but you may be even more concerned about your home investment if you’ve recently lost your job. Fortunately, there are some things you can do and places you can turn if you’re not yet certain where your next paycheck will… Continue reading Recently Lost Your Job? 3 Tips for Managing Your Mortgage When You’re Out of Work