Things To Consider Before Buying Your First Home

Posted on: 6 January 2017
Buying a house for the first time is exciting. In fact, for some first-time home buyers it's so exciting that they get caught up in the fun they're having and overlook important details. There are several things that you need to take into consideration when you're purchasing your first home. After all, a house is a huge investment, and you'll be adding a huge amount of debt to your financial portfolio to get it.
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4 Ways To Get A Great Recommendation From Your Landlord

Posted on: 4 January 2017
When you are looking for houses for rent, a good recommendation from your former landlord can make a big difference. This is especially true if the new landlord is deciding between you and other parties who have similar qualifications, work histories, and credit scores. Be an ideal tenant each time you rent, and when you are searching for houses for rent, the process will be that much easier. Follow these tips to get great recommendations from your landlord.
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Four Features To Look For When Purchasing A Home For Your Senior Years

Posted on: 30 December 2016
As an older home buyer, you likely want to make sure your new home can age with you. This means looking for certain features that will help you remain comfortable in your own house if mobility or health ever becomes an issue. The following are things to require in any new homes for sale you are looking at. #1: Wide openings Wider doorways and hallways are a must, especially if there is any chance that you could end up with a walker or in a wheelchair or power scooter.
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Thinking About A Tiny Home? 4 Signs You're Ready To Live The Tiny Lifestyle

Posted on: 29 December 2016
Although they only account for a small percentage of the homes bought and sold in the United States each year, tiny homes continue to become more popular as each year passes. And it's not hard to see why. They're an inexpensive, sustainable, worry-free housing option that allows people to pull up the anchor of home ownership and go wherever their life takes them. There are sacrifices, however. Living in a space that's less than 400 square feet comes with its challenges.
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