Summer is finally here, and all the fun that comes with the season is here too. But summer also brings an increased chance of natural disasters and emergencies. While it’s never fun to think about the worst case scenario, if we’ve learned anything from 2020 it’s that it’s good to be prepared. Today, I’m sharing… Continue reading How to Prepare for Emergencies
Tag: First Time Buyers
Do It Yourself Projects – Beginners Guide
Hello! I hope your year is off to a great start! If you’re still looking for a project to start the year off right or just some options to boost your winter curb appeal, I’ve got ideas! I’ve also put together some must-know advice about this year’s buyers’ market in case you or someone you… Continue reading Do It Yourself Projects – Beginners Guide
Which is more important Housing Market Prices or Mortgage Interest Rates?
You have been thinking for quite sometime about buying a new home. You are sitting on the couch talking with your family and you say, "the housing prices are go ing down in 2019 so I think we should wait" and another family member says, "I heard the interest rates are going up so I… Continue reading Which is more important Housing Market Prices or Mortgage Interest Rates?
Summer Is Over But The Party Don’t Stop
Summer’s over but there’s still plenty of time to kick back and relax in your own private backyard oasis. Find ideas to enhance your backyard below. If you’re still looking for your dream home, you’ll also find warning signs to watch for in a listing as well as tips to make moving furniture into a small space easier.
Should You Remove the Appraisal Contingency When Purchasing Residential Property?
What is an appraisal? A home appraisal is an unbiased estimate of the true (or fair market) value of what a home is worth. All lenders order an appraisal during the mortgage loan process so that there is an objective way to access the home’s market value and ensure that the amount of money requested… Continue reading Should You Remove the Appraisal Contingency When Purchasing Residential Property?
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