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Choosing new household appliances is a necessary evil when during a home remodeling project. Homeowners already face many inconveniences during a home remodel as it is a disruptive and expensive process. And choosing new household appliances only drives up the total cost. But replacing these fixtures often produces a significant… Read More

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A real estate contract extension is a mechanism by which the buyer (or seller) can receive a little more time to see the deal through. It’s a way to keep the transaction viable and to see it to final settlement if circumstances arise which might or do delay it. Read More

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Insurance coverage for same-sex homebuyers is becoming increasingly accessible. (Although not necessarily more affordable — a trend that’s occurring, regardless of the person.) Regardless, insurance is something everyone needs, and of course, some coverages are mandatory (for instance auto insurance and health insurance). The good news is, inclusion is… Read More

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Unexpected first-time home buyer expenses catch many people by surprise. In just a matter of days, these add-up quickly to help drain more out of bank accounts. After shelling out money for inspections, moving, down payments and closing costs, and more, these extra expenses often materialize. This is why… Read More

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You’ve been on the house hunt and haven’t found the right property. But then, you come across a home you really like. Only to discover that it’s a pending sale. So, you wonder how to buy a property that’s a pending sale. Is this even possible? And, if so,… Read More

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Home loan rejection. Three words no one ever wants to hear. It’s more than disheartening. It’s downright confusing and angering. But, this very scenario does happen. Usually, it’s the result of one or more factors. Most often, it’s due to something about the borrower. For example, did you know that… Read More

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Fixer-upper buying is just one way to eat your cake and have it to. But, is it really? The home buying process is generally an exciting one. However, that doesn’t mean it’s without its downsides. When you’re ready to buy a home (be it the first time or a repeat),… Read More

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There are a few reasons for home loan rejection. It’s not pleasant to think about. Particularly when you’re ready to enter the residential real estate market for the first time or repeat the process again. Regardless of your situation, you should know the do’s and don’ts of mortgage approval. Read More

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When you buy your first home or purchase your second, be it to upsize, downsize, or relocate, you’d be wise to think of it as an investment. That’s precisely what it is and maximizing your return on investment will depend on where you purchase and which home you buy. It’s… Read More

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You’d like to buy a home but want to be responsible with your budget and not put too much strain on yourself. After all, you can’t plan for the future with precision, there will be contingencies and unexpected, unplanned events which will occur. Your income might change, you could be… Read More