New Construction: Why you need an agent

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So let’s say you’ve narrowed down the communities you’d like to build in to one or two. When you’re looking to build a new home, find a knowledgeable real estate agent who can do the...
Is a Home Inspection a Must?

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It can seem like when buying a home, all those little fees start to add up into one giant irritation. But of all the little things that you have to shell out for, DO NOT FORSAKE a home inspection. Why?...
Challenges First Time Homebuyers Face

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Buying a home for the first time can be both the most thrilling and most stressful thing a young couple can do. Along with the anticipation, buying a house can come with a lot of bumps for...
Moving with pets

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Moving with a furry friend to a new home? When trying to make the move as stress-free as possible for your pets, experts agree: Try as much as humanly possible to maintain a sense of...
Outdoor Living

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Ah, the joys of the outdoors. Fresh air, sunshine, the melodies of songbirds … and a whole lot of conscientious yard maintenance to go with them. Design a gathering place. Even if you don’t have a...
We've made an offer, now what?

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So you’ve made an offer on a house you really like. You’re confident, you feel good. So now what? Write the letter. Buying a home is an emotional experience—almost as emotional as...
Does a big yard really matter?

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It seems like an intrinsic part of the suburban American dream: the two-story house surrounded by a sprawling green lawn with nary a weed to be seen. But do you really need that? Well, no—nobody needs a...
Does a Pool add value to your home?

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It seems like a no-brainer—add a pool, add value to your home. Who doesn’t like a pool? Well, that all depends. What seems like a hot-weather Godsend to some people looks like a liability to...