Top Tips To Building Your Dream Home

A lot of couples are taking on the adventure of building their own dream home. If you and your significant other plan to go through the same process, or even if you’re single and also want to do this for yourself, you won’t be the first ones and coming from those who were able to accomplish this feat, it can also be a stressful process. Are you planning on building your own home soon? Although...

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3 Ways to Lower the Cost of Living in a Big Home

Owning a large home is both wonderful and a chore. It’s great to have that much space at your disposal for your family and everyone’s hobbies and interests. Except all of that square footage requires maintenance, cleaning, and HVAC. The result is a home that’s expensive to keep comfortable and in good shape. Reducing costs is possible by taking the time to go over the home and figure...

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3 Red Flags That Your Client Isn’t Ready to Buy a Home

Searching for a new home is an exciting time in any person’s life and, as their agent, you are going to experience a lot of enthusiastic people. People that will want to get out there and buy, buy, buy the home of their dreams. Although, you should be careful that they might say bye, bye, bye to you when they realize that aren’t actually ready to take the plunge. When dealing with clients, you’ll...

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Homeownership Solutions: Understanding Your Property Taxes Inside and Out

Property taxes are one of the biggest sources of income for the state and federal governments. There are many different rules and regulations that can differ from state to state, so if you own a home or are planning to buy one, it’s a good idea to know how property taxes are assessed. Property taxes help pay for schools, roads, emergency services and other vital components that make our lives better....

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