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Buying Your Dream Home

Even though it’s not easy for everyone to buy a home, it is in fact easier than ever to get a home these days with most lending agencies and banks being more liberal than ever with providing home loans and mortgages. Even if you don’t have a lot of capital or a lot of money to put down, you can still get the home of your dreams at a very affordable price. A lot of us think that buying a home is a tough process, needing a large down payment, although this isn’t always the case. Buyin........ Read More

Buying Homes That Have Faced Foreclosures

You’ll find there are some people who tout the benefits and advantages of buying homes that have gone through foreclosures. Often, those homes are offered up for auction to the highest bidder and there are some really good deals to be had at that point. There are some very important pieces of information you should have before you start planning to buy homes that have been foreclose upon. First, understand that a lender gave money to the person who wanted to buy that house in order for that........ Read More

Closing Costs When Buying A Home

Closing costs are often the last thing a person thinks of when buying a home. While closing is the joyous moment the home becomes yours, the costs can be surprisingly aggravating. When you purchase a home, condo or other property, you will go through a period known as escrow. During escrow, various issues related to the property transfer are worked out. The last day of escrow is known as the closing day and you are going to be paying closing costs. Closing costs come in many forms. Some involv........ Read More

First Time Home Buyer Assistance - Its Still There

Many people took advantage of the first time home buyers credit. You could deduct up to $8,000 on the purchase of a new home. Unfortunately that program has ended. The good news is that there are still many first time home buyer assistance programs available, you just have to know where to look. Many government agencies such as Fannie May, Housing and Urban Development, V.A. and the FHA all offer some type of housing assistance for the first time home buyer. The exact programs will vary fr........ Read More

First Time Home Buyer Advice - Property Virgin

Want a little property virgin, first time home buyer advice? I've bought several homes throughout my life. The first time was a small little starter home and I sure wish someone had given me a little advice. I ended up grossly overpaying (I bought it from someone I knew and thought they were giving me a great deal, I didn't do my homework and paid more than I should have). Buying a home, whether it's your first or your tenth, takes time. You have to be willing to invest the time you need t........ Read More

Tips On Buying A Home

This guide will help you know exactly what questions you should be asking when you are looking for a home inspector that will inspect your potential new home. By choosing the right home inspector, you will be providing you and your family with a high level of comfort by allowing yourselves to know if there are any types of problems, disrepair, or breakage within your home. You must choose a home inspector that is professional, knowledgeable, and experienced, by asking just the right questions yo........ Read More

Home Buyers And Sellers Are Going Online

Technology is changing how Americans buy and sell homes in unexpected ways, including how they work with real estate agents and brokers. That's a key finding of one of the largest surveys of real estate consumers ever conducted. According to the study, conducted by the National Association of Realtors, nine out of 10 home buyers use a real estate agent in the search process, but use of the Internet to search for a home has risen dramatically over time, from only 2 percent of buyers in 1995 to ........ Read More

Buying Unfinished Homes

Unfinished homes present a great way to save a lot of money and get yourself a new home in the process. If you buy an unfinished home, you can keep your monthly mortgage payment low and also lower your initial investment. You may also be able to buy a larger foundation size as well, which you can easily add on to and save money in the process. Normally, unfinished starter homes leave the upstairs area unfinished. The question here, is just how much equity you want to put into an unfinish........ Read More

Buying Your First Home Is A Big Decision

Buying a home is one of the greatest investments you will ever make. The best -- and least stressful -- way to purchase a home is to be well educated throughout the process. Before you even start looking for a house to buy, you need to review your financial situation. This will let you know how much of a down payment you can afford and how large a monthly mortgage payment you can handle. Lenders will look at the ration of how much you make to how much you owe. Most will require that your mont........ Read More

Unfinished Homes – A Great Way To Buy A Home

So you’re looking to purchase a new home and contemplating on whether or not it makes sense to buy an unfinished home to save money. An unfinished home is great way to get into a new home and save dollars. Buying an unfinished home can lower your initial investment and keep the monthly mortgage payment lower. In addition, you might be able to buy an unfinished home with a larger foundation size, such that someday when you finish the home you’ve gone from a “Starter Home” to a large hig........ Read More

Sell And Rent Back Then Buy Back Your Home

There is also something called the ‘rent rebate’ that is involved with selling to rent then buying a property back. Basically its when some of the money from the rent that a tenant pays is given to the tenant, after their income has been assessed (annually) and they only pay the net amount. An extra add-on charge may be needed if there are others living with the tenant, who are not working and who are not studying. The tenant may have to sign AST........ Read More

Knowledge Is Important When Buying A Home

When you are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars for a home, you need to make sure that what you are getting is well worth it. No home is absolutely perfect. You can always expect to have to spend something on your new home. The average is $6,000 within the first six months, according to industry experts. In a time when you should be looking at paint samples and new furniture, why would you want to spend your time on repairing what you just bought? A professional home inspection is k........ Read More

Motor Homes: Should You Buy New Or Used

Are you interested in buying a motor home for yourself or your family? If you are, you will find that you have a number of decisions to make. One of the many decisions that you will have to make involves deciding whether you would like to buy a new motor home or a used motor home. If this is your first time buying a motor home, you may be wondering whether you should buy a motor home that is new or one that is used. When it comes to determining whether you should buy a new motor home or ........ Read More

Buying Home Insurance

The amount you are asked to pay when you ask for a quote for home insurance is determined by how big a risk the company think you are. In giving you a quote they take into account many things, such as how secure your property is, the area in which you live and the cost of the possessions that they would have to pay to replace if some mishap occurred. However there are ways in which you can help to lower the premium quoted with the biggest being shopping around either yourself or with a broker’........ Read More

What Should Be Considered Before Buying Home?

Whether it's your first time buying a home or not, you should familiarize yourself with the whole mortgage process. Numerous mortgage lenders will assist you in the process of acquiring a pre-qualified and pre-approved home buying application. Of course, your mortgage qualifications will be required by your agent to strengthen your deal in finding and buying a home. The followings are some things to consider when buying a home: 1. Money First of all, before buying a home, consider your finan........ Read More


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