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Posted on 04/07/2019
The Secret of the Coffee Bean
Coffee or tea has been the question for centuries. Within the last 50 years, especially in the Western states with the rise of some many coffee cafes both single store and national chains the debate about the type of coffee can almost become a theological debate amongst people. It is no longer just the morning routine of setting...
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Posted on 04/05/2019
Decisions to Make Before You Buy a Home
Buying a home should be an unforgettable journey, one that enables you to purchase a high-quality house at a budget-friendly price. If you start planning for the homebuying journey today, you may be able to reduce the risk of encountering homebuying hurdles as you attempt to acquire a first-rate house. Ultimately, there are many important decisions for homebuyers to...
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Posted on 04/04/2019
Prepare for a Home Search
Before you launch a home search, it helps to prepare for the property buying journey as much as possible. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to get ready to find your dream house. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you prep for a home search. 1. Establish Homebuying Criteria If you know you...
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Posted on 04/03/2019
Tips For Finding the Best Place in Florida to Live
What's the first thing that comes to mind when you think about living in Florida? Everyone has a different perception of the Sunshine State, but there are a few common themes which are often bandied about when the topic of living, visiting, or vacationing in Florida comes up. Florida's many golf courses -- 1,042, at last count --...
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Posted on 04/02/2019
The Pros And Cons Of New Construction Homes
Once you’re ready to buy a home, you probably have a pretty good idea of what you want. Should you buy a new construction home, or look for an existing one? Builders may refer to existing homes as “used.” This term makes them sound much less appealing. Truthfully, there are many advantages to both new and existing houses. Benefits...
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Posted on 04/01/2019
How To Be An Informed First-Time Buyer
If you’re buying your first home, there are plenty of things that you’ll need to know. Being informed will allow you to avoid some of the most common mistakes that first-time homebuyers make. These errors and their remedies can be found below. Don't join the crowd and make an error, know before you buy. They Don’t Have Enough Funds...
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Posted on 04/01/2019
Find Out How Much House You Can Afford
Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or you’re upgrading to a larger house to fit your family’s needs, it’s vital to understand just how much house you can afford before you start shopping for homes. When planning for your future home, there are two main things you need to figure out. What is a smart amount to spend on a...
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Posted on 04/01/2019
Will Applying for a Mortgage Hurt My Credit Score?
Preparing to buy a home is a long and stressful process for many. You’ve spent months, or even years, saving for a down payment, planning your future, and building your credit to ensure you get the best possible interest rate on your loan. Then you find out, when getting preapproved for a mortgage, that your credit score dropped by...
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Posted on 03/31/2019
Signs That Now Is a Good Time to Submit an Offer to Purchase
After conducting an in-depth home search, you probably have discovered that many outstanding houses are available. Yet you're still on the fence about whether to submit an offer to purchase a residence. Ultimately, there are many signs that now may be the ideal time to submit an offer to purchase a residence, and these include: 1. You find a...
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Posted on 03/29/2019
Roof Over Your Head
A roof is not something you usually think about or comment on when you are looking at a house. Unless, of course, the roof is unique or different in some way. Say, covered in a blue tarp because it is leaking or maybe a bad patch job. Alternatively, it has an original color or design, may be covered...
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Posted on 03/27/2019
How to Impress Potential Buyers With Your Kitchen
If you're getting ready to put your home on the market, the thought of organizing, cleaning, and arranging it may seem like an overwhelming project! Knowing where to begin and how much money to spend on home staging and decorating are among the many questions that may be flooding your mind, right now. The key to success is to...
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Posted on 03/26/2019
Minor Improvements Can Help Sell Your Home
If your house is on the market or you're preparing to put it up for sale, you probably feel like you have 101 things to do! Fortunately, the list is much smaller than that and you can enlist the help of a real estate agent to handle many of the details. To increase your chances for a fast sale,...
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