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1604 Sandpiper Circle, Weston, FL 33327 is now new to the market!
Posted on 11/06/2019
1604 Sandpiper Circle, Weston, FL 33327 is now new to the market!
This incomparable well cared home is located in the famous subdivision of Savanna with the best club house in Weston offering resort style amenities. The floor plan shows spaciousness in the main living areas with great lake views. The split bedroom design has the master bedroom on the right side of the home and 3 other bedrooms on the left side. High ceilings. All bathrooms updated, kitchen with cooking island, elegant tile floors through out the home. Enjoy the sunset and views to the serene lake from the covered screened patio and fenced green backyard. This community counts with two gated entrance 24 hour security, A+ rated schools,...
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What to Do the Day Before You Complete Your Home Sale
Posted on 11/05/2019
What to Do the Day Before You Complete Your Home Sale
Let's face it – selling your home has been a long, complex and stressful journey. Now, you're only 24 hours from finalizing the sale of your house and moving on to the next chapter of your life. Although most of the home selling process is complete, a homebuyer still needs to finalize the home purchase agreement. As such, there...
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FHA Home Loans Frequently Asked Questions
Posted on 11/04/2019
FHA Home Loans Frequently Asked Questions
If you’ve been considering taking the next step toward homeownership, you’ve likely heard about FHA loans. Offered by the Federal Housing Administration (hence, “FHA”), these loans are great for a number of people hoping to purchase a home but who don’t have a large down payment saved. There are many misconceptions about FHA loans since they’re often advertised by...
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Selling Your Luxury Home
Posted on 11/03/2019
Selling Your Luxury Home
Image by Chris Goodwin from Pexels Your luxury home is a major investment, so it’s important to make sure that you’re approaching the selling process the right way. Selling a luxury home comes with certain challenges that you’re less likely to encounter with a non-luxury home. Luxury homes aren’t as numerous overall, so you’ll have to work harder...
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Is Home Repair Insurance Necessary?
Posted on 11/03/2019
Is Home Repair Insurance Necessary?
Photo by: Caleb Woods via Unsplash Home repair insurance is an optional service agreement also known as a home warranty. It is put in place to save costs when there may be a need for repairs or replacement of any major system or household appliances. Often added as an incentive to sweeten a sale, a great home warranty...
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Open Houses: Here's What Buyers Need to Know
Posted on 11/02/2019
Open Houses: Here's What Buyers Need to Know
An open house may prove to be exceedingly important, particularly for a buyer who plans ahead and makes the most of this opportunity. Because if a buyer enters an open house with a plan in hand, he or she can gain the necessary insights to determine whether to set up a home showing or consider other residences. Now, let's...
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What Does It Really Cost to Buy a House?
Posted on 11/01/2019
What Does It Really Cost to Buy a House?
The cost of buying a house extends beyond a seller's initial asking price. In fact, there are many "hidden" costs that buyers need to consider as they decide whether to purchase a house, such as: 1. Closing Costs There are various closing costs that a buyer may encounter before he or she finalizes a house purchase, including survey, appraisal...
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Three Smart Ways to Pay for Your Home Repairs and Renovation
Posted on 10/31/2019
Three Smart Ways to Pay for Your Home Repairs and Renovation
These days, homeowners are very busy renovating and improving their property, according to a HomeAdvisor survey. The homeowners who participated in that survey admitted they had spent an average of over $6,600 on repairs and improvements in 2018, and almost 50 percent of these homeowners were thinking about doing more renovations. What is driving all this home improvement?...
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Selling Your Home when You Have Water Damage
Posted on 10/31/2019
Selling Your Home when You Have Water Damage
Photo by Monkey Business Images via Shutterstock After a significant storm or catastrophic event, you may determine that moving to a different climate is right for your household. The question becomes, do you repair all the damage to your home before you sell it, or do you offer it “as is” so that the buyer takes on that...
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Ready Move to a Larger Home?
Posted on 10/30/2019
Ready Move to a Larger Home?
Image by Konstantin L from Shutterstock After living in a small apartment or crowded house, you might be dreaming of having more space, a bigger closet, or just one more bathroom to ease the clutter and closeness. When is a larger home the answer? Before making the leap to more square footage, consider all the factors that fill...
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Four Things Homeowners Wish They Knew Before Buying Their First Home
Posted on 10/29/2019
Four Things Homeowners Wish They Knew Before Buying Their First Home
Buying a home is an extensive process that comes with a bit of a learning curve. For first time buyers, this process involves making mistakes and learning from them. While we can never be 100% sure of our home buying decisions, there is a way to increase your chances of making the best choices when it comes to buying...
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Can You Invest in Real Estate with Bad Credit?
Posted on 10/28/2019
Can You Invest in Real Estate with Bad Credit?
A good credit score is essential for anyone who intends to buy a house. It is difficult and almost impossible to buy a home if your credit score is far from good. Future home buyers should note that the majority of lenders won’t grant you a loan if your credit score is not up to 620. Some lenders...
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