Archive for category: Buy A Home

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Common Real Estate Scams And How To Avoid Them

Identity theft. Cybercrimes. Hacking. Phishing. We’ve all heard horror stories of how scammers use these tactics to take advantage of unsuspecting individuals. But they don’t stop there. Real estate transactions are one of the most common areas that criminals target. Why? Because there are large sums of money involved, usually hundreds of thousands of dollars. […]

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Finding A Starter Home In A Competitive Market

You’re ready to purchase your first home. Congratulations! However, after beginning your search you may find yourself wondering, ‘where in the world are all the starter homes?’ or ‘how can I even compete with so many offers?’ These are valid questions to ask considering recent trends in the housing market. There is a starter home […]

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Why It’s Important To Get Pre-Approved

When you’re looking to buy a new home, it may feel like there’s a surprise around every corner. Literally. Maybe the house you’re viewing has an amazing master bath or your dream kitchen. Maybe there’s a playroom for the kids or a cozy back porch. House hunting can be fun. What’s not fun, however, is […]

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Advice for Buying a Home with Student Loan Debt

This article will look at how your student loan debt affects your ability to get a home mortgage. It will explain how mortgage lenders look at your debt when evaluating you as a prospective borrower and explore other factors they consider. Finally, the article will discuss the types of loans you may qualify for. The […]

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