Without a crystal ball, it’s impossible to guarantee that that you won’t have any regrets when you buy a home, but there are 4 things you can do to improve your odds.
Between college debt, rent and stagnant wages, budgeting for a home is a lofty task.
Something that should be assumed to come with the house is known as a 'fixture.'
Has talk of inventory shortages and rising home prices prevented you from getting out there and searching for your first home...or moving up to your dream home?
With the economy expected to slow in the upcoming year, the housing market—namely prices and sales—is set to stabilize, according to analysts at Fannie Mae.
When you and your agent prepare the offer, it’s important to understand what aspects are flexible so that you can compose a financial offer and a timeline that is best for you.
Coming up with a down payment to buy a home may not be easy, especially for a first-time buyer.
Any number of factors can influence your desired timeline when you sell your home: a new job in another city, a closing on your next home, a wedding and honeymoon, dissolution of an estate, a change in finances, etc.
Buying a home or property for the first time can be daunting, but there are ways to prepare and equip yourself that will make it easier. Here are some helpful tips to smooth the way and help you make the right choice.
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Whether you should buy or rent depends on your preferences and what you can afford. In the short run, renting is often less expensive than buying. In the long run, the opposite is true.