January 2020

Found 4 blog entries for January 2020.

 

Buying a home is already a tedious and extensive process. Having to fill out paperwork, the expenses, and the stress of the actual move-in day can make the experience all that dreadful. Buying a move-in ready home provides tons of benefits. A move-in ready home is a home that is completed or nearly reaching completion. Such a home is ready for an immediate sale.

 

Here is a list of 4 reasons to buy a move-in ready home: 

1.) Enjoy the Upgrades

Buying a move-in ready home allows you to indulge in lavish upgrades for half the work. Instead of shopping around and spending time and money trying to figure out the perfect style, a move-in ready home comes already finished. Move-in ready homes have higher end fixtures and attractive

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Building wealth in real estate can seem like a challenge. Learning the correct steps to take can be difficult. Maybe you have heard of investing from a co-worker, family, or a friend and want to know how to get started! Here is a guide on how to start investing in real estate and making your money work for you. 

1.) The Value of Time

The real estate market has the ability to fluctuate in value. The reality is that overall trend for real estate has increased over time. When looking for a home to invest in, be prepared to pay in cash and have an emergency fund set up for any unexpected repairs that could arise. In order to generate profit from your investment, time will be your best friend. Your property will gain value the longer you wait to

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Homes are going like crazy. There is nothing that could ever stop home buyers from getting the home they love. Whether it is paying a little extra or working longer hours to fit the budget, feeling financially stable is a key pre-buying step that all home buyers need.

Do you feel financially ready to buy a home? Here are some tips on how to know if you are ready to buy.  

 

1.) Be Debt Free

Do you have any outstanding debt? If you do the first step is to figure out how much you owe then come up with a plan to pay it off. I would recommend to start with the smallest debt and work your way up into paying off the larger debt. Buying a home is a huge expense especially having a mortgage loan. 

If you feel the need to use a credit card

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Being a first time home buyer can be very confusing! With so many different houses, locations, and styles, it can become difficult to distinguish any home from the perfect home. 

 

Here is a six-step guide on finding the perfect home: 

 

1. Location, Location, Location!

Finding a perfect home starts with discovering where you want to live. Do you want to live near family? The beach? What about in the city! Figure out your ideal location for where you want to live and what your priorities are. Since buying a home is a long term investment, think about where you wanna be in the next couple of years. 

 

2. Money Honey! What is your budget?

Buying a home is an expense you have to be prepared for. Figure out your total

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