Buy A Home? Be Sure To Do These 3 Things Right After Moving In

Posted on: 27 January 2017

As the home buying process starts ramping down, you'll be coming close to the day when you finally get the keys and can start moving in. When the day arrives, you should immediately do a few things. Change Your Locks You may have the keys, but you can never be sure who will still have an extra copy from when the previous owners owned the home. For all you know, a dog walker could still have an additional set of keys and have access to your home.
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Tips On Finding The Right Homes For Sale

Posted on: 29 December 2016

In order to find your dream home, you might just need to know where to look. Here are some tips on conducting your home search and finding the homes for sale that match your personality.  Choose the Right Real Estate Agent The first step will be to find a real estate agent who can help you in your search. They should be someone who is a good listener, so that when they help you find homes for sale, they are tailored to your needs.
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Benefits of Buying a Small Home for Your College-Bound Teenager

Posted on: 13 December 2016

When your son or daughter is preparing to head away to college in a different city or even a different state, the topic of housing will definitely come up. While there might be some interest in staying in a dorm on campus, you can also weigh the option of buying your teenager a small home to live in while he or she studies. During one of the orientation visits to the college, take the opportunity to meet with a local real-estate agent who can show you some suitable properties.
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Tell Your Real Estate Agent That You Don't Want To Schedule Any Open Houses

Posted on: 23 November 2016

When you get ready to put your home on the market to sell, you may start to dread the idea of open houses. While these events can be useful, many sellers don't favor the idea of having to vacate their home for a couple hours on the weekend—after spending several hours cleaning the home. The truth is that it's possible to sell your home without holding any open houses. If you aren't fond of the idea of open houses, share this sentiment with your agent.
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