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Ways To Make Your Move Easier With A Furry Friend

Ways To Make Your Move Easier With A Furry Friend

Moving into a new home is a process that can be described as tedious and anxiety-ridden, but did you know that your dog indeed feels the exact same way about it? Moving into a new house with a pet can be an uncertain, drawn-out process that can cause them a great deal of stress. After all, dogs tend to crave familiarity, and moving from their familiar setting to a new home can take quite some time

How To Purchase A Home If You Have Student Loan Debt

How To Purchase A Home If You Have Student Loan Debt

Many people who want to buy a home put it off until they can completely pay off their student loan debt. And while that is a responsible choice, it is not a necessity. As long as you do a thorough examination of your current debt, financial priorities, and maximize the following aspects of your finances, you can qualify for a home loan.     Improve Your Credit Score  T

Cryptocurrency and Real Estate

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Cryptocurrency and Real Estate

In April 2021, Bitcoin hit an all-time high in the price of its coins, virtual trader Coinbase went public with a valuation of $86 billion, and Venmo, owned by PayPal, announced it’s adding support for cryptocurrencies. All of these give access to customers who can now easily buy, sell and pay for items with cryptocurrencies for lower fees, more privacy and more security than they currently

What To Avoid When Moving With Pets

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What To Avoid When Moving With Pets

There’s no doubt that pets add another layer of stress and complication to a move, but of course we wouldn’t leave them behind for the world. And moving with an animal can be done safely! Read on to learn seven mistakes people make when moving with a pet and how to avoid them.   1. Not Preparing Your Pet for The Move A move is always stressful for an animal, even ifthey’

Pending or Contingent?

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Pending or Contingent?

Each home listing has a status that’s updated by information that the listing agent feeds into the multiple listing service (MLS). A home listed contingent or pending are under contract, but there’s still a chance for you to buy it. Most purchase offers for the buyer to back out if they can’t get financing, the home doesn’t pass inspection, or the hom

Five Tips For New Homebuyers This Spring

Five Tips For New Homebuyers This Spring

Spring hasn’t sprung just yet, but if you are looking to buy a house this spring it’s better to be prepared!  The spring real estate market can be intimidating for any buyer especially if you are a first-time homebuyer. But, as seasoned buyers may know, there are a few things you can do to put yourself in the best position for getting the home you desire. If you are a first-tim

Tips For Home Buyers Purchasing A Fixer Upper

Tips For Home Buyers Purchasing A Fixer Upper

If you are currently in the market for a new home, you may be feeling a little hopeless with the lack of options. If you find yourself having a hard time finding your dream home, one solution is to buy a fixer upper and create your dream home from scratch. Purchasing a fixer upper can be an intimidating process, but if you follow these tips and tricks your renovation will be done before you know i

How to Save Money When Buying a Home

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How to Save Money When Buying a Home

So you finally decided you’re ready to buy a home, but you're intimidated by the big red price tag? Sure, homes are an expensive investment, but there are many steps you can take to ensure that you are getting the best bang for your buck. Keep reading to find out ways you can save money when buying a home.    Use a Local Real Estate Agent A great real estate agent will s

Tips for Purchasing a Home During the Winter Season

Tips for Purchasing a Home During the Winter Season

It’s a common belief that spring and summer are the best months to purchase a home and real estate tends to slow in the winter months.  While this is true, purchasing a home during the winter season is possible.  There are many benefits to starting your home search when the weather turns cold.  If you are ready to start your search, follow these tips to make the home search go

Tools You’ll Need After Buying a Home

Tools You’ll Need After Buying a Home

If you have recently moved or are a new homeowner, a tool kit is something that you will definitely need in your new space! A home tool kit usually starts with a small investment on the part of a new and inexperienced homeowner. Then, grows over time as new projects need to be completed and skill level improves. Here are a few ideas to help get you started on your own tool kit.    Pa