Tag Archives: Buying a Home

Seven Ways to Save Money When Buying your Next Home

Buying a home is expensive, real expensive- but it’s a great investment that increases the quality of your life and your finances. It might seem like a real financial burden, but you’ve done your homework and you’re prepared. The good news is, there are a few easy tricks that can help save you money during the home buying process.

That’s right, you can still save some money while getting the home of your dreams.
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Old vs. New Ways of Doing Business in Real Estate

The most important thing to realize is that the new ways of doing real estate come from a need for a shift in the industry. For the most part, the new way of going about real estate is going to be more beneficial for the customer – but only because it was built upon the old way of doing things. It should not be viewed as a battle of old school vs new school in real estate, but rather how the two can work together. Using the old fundamentals and mixing it with the new efficiency is the only way to view the world of real estate. Here a few ways we have viewed the evolution of the real estate industry:

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The Top Apps for Buying or Selling your Home

Nowadays it seems like there is an app for everything and there definitely is. It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that there are actually a lot of apps out there that can help you while you are buying or selling your home. I’m sure at this point you are wondering how much these apps could genuinely help you out.
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Most Common Real Estate Myths Debunked

There are a lot of opinions out there about real estate, these are some of the most common myths we have found. Hopefully, this will get you off to a good start so that you can make the best choices. Whether you’re selling or buying, it is important to know what you are getting into and that you are making the right decisions. There are plenty of home-selling/buying myths that people often buy into and we are here to make sure that doesn’t happen to you. Continue reading