How to Choose a Home?

Here are some tips to help determine which house is best for you.
Once you've settled on a couple of preferred neighborhoods for your home search, it's time to pcik out a few hoes to view. Having a house features "wish list" keeps you focused on which features are most important to you.

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   Why is Home Inspections Important?

Suppose you bought a house and later discovered, to your dismay, that the stucco exterior concealed a nasty case of dry rot. Or suppose that when you fired up the furnace in the winter, you discovered a cracked heat exchanger leaking gas into your home. The best way to avoid unpleasant surprises like these is to arrange for a home inspection before you buy.

 

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12 Questions to ask when choosing your REALTOR ®

Choosing a good REALTOR® is like selecting a good wine. There are a lot of wines out there, but unless you know something about where it came from and the quality of its substance, you won’t know how it tastes till you uncork it.

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Why Use a REALTOR® When Buying a Home?

Real estate transactions involve one of the biggest financial investments of most people’s lifetime. Transactions today usually exceed $250,000. If you had a $250,000 income tax problem, would you attempt to deal with it without the help of a certified professional accountant? If you had a $250,000 legal question, would you deal with it without the help of an attorney? Considering the small upside cost and the large downside risk, it would be wise to work with a professional REALTOR® when you are buying a home.

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