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The Real Deal: Am I Ready to Buy a House?

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If you’ve had enough of your roommate eating your leftover take-out, your absentee landlord hiking the rent year after year even though the heat barely works, or your mom asking what time you — a full-grown adult the last time you checked — will be home, you might be dreaming about buying your own place, and doing it sooner rather than later.

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Posted on Sep 25, 2017

9 Unicorn Metros Where The American Dream is Still Alive & Well

Looking for that unicorn of a U.S. metro area with a strong job market, rent and home prices that are actually still affordable, plus a vibrant social life? Yes, those cities do still exist — and a new report graded 75 American metros and ranked them in order, giving an A+ to just nine.

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Posted on Sep 24, 2017

Rent or Buy In This Historic Scottish Castle — House of the Day

Do you entertain fantasies of castle living, but aren’t exactly ready for the sort of upkeep that comes with a centuries old stone building steeped in history? Well, we have some good news: this castle in Scotland has been converted into townhomes, and there are two currently on the market—one for rent, and one for sale.

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Posted on Sep 24, 2017

On the Market: Old Houses Under $200K with Woodwork to Die For — Be Your Own Fixer Upper: Under $200K Homes with Killer Woodwork

Real estate daydreaming is one of the most enjoyable pastimes: you can envision all the lives you’d lead, all the outfits you’d wear, and all the updates and improvements you’d make without being confined by budget, building codes, or reality. Here are a dozen homes currently on the market for under $200,000, all of them fixer-uppers of varying degrees, all of them featuring ridiculously beautiful, ornate, and irreplaceable original woodwork.

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Posted on Sep 23, 2017

Next-Level Tips for Serious Buyers to Get the Most Out of Open Houses

Open houses are kind of fun, aren’t they? There’s something interesting about walking through a home and trying to picture yourself living there. However, when you’re serious about getting into the real estate market, it’s time to take this experience to the next level.

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Posted on Sep 22, 2017

Check Out Beyoncé and Jay Z’s $26 Million House in the Hamptons

Seems like Bey and Jay are crazy in love with a new house. The mega stars closed on a property last month in Bel Air , but they’ve got their East coast pad on lock now, too. The music moguls also spent $25.925 million in July for this sprawling East Hampton manse, as spotted on 6sqft.

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Posted on Sep 22, 2017

Be Inspired By This Magical, Mystical RV for Sale Emblazoned with Mr. T Riding a Unicorn

Today in things that really exist that you can buy, allow us to present this 1973 GMC motor home. It’s like your average motor home in a lot of ways, except that this one comes with some inspirational art, in the form of Mr. T riding a unicorn.

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Posted on Sep 21, 2017

What Real (Not-Rich) Buyers Can Do to Compete in All-Cash Markets

More than ever, we hear about people buying homes in “all cash.” But what do you do when your last name isn’t “Bezos” and you’re trying to buy a home? While you may not be popping open a cash-filled briefcase any day soon, your goal of homeownership isn’t impossible. Here’s how to compete with those all-cash buyers who seem to be taking over the market.

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Posted on Sep 21, 2017

This Startup Will Help You Buy a House, Under One Condition

When we think of booking a place on Airbnb, we typically associate it with a temporary stay, but it’s officially become a gateway for would-be homeowners to secure a permanent pad.

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Posted on Sep 21, 2017

The Money Pit Home Is for Sale — and It May Be an Actual Money Pit

Before there was Chip and Joanna, there was Tom Hanks and Shelley Long in the classic 1986 film The Money Pit. The duo starred as two yuppies who buy a sprawling estate for just $200,000 in a distress sale. But naturally, nothing goes right when they attempt to move into the home, which ends up being a deathtrap with collapsing stairs, a bathtub that falls through the floor, and even a resident raccoon. And now, it can all be yours!

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Posted on Sep 20, 2017

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