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How To Find a First Home That’ll Actually Make Money When You Sell

For most of us, buying a first home is a pretty big deal. We’re all indoctrinated from a young age with the more romantic aspects of becoming homeowners, making it hard to imagine when we purchase that first abode that we’ll ever live anywhere else.

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Posted on Sep 12, 2017

Fierce Negotiating Tactics for a First-Time Buyer

Just because it’s your first time buying a home doesn’t have to mean you go into negotiations completely clueless. While the whole process may be new to you, there’s actually some benefits to having it be your first time around. Here’s some tactics for negotiating your first home purchase:

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Posted on Aug 28, 2017

What You Need to Know Before Getting Into a Bidding War

If you’re hoping to buy a property in a competitive market, then you probably know that a bidding war with another hopeful buyer may be in the cards. But you don’t have to be a real estate tycoon to know how to negotiate; the key to surviving a bidding war is to be prepared. Here’s what you need to know before you head into battle:

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Posted on Aug 24, 2017

The Cities with the Highest Hidden Costs of Owning a Home

If you’re looking into buying a home, your mind is probably focused on things like your down payment and monthly mortgage costs, but those aren’t the only costs that come with owning a home—there are hidden costs you might not be thinking about, too.

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Posted on Aug 14, 2017

3 Things Every Self-Employed, Aspiring Homebuyer Needs to Do

Buying a home when you’re self-employed is notoriously tricky. After all, an up-and-down income cycle is—understandably—less appealing to mortgage companies than a dependable paycheck. That said, it’s far from impossible. Freelancers and small business owners alike can absolutely be approved to buy the home of their dreams. It just takes a little extra prep work.

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Posted on Jul 14, 2017

3 Reasons Your Rent-vs-Buy Math Might Be Wrong

It’s common knowledge that owning a home is cheaper than renting (at least in the long term), but anyone who has ever sat down to try and figure out the numbers knows that finding out how much you’ll save is harder than it looks. There are so many factors to consider.

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Posted on Jul 11, 2017

Experts On: What NOT to Do When You’re Trying to Get a Mortgage

While buying a home is one of the most exciting and rewarding things you’ll do in your life, it can also undoubtedly be one of the most stressful. This is due in no small part to the mortgage approval process which, at its best, is tricky and, at its worst, downright perplexing.

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Posted on Jul 7, 2017

The #1 Thing You Can Do to Save Money on a Home (That Half of Buyers Don’t Do)

There’s so much to think about when buying a place of your own. From the house-hunting process itself to the price negotiations to the inspection, it’s almost instinctive to cut corners and take shortcuts wherever you can. But there’s one place where a little extra effort in your house hunt could pay off in major dollars.

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Posted on Jun 29, 2017

Summer Projects That Will Give You Good Return on Investment

You don’t have to do a total renovation to increase the value of your home. Simple home improvement projects — like landscaping, new doors or shutters, or just a new paint job — can do wonders, majorly transforming the look of your house and bumping up its value.

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Posted on Jun 23, 2017

Think NYC Real Estate is Scary? This City Might Be Worse

Lately, social media is abuzz with Toronto’s insane real estate offerings: undesirable homes (in serious need of renovation and lacking ordinary amenities) selling at unbelievably high prices. Properties lacking everything from parking spaces to proper bathrooms have been selling at double and triple the asking price—with no signs of the area’s inflated costs slowing down anytime soon.

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Posted on Jun 20, 2017

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