Little Known Factors That Affect How Much Property You Can Afford
Getting pre-qualified for a home loan is an essential first step to knowing how much home you can buy. But did you know that the property itself also affects on how much you can afford? Here are some of the factors that determine how much you can afford to buy with your home loan.
Have you been...
Should I Sell My Current Home Before I Buy A New One?
You may be wondering if there is a right order to buying and selling a home when you're already a homeowner. For example, would it be better to sell first and then shop for a new home?
Or maybe it's best to buy first then sell your current home?
This article will help you to understand the...
The Easiest Ways to Save Money with Energy Efficiency
It’s often said that making a budget is a lot easier than actually sticking to it! But when you become a homeowner, it’s even more essential that you make an effort to live within your means. Your house is not only your biggest investment, it’s also the place you and your...
Tips for Buying a Home When You're Self-Employed
Self-employment has its perks, like making your own schedule, negotiating your pay, and maybe even have a little more free time to do the things you love (or perhaps the complete opposite and free time is nonexistent)! If you're self-employed or a freelancer, you're not alone. About one...
Buying a Starter Home vs a Forever Home: Which Should You Choose?
When you're a first-time homebuyer, the first thing on your mind is probably, "how much home can I afford?" and rightfully so! Knowing how much you qualify for is the first step to buying a home.
But here's another crucial detail to consider: should you buy a starter home or a...
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