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Posted on 12/04/2022
3 Major Benefits of Assuming a VA Loan
Assuming a VA loan can be a convenient and cost-effective way for veterans to finance a new home. By assuming a loan, the buyer can take over an existing mortgage when buying a home. Loan assumption can have numerous advantages for the buyer and seller, and is considered an often overlooked VA benefit. Here are some major reasons...
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Posted on 09/25/2022
Top Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a Modular Home
Buying a modular home can give you a great housing option when you need to move within a short timeframe and stay within your budget. While these types of houses tend to be affordable and available quickly, it’s important to understand the purchasing process. Knowing more about buying a modular home can help you avoid making potentially costly...
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Posted on 07/17/2022
The 3 Things You Need to Know About Selling to a First-Time Homebuyer
First-time homebuyers are an important subset of potential customer every agent and seller should know. As younger generations reach the age and stage of wanting to purchase a home, they’ll be entering the market with specific needs. If you’re selling your home—either through an agent or by owner—here are some of the most important things to do to...
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Posted on 10/24/2021
3 Ways to Prepare Your Credit Before House Hunting
Shopping for a new home should be an exciting experience, but if you are unsure of where you stand with your credit, it can be a little nerve-wracking. Having good credit will not only help you secure more favorable interest rates for your mortgage, but it can also help you avoid less favorable loan structures, higher down payments...
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Posted on 04/26/2020
Time for the Contract - What It Should Include
Photo by Mohamed Hassan via PixabayBuying and selling real estate is a complicated process that takes time. Because you are making a life decision and dealing with strangers, you should always have a valid purchase contract. Real estate agents use a standard contract, but the buyer and/or seller may make changes to that contract. In making changes, be...
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