Three Tips For Handling Military Relocation When You Have Kids

30 August 2017
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Having to relocate due to military orders is never easy, but it's that much tougher when you have kids in tow. You need to account for their emotions and do all that you can to make this change a bit easier. on them. Here are three tips for handling a military relocation with kids. Do your best to move straight into your new home. You may be tempted to move on-base at first and then search for a more permanent home in the area. Read More 

Is It Safe To Buy A Home With Termite Damage?

30 August 2017
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You're looking through a beautiful home for sale and everything seems perfect. Then, you spot it -- the telltale chew marks in the support beams that indicate termite damage. Many potential buyers would shake their heads and cross the home off their list. However, buying a home with termite damage is not always a bad idea. You really have to dig a bit deeper and ask a few questions to assess the severity of the problem and whether or not the home is right for you. Read More 

Three Tips For Selling A Dry Home In A Floodplain

30 August 2017
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If you own a home in a floodplain, you might be apprehensive about being able to sell that home. Even if the home is structurally perfect and has not been wet since you've lived there, the idea that it is located in a floodplain can be off-putting to a lot of buyers. Here are some tips to help you make the sale. Boast about the home's other features. You do need to disclose that the home is in a floodplain. Read More 

How To Satisfy Contract Contingencies Faster In Competitive Real Estate Markets

13 August 2017
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Prospective home buyers often place contingency clauses in a real estate contract when making a purchase offer. In a competitive real estate market, however, sellers may be less inclined to wait the number of weeks necessary for the fulfillment of the contingencies. To produce a more attractive offer, buyers may be able to reduce the time required for contingency completion. Once a buyer has signed a purchase offer and deposited the accompanying earnest money, a legally binding contract is in effect. Read More 

3 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before Buying A House

1 August 2017
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Buying a house can be very exciting. Many people look forward to the time when they will be able to buy a house. However, looking for a house can be stressful because of all the decisions that need to be made. This is why it is so important that before you start looking at homes for sale, you have an idea of what you are looking for. Here are some things you should have in mind. Read More