Buying A New Home? Two Tips To Help You In The Process

Posted on: 14 November 2016

When you're buying a new home, you want something that is so warm and inviting that you just can't wait to get home each day.  If you're working with a realtor, it's easy to let them know how many bedrooms and bathrooms you're looking for, as well as what style of house you're after: single family home, condominium or townhouse.  However, there are some other parameters that may be even more important that you don't want to overlook.
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3 Rules For Making An Offer On A Home

Posted on: 10 November 2016

When you start looking at homes, it can be intimidating to make your first offer. You may not want to appear too eager to get the best price on a home. At the same time, you do not want to miss out on a home that you actually want by playing hard-to-get. Your buyer's agent should be able to help you present a reasonable offer for a home. However, there are some general rules that you should follow to make sure that you are expressing the right amount of interest in a potential home.
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Buying a House? 2 Important Questions to Ask Yourself

Posted on: 31 October 2016

One of the biggest purchases you will ever make will be a house, so it's very important that much thought has been put into the decision. Homebuyers should be very satisfied with the house that they decide on and know they are capable of paying off the house in the future. Before you even start the process of buying a home, ask these two questions. How Long Will You Be in the Home Before You Sell?
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Keeping New Pests Out of Old Abandoned Mole Tunnels

Posted on: 27 October 2016

Everyone knows that moles are powerful and industrious diggers, but you might be surprised to learn how far and deep mole tunnels can actually run. Perhaps even more surprising is the number of other pests that are only too happy to move in once the mole itself is gone. If you have recently successfully cleared your property of moles, you will need to watch for signs of new underground invaders and take steps to prevent them from moving in as well.
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