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Want to know a secret to selling your home this year? Of course, you probably know a few of them: freshen up the paint, make it look and smell newer - but did you consider utilizing the latest tech to sell? What about social media?
Have bats, rats, or spiders taking up residence in your house? You might feel like you’ve stepped into a real life horror movie. Don’t settle in with them - here's how to evict creepy critters.
Whether you’ve made plans to renovate your home or maybe you are refinancing or purchasing with a 203(k), recruiting a home renovation team you can count on to see your project through to the end is key.
Buying a home is a huge investment and decision for any family. Much of it requires planning and careful consideration – however, a lack of flexibility could be a recipe for disaster as you begin your search. Just think of the homebuying process as a journey that may require you to adjust your trajectory along the way.
It isn’t to say that when you start the process of buying a home, that it is going to be stressful – but sometimes the process alone (fetching financial documents, writing the occasional letter of explanation) can be wearisome. Buying a home is one of the most important financial decisions one can make – cue the stress.
Sometimes, while house shopping, you may ask yourself the question, “Should I buy a fixer-upper, or no?” Most people have heard stories, equal parts nightmarish and fairy-tale-esque, about a friend, or a friend of a friend’s cousin’s uncle’s brother who bought a house and renovated it. Results may vary.
One of the most frequent questions our mortgage bankers are asked by customers is how to improve their credit.
If you want to take your credit score to the next level, whether your score is in the pits or you wish to up your buying power for the house you’re saving for – here are the five things Daniel Bortz from trulia says you should avoid with your credit: