Category: Buyer Resources

Take Notice of These Potential Issues When Shopping for a House

The last thing a buyer wants to happen after signing a mortgage is to find the their new dream home has foundation issues or another costly repair that derails their move-in plans. These issues can be largely avoided if buyers are prepared to address potential property problems before they buy a home. Shoppers who are interested in a property [...]

November 14 / 2013

Tips for Buying an Older Home

Older homes may have different electrical systems, tanks and even paint that may need to be updated before moving in.

November 05 / 2013

Finding the Perfect Home in Another State

Relocating for a new job or simply to start over can be an exciting venture. However, it can seem challenging to find a new home when individuals don’t know the nearby towns, neighborhoods or other features of their new location. There are several steps buyers can take to find the perfect piece of real estate [...]

The Ultimate First Time Homebuyers Guide

This resource guide, compiled by a team at The Home Depot, is designed to assist first-time homebuyers through the process of evaluating a home’s condition and understanding some of the most common repairs and renovations a house may require.

Your “Finding a First Home” Checklist

Buying a home can be a great investment, and many households dream of starting a family and developing memories in their first home. When it comes to shopping for a property, many first-time homebuyers may be surprised by all the options their real estate agent provides. Luckily, there are several ways prospective buyers can narrow [...]

Toxic Substances Found in Houses

The different types of toxic substances found in houses

Making Offers that Appeal to Home Sellers

Using knowledge of a seller’s situation and the advice of a real estate agent can make offers more compelling and negotiations yield better results.

How to Know if a Neighborhood is Right for You

Before you buy a home and make what’s likely to be one of the biggest investments of your life, you owe it to yourself to get good information on your new neighborhood.

Consider Commute Time in Your Next House Hunt

Do you love your job, house, or neighborhood but absolutely hate to make the long commute? Does commuting to work take 60 minutes or more? If so, you are apart of the 8.1%, per the United States Census Bureau, of Americans who make a huge trek, and sacrifice, to work daily.

July 24 / 2013
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