Category: Buyer Resources

Look in a Historic Neighborhood for Your Next Home

Jacksonville’s historic neighborhoods provide buyers with opportunities to own homes with character and style. These neighborhoods often have great parks and tree lined sidewalks to enhance their appeal.

July 21 / 2013
Author Jenn Hawkins
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Top Things to Do After Moving into a New House

What to do after you move into a new home.

July 16 / 2013

What To Do BEFORE Moving Into a New Home

Subtle improvements before moving into a new home

What to Do When a Home Purchase Deal is Derailed

Unforeseen circumstances can prevent a deal from concluding successfully.

Neighborhood Features to Examine Before Buying a Home

Location, Location, Location! An obvious and important aspect of buying a home is looking at the home itself, but another, and sometimes forgotten, is exploring the neighborhood. Limited amenities and services, unkempt communities and noisy neighbors can curb a home sale, and to avoid moving into an area that lacks the features owners are looking [...]

Factors to Consider Before Building a Home

For all the benefits building a home can bring, there are still other factors to consider

Confessions of a First-Time Homebuyer – The Leap

As with most change, it happens gradually over time as opposed to overnight. So I’m not quite sure when it happened, but I recently realized that I’m ready. I want to own my own home.

This is a story of a first-time homebuyer.

Why First Time Homebuyers Should Shop Around

It is often beneficial to buyers to examine several properties before deciding to make an offer.

Which Home Flaws Should You Ignore?

when buyers find flaws, it’s important to differentiate between features that should be ignored and those that should be addressed.

February 21 / 2013