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Is Renting-To-Own Right For You?

Renting-to-own a home is also known as a lease purchase. It’s a contract between you and a seller that sets a closing date at a future, mutually agreed-upon closing date. Often, the closing date is set sometime between one and…


Selling Your Home Vs. Renting

Renting is a no-brainer if you want to put more money in your pocket every month. Thinking about selling your home? Realtors advise selling in the spring and summer when the market is more active, and sellers are motivated to…


Your Credit Score Is More Important Than Ever

Home mortgage rates have been on the rise and that makes your credit score even more important when you look for a new home. The difference between a great credit score and a good one is tens of thousands of…


Simple Kitchen Updates That Sell Your Home Fast!

Show-stopping homes don’t always feature huge decks and vaulted ceilings. Buyers want to look at clean, uncluttered spaces and imagine themselves living in your home, so simple updates that don’t cost a lot of money can sell your home fast.…


What To Look For When Buying A House

Buying a house can be exciting. Deciding where you want to live, how many bedrooms you want, whether you want a pool or a basement, or how much yard you want to mow can lead you down a rabbit hole,…


Move-In Ready Vs. Fixer-Upper: What to Buy?

Should you buy a move-in ready home or a fixer-upper? This is a question you must answer if you are in the market for a new home. A move-in ready home means zero waiting period between the time you complete…


What Does Your Credit Score Say About You?

Your credit score determines the amount you pay for a mortgage. Bottom line is the higher your score, the lower your interest rate, and the less you pay for your home over the life of your mortgage. Banks use your…


How Attractive Is Your Home?

If you're thinking of selling your home, you might want to take a critical view of how attractive your home is to others. Even in a strong seller's market, you can increase your home's value by making small improvements and…


Use The Internet To Find Your Next Home

The internet changed the way we buy houses by letting us virtually tour as many homes in a day as we'd like. The days of waiting for realtor or homeowner availability to see the layout of a home are over.…


3 Unusual Home Financing Options

Typical home financing involves a buyer finding a home and applying for a mortgage, getting approved, and closing on the home. But not everyone qualifies for a conventional home loan and that shouldn’t stop anyone who wants to enjoy home…