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Home Warranty Companies

We strongly encourage you to research home warranty companies prior to making a selection.  Please feel free to utilize  Below please find a list of 10 companies that offer a home warranty:  Old Republic Home Protection 2-10 Home Buyer’s Warranty Choice Home Warranty Fidelity National Home Warranty OneGuard Home Warranties Allied…

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Home Inspectors

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What’s a home inspection? A home inspection is when a paid professional inspector — often a contractor or an engineer — inspects the home, searching for defects or other problems that might plague the owner later on. They usually represent the buyer and or paid by the buyer. The inspection usually takes place after a…

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The kitchen is one area of the home that sees the most wear and tear. All the water, heat, and food spills add up quickly so it’s important to focus on quality and lasting appeal when you’re choosing materials for a kitchen remodel. Here are a few things you should avoid: Cheap Laminate Countertops: The…

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Buyer Financing Process

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Your First Step to Becoming a Homeowner! Here’s a brief and easy way to understand the financial steps you’ll need to take to guide you towards your new home. Calculate your budget Apply for a mortgage/paperwork/loan application Lender begins processing application Lender provides booklet of estimated closing and related costs. Please make sure you ask…

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Buying Your Home – Appraisals & Market Value

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What is the return on new versus previously owned homes?
Buying into a new-home community may seem riskier than purchasing a house in an established neighborhood, but any increase in home value depends upon the same factors: quality of the neighborhood, growth in the local housing market and the state of the overall economy. One survey by the National Association of Realtors shows that resale homes do have an edge over new homes. The trade group’s figures show the median price of resale homes increased4.3 percent between 1999 and 2000, compared to 2.8 percent for new homes in the same period.

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