Helpful Home Buyer Resources

Getting To Know Your Neighbors

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Moving in to your new home is a stressful and tiring event. You have to pack your stuff, schedule your move and then unpack all your things once you get into your new home. You also have to take care of transferring the utilities to your name or get some issues repaired. Once you're all settled … Continue reading...

5 Myths About Home Buying

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Whether you're a first time home buyer or a seasoned real estate investor, you've probably heard some of these myths regarding home buying. Here are 5 of the most common real estate maxims you'll hear when buying a home and why they aren't always true. 1. You need 20% down in order to buy a home. … Continue reading...

How To Prepare For Closing

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Closing day marks the end of your home-buying process and the beginning of your new life! It is an important milestone in your life but remember that the home buying process is not over yet. To make sure your closing goes smoothly, you should bring the following: A certified check for closing … Continue reading...

Five Steps To Zero Debt

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It doesn't matter if you are buying your first, second or third home, you'll still need to apply for a mortgage to finance your home buying process, unless of course you are buying cash. And, in order to qualify for a mortgage, you need to have an outstanding credit score. The process of applying … Continue reading...

6 Things To Know About Co-Op Housing

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Co-ops and condos have become popular especially in New York. Most home buyers and home owners get confused between co-ops and condos because they look the same on the outside. However, there are big differences between these two that home buyers should be aware of before deciding which housing type … Continue reading...