The square footage of a house is important when buying or selling a property. Many people have no idea how to measure a house in square feet because there is no mandatory standard. The standard set by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is voluntary so you should be careful with measurements, particularly when buying [...]
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There are many things you should not do before purchasing a home, or you may compromise your chances of getting a mortgage at best, or even be refused a mortgage at worst. Take the tips below seriously, because many people have ignored them and were sorry they did. You have found your dream home, so [...]
Buying and selling a home can be a strange combination of very personal feelings and very impersonal relations. Both the buyer and the seller usually have strong emotional connections to the house, but in the course of making the sale, the two parties don’t always meet in person. If you don’t get an opportunity to [...]
Buying a home can be an exciting and somewhat stressful experience. When shopping for your new home, keep in mind that one of the most important aspects of home ownership is often neglected, finding the right mortgage. Your mortgage is the backbone of the entire purchase, but without doing proper research, you might not be [...]
Housing has been a bright spot in economic news as of late and there is more positive news coming from the housing sector. The National Association of Realtors (NAR) is reporting that existing home sales (previously occupied homes as opposed to newly constructed homes) rose in November by 4% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.42 [...]
Houses, like people, can be all shapes and sizes. What you choose to buy might not be what someone else chooses, but the thing nearly all home buyers look for is a well-made house. Home inspectors, builders, and previous owners can all help by informing you of the condition of a potential purchase, but knowing [...]