Sell or buy a home

February 28, 2008 | In Buy Home, Sites |

 Many people have tried unsuccessfully to sell or buy a home. Even with the invention of the internet- literally connecting millions- it can be a tough job. Not to mention fees and effort involved can stress you out to the point of exhaustion. Continue reading Sell or buy a home…


 

Ways to Pay off a Mortgage Early

February 23, 2008 | In Loan, Mortgage |

 Mortgage Debt

Probably one of the biggest expenses we encounter during our lifetime is our home mortgage. Have you ever stopped to figure out just how much money it costs to own a home? The mortgage we obtained for our home was $115,000. Payments on this loan are approximately $1120 a month. Every month. For thirty years. A little simple math tells us that we will make a total of 360 payments on this mortgage. A little more math tells us that we will repay $403,200 by the time all is said and done. Continue reading Ways to Pay off a Mortgage Early…

Home improvement loan with a home equity line of credit

February 21, 2008 | In Loan, Mortgage |

 You can get a home improvement loan in the form of a home equity line of credit or a home equity loan. The difference between the two is simply that a home equity line of credit is similar to using a credit card and a home equity loan is just that a loan. Loan meaning that you have a certain amount of time to pay back the money borrowed to the financial institute. Continue reading Home improvement loan with a home equity line of credit…

Your First Home

January 22, 2008 | In Buy Home |

Choosing to purchase your first home is an important step to having the ability to build better finances and to live in a place that is comfortable. If you are considering purchasing a new home, there are some things that you will want to know before you make a decision that you may regret later on. Continue reading Your First Home…

What Is Pre-Foreclosure?

October 1, 2007 | In Foreclosure |

If you have never heard of pre-foreclosure that is more than likely a good thing. When it comes down to it, you never want to hear the word foreclosure in a bad way if you have a mortgage on your home. Generally speaking, foreclosure is when you stop making payments on your home, and in turn, the lender begins to look into taking the home off of you. As you can imagine, this is a situation that nobody wants to get involved with. More than million foreclosed homes from major and minor lenders listed for sale nationwide. Continue reading What Is Pre-Foreclosure?…

Homes for sale

September 28, 2007 | In Sites |

If you are in the market of selling your home, one good resource to do so is Homes for sale by owner. In fact, it is absolutely free until you sell your house- meaning you have a guaranteed no-loss, no-commitment deal if you don’t sell it. 

Sellers will find this resource superb- but buyers are no exception. Buyers can see photos, descriptions, and estimated prices that sellers post. From location details, to school details, to even specifics such as square feet, this resource is a valuable one for buyers and sellers alike.

From Alabama Homes, to Wyoming Homes, this website has enough activity to guarantee attention from potential buyers. In fact, there are many locations to be seen- and not just for city dwellers. The website can boast a great range of sales- from rural communities to urban.

Don’t be discouraged if you don’t find something, the website is constantly getting new ads daily. Even on the website’s front page, you can see the most recent ad postings. The ease of use, easy navigation, and reliability make this an excellent decision in buying or selling a home.

If you have tried other opportunities with failure, make sure you give this a shot- you don’t have anything to lose if you can’t seem to sell your house. This valuable communicative resource will let you find what you need in no time at all- freeing up your time to start moving, and less stressing about buying or selling.

Appraisal Report When Buying a Home

August 29, 2007 | In Tips |

Why an Appraisal is Necessary When Buying a Home

You’re working with your real estate agent already, you’ve found the home you’d like to buy, and you have a lender added to your team. But now the lender is requesting a home appraisal before they will agree to give you a mortgage. It’s not a big deal, and in fact, the appraisal will help you with buying a home. Continue reading Appraisal Report When Buying a Home…

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