It’s an exciting decision to purchase a home, whether you’re moving across town or across the country. But there are a few expenses you may not have thought about during your house hunt, namely moving costs. The costs that go into moving vary depending on many different factors. To help you make the transition from […]
A new home has its own fair share of new responsibilities. Odds are you knew a few of them already when you started looking for a home. Now that you’re beginning to seriously search for your dream home, it’s important to know some of the other factors about owning a home that might be unexpected.
The idea of buying a home may feel more like wishful thinking if you’re unsure of how to save enough money for a down payment. You’re not alone if you have no clue how to save up for a house. Saving up for a down payment can not only be intimidating but also nearly impossible
When buying a home for the first time, your first instinct might be to spend the maximum amount that you’ve been approved for. But before you do this, it’s critical to think about whether you can really afford the mortgage your lenders are offering you. Don’t rely on a bank to tell you how much
It’s no secret the U.S. housing market has been heating up. In fact, since 2008 the housing market has grown up to 11.4%. With a low supply of homes and a high demand, it’s definitely a seller’s market. A seller’s housing market can be challenging because of how much competition you’ll be going up against.
The housing market is hot right now, but homes are in short supply. That’s why, when you want to buy a home, new construction homes may be one of your best options. Not only do you not have to worry about intense competition, but you also don’t have to worry about investing in a home