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Category Archives: Buying a Home
Here are some guidelines you can use when considering each factor: Continue reading →
One of the things that probably most surprises people about me as a financial planner is that I rent. Continue reading →
Coming up with a $50k down payment on a $250k home may take several years of aggressive saving but with the recent run up in the stock market, your retirement account may not be a bad place to go for the additional funds needed to get you on the path to home ownership. Continue reading →
You have to find your personal “Goldilocks” number: not too much, not too little, but just right. Continue reading →
Here are some things I looked for in purchasing my first rental property: Continue reading →
Buying a home before you are ready is a recipe for failure and is a mistake that is entirely preventable. Continue reading →
Learn from my mistake and buy once you’ve met the following criteria. Continue reading →
For potential home buyers ready to get back in the game, interest rates are near historic lows and now may be a good time to buy – as long as you avoid these common mistakes and make an informed purchase that fits your plan. Continue reading →
Tweet Today is the first day of spring and among other things, that means many people will begin the process of buying a home. Despite the crash in the real estate market a few years ago, real estate remains a … Continue reading →
Tweet Thursday is the first day of spring, which means daffodils in bloom, Easter egg hunts, and new homebuyers coming out of hibernation. For employees considering a home purchase this spring househunting season, their decision could be the best or … Continue reading →