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Spring and Summer Homeowner Tips

Spring and Summer Homeowner Tips

Is it summer already? It feels like spring was a blur with the quarantine, but that doesn’t mean we can neglect spring cleaning! Spring (into summer) cleaning is a great way to refresh your space, whether at home, your workspace, or even your mental health! Who couldn’t use a little revitalization right about now?

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Tips for Buying a Home in a Seller’s Market

Tips for Buying a Home in a Seller’s Market

Imagine this: You’ve just walked through the front door of a beautiful home, newly listed for sale. The size is perfect, the neighborhood is ideal, and it’s within your price range. There’s just one problem – it’s filled with other potential buyers! They all seem to love it as much as you do, and by the end of the day, multiple offers prove this to be true.

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3 Tips to Avoid Buyer's Remorse and Shop Smarter

3 Tips to Avoid Buyer's Remorse and Shop Smarter

Spending in general has been down for Americans since the onset of COVID-19. This time may have shaped how we spend our money moving forward.

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The 30 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage: America’s Most Popular for a Reason

The 30 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage: America’s Most Popular for a Reason

The 30-year fixed rate mortgage has long been America’s most popular home loan, and for good reason. For decades now, homebuyers have made this choice over and over again, so let’s explore why.

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Can a Cash-Out Refinance Help with Major Expenses?

Can a Cash-Out Refinance Help with Major Expenses?

Did you know that typically over time your home builds value? That value is referred to as your home’s equity and it is the difference between the current value of your home and the amount outstanding on your mortgage. You may be able to take advantage of this equity to pay for major expenses with a cash-out refinance.

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What the pandemic means for the spring homebuying season

What the pandemic means for the spring homebuying season

It’s no secret that we’re in completely new territory when it comes to, well… pretty much everything. But with mortgage rates at historical lows, and home prices following suit, it feels like a carrot is being dangled in front of our noses to buy a home right now when the market is favoring buyers, but so many people are facing financial hardship. Alternatively, for potential buyers with stable jobs, how do they navigate the homebuying process while maintaining social distancing?

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