If you have a dog, cat or other furry friend, you know that they can feel exactly like part of the family. That is why it is important to consider your pet’s needs while house hunting. Keep in mind, that some homes and neighborhoods are more pet friendly than others. Here are five things to consider when searching for a home, so you and your pet don’t end up in the doghouse.
Whether you’re building a custom home or purchasing a resale home, it is important to examine the interior and exterior design of the property, so you end up with a home that stands the test of time. We decided to make a list of the most common design mistakes that homebuyers make, so you can purchase your next home without any regrets.
The average U.S. rate for a 30-year fixed mortgage has dropped to the lowest it has ever been since 2017, making many existing homeowners eligible for a refinance.
According to Freddie Mac, due to a housing supply shift, more homeowners are beginning to age in their existing home rather than upgrade into a new home. Unfortunately, this shift makes it increasingly difficult for millennials to purchase inexpensive starter homes like previous generations.
Closing on a new home can be one of your most memorable life moments. It’s the final and one of the most critical stages in the home-buying journey, but with the exchange of key paperwork and a sizable down payment, it can also be a stressful experience, especially for first-time homebuyers.
Selling your first home to purchase your “forever home” is exciting! When you bought your first home you were probably young, low on cash and had to give up some amenities to afford your own place. Now, you are older, most likely have some savings to work with and are ready to move into a home that is as unique as your needs and lifestyle. Here are a few suggestions that will help you find your forever home.