Tag: Home buyers

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Things you wish you knew before buying a home

There are always things that you wish you had done differently. As they say, ” hindsight is 20/20/ But, when it comes to making one of the biggest purchases in your life, as a home buyer, you are better off learning as much as you can from the experiences of others. Read on to see things other home owners wish they knew before purchasing their homes.

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Loan Limits Removed From VA Loans

July 2019 is a month for the history books. Today Realtors and veterans everywhere are celebrating as the Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act has just been signed into law. H.R. 299, which eliminates the cap on home loans issued by the Department of Veterans Affairs, is a bill benefiting veterans seeking to make home purchases.

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Radon – A Silent Danger

So, not many people may know this, but one out of every five homes in Tallahassee has Radon levels that exceed the acceptable limits. This is a problem and here’s why. 

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Arbor Hills September Market Update

arbor hills, home sales, tallahassee, 32309, september, 2016, sales on rise, sale price on rise,

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You Just Bought a House! What’s Next?

You’ve attended the closing, you’ve signed the papers, and the keys are in your hand. It is official, you are now a homeowner! But, what’s next?

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Buy Now And Save

Housing demand currently exceeds supply, and if you wait much longer you run the risk on not being able to find your ideal home at a price that you can afford. Buy now while the interest rates and prices are still low.

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Home Buying – What Millennials Really Want

Over the years, a trend has formed. Article upon article, stating that it has the answer, “What Millennials Want.” Unfortunately, most of these articles are wrong. The truth is, many of the people writing these articles hail from another generation who seek to understand Millennials with little or no success. This is because much of the consumer data gathered on Millennials was misleading. Millennials, more than any other generation, are saddled with debt.