Bad Credit? You May Be Able to Buy a Home in One of These Three Ways

Posted on: 29 November 2016
If your credit score falls into the poor (550 – 649) or bad (550 and below) range, you may think you have no hope of getting a mortgage to buy a home. This is not necessarily the case. While you will have to work a bit harder to find a mortgage – especially one at a decent rate – there are options for people with bad credit to buy a home.
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Interested in Energy Efficiency? 3 Features the Luxury Homes You Consider Buying Should Have

Posted on: 24 October 2016
Buying a luxury home should yield you all of the best features that a personal property has to offer. Here are three features every luxury property you consider purchasing should offer. Smart Appliances Not only should the luxury homes you tour feature high-end appliances, but most of the pieces should be "smart" and have the ability to connect to the Internet. Many smart appliances include technology that allows you to monitor core energy consumption so you know exactly how much power your dishwasher, washing machine, and refrigerator are using at any given time, whether or not you're at home.
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3 Tips for Buying Luxury Homes That You Need to Know

Posted on: 13 October 2016
Are you ready to purchase your first luxury home? If you've never purchased a luxury home, you might be surprised to discover that the process isn't quite the same as it is when you are purchasing average-priced properties. For example, when you're buying a luxury home, you need to have your entire financial portfolio available for lenders to review—not just your income statements and you credit reports. So before you start looking at the luxury homes for sale, check out these tips.
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Phone Home: Top 3 Reasons To Use A Real Estate App

Posted on: 20 September 2016
Whether you're buying or selling property, there's an app for that. In a recent survey, 69 percent of respondents said they consider it a fun activity to shop for homes and other properties online, and the average time per session they spent looking at properties is nearly an hour. While only one in five "lookers" are actually in the market to buy, there are other reasons to use a phone app to market or purchase property.
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