Is Making Multiple Offers On Different Homes A Smart Move?

Posted on: 3 January 2017
Losing a home you wanted to another bidder can be a heartbreaking experience. Some buyers have turned to making multiple offers on different houses to avoid that heartbreak. Whether or not this is the best strategy for buying a home is debatable. If you are thinking of making multiple offers, here is what you need to know.   Should You Make Multiple Offers? Ultimately, the decision to make multiple offers is yours, but you should consider the pros and cons before deciding.
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How To Prepare To Buy Your First Home

Posted on: 28 December 2016
It is important to make sure that you are doing everything possible in order to give yourself the best shot at having a positive first-time home buying experience. When you are proactive with this, you are less likely to experience a lot of disappointment. Save Up As Much Money As You Can Even though you may believe that you are going to be offered a loan that does not require a down payment, it is better to be well prepared in case you need one.
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Ways To Find Foreclosed Homes For Sale

Posted on: 16 December 2016
If you are looking for a house to buy but do not want to pay full price, you might be able to find a foreclosed home for sale that would be affordable to buy. When banks foreclose on homes, they tend to sell them for prices that are lower than current fair market values, and buying a house like this could be a great way to become a homeowner. Here are some ways you can find foreclosed homes in your area.
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Taking Your Home Off The Market? Don't Put It Back On Until You Make These Changes

Posted on: 15 December 2016
If your house has been on the market for a long time with little to no serious interest from buyers, you may be tempted to take the listing off the market for a period of time. For example, if the Christmas holidays are approaching and you don't want to deal with selling the home, you may keep it off the market until the spring. When spring arrives, however, you shouldn't just put the home back on the market and expect it to sell, given its earlier inability to sell.
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