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Home Buying in Winter … To Buy or Wait

Think buying a home in winter is crazy.  Not really.  It is not as common to buy a home in winter due to all the other activities and festivities but there are some great reasons why buying a home in winter just might pay off.  Take a look at why some people might buy a home in winter and the benefits it has on them.  Read more

America’s Haunted Houses

We just love Halloween.  Let’s take a look at America’s haunted houses and hear their stories.  Do you have a haunted house near you?  Let us know, we want to hear all about it.  Read more

Top Five Millennial Friendly Cities

Millennials are looking for cities where they can buy affordable homes and still find activities to support their careers and family life. Millennials are experiencing more student loan debt which is why affordable housing and locations are necessary.  Here are the top five cities based on this criteria.  Read more

6 Tips to Consider When Buying Your First House

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As an engaged or new married couple, you might be at the point that buying a home is the next step to building your family nest egg.  If you are a first time homebuyer there are a few things to consider when buying a home.  Understanding your living arrangements and how you and your spouse will live in your home will be important.  For instance how many bedrooms do you need?  Is a bedroom turned office important? Are you planning on children soon after getting married?  Keeping in mind the number of rooms and what types of rooms are important to you can help with finding the home that works for you.  Asking yourself questions like do you need a family room and a living room or will one suffice? Do you want a multi-story home or on a single level?  Understanding what neighborhood is best suited to your lifestyle, understanding your budget and size of home you need is also important.  However, there are six considerations Read more

Innovations in Urban Architecture – Making Use of Small Spaces

Photo Credit: Architonic

Photo Credit: Architonic

Guest Blogger: Monica Gomez

As the world’s population continues to grow, the amount of space available for building home and office space is naturally set to decline. However, with a lot of imagination and a little bit of skill, we can see this not as a disadvantage, but rather as an opportunity to creatively design small, energy efficient yet comfortable housing and office space.

Getting Creative

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Managing Home Finances

Understanding the details of your home can help you understand your overall financial budgets.  Understanding the value of your home, the value of the contents in your home, your monthly expenses, your home’s maintenance costs, and your home improvement projects spend will help you better understand the true costs to help manage your home.  This infographic shows you more details about home finances and how you can properly view them.

 

HomeZada Managing Home Finances Infographic

9 Reasons Your Neighbors Hate You

We love this infographic from Visualy.ly that explains some ways to stay aware in your neighborhood.  Being aware of your behavior will help you be a better neighbor. Here are 9 things to avoid to make sure you are invited back to the party.    Read more

Reality Shows versus Real Estate

Ever wonder if some of those reality television shows are really what is happening?  This infographic by Jensen and Company takes a deeper look at real estate reality shows versus what home buyers actually do when looking for homes. Read more

What Home is Right For You?

This is a great infographic from First Real Estate.  It gives some pointers on what might be the best home for you, a townhouse, a single family home, or a condo. Find out what might work best for you.   Read more

What You Need to Know About Moving

we're movingIt’s time for your and your family to move.  Here are some tips to think about during the moving process.   Read more

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