Make Your Home Feel Bigger Without Adding Space With Grovetown Home Inspection

Posted on: December 30, 2016 by in Blog
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(BPT) - Party balloons, elastic waistbands and the universe - for some things, expansion is easy. When your home is too small, however, it's not always possible to expand it. Whether you live in a suburban townhouse, an urban condo or a big, modern single-family home on a tiny lot, chances are good expanding just isn't in the cards for your home. Many Americans are in the same situation, and they're seeking creative ways to maximize the utility of the space they have. Here are some ideas Continue Reading ...

Evans Home Inspection Affordable Way To Qualify For A Home Loan

Posted on: December 23, 2016 by in Blog
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(BPT) - For many Americans, the biggest hurdle in buying a home is the 20 percent down payment they think is required for mortgage approval. According to a recent survey by the National Association of Realtors, 34 percent of respondents believe they need more than 20 percent. Meanwhile, low down payment mortgages account for a significant amount of home buying annually. Families with down payments as low as 3 or 5 percent have been able to purchase a home thanks to private mortgage insurance Continue Reading ...

DIY Projects From Augusta Home Inspection To Increase The Value Of Your Home

Posted on: December 16, 2016 by in Blog
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(BPT) - Whatever you're passionate about, you know hobbies cost money. People who haven't shaken the travel bug need to negotiate time off work, pay for lodging, airfare and more. If you're a big football fan, the amount you spend on food, snacks, game tickets and clothing adds up during the course of a season. Even simple hobbies like fishing can require a seemingly endless number of gadgets and electronics. Fortunately, for anyone who likes to roll up their sleeves and isn't afraid of Continue Reading ...

3 Reasons Why Winter Is A Smart Time To Buy A House With Augusta Home Inspection

Posted on: December 9, 2016 by in Blog
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(BPT) - Don't give up on buying a home as winter nears. In fact, December through February may be better for buyers than the busy season in spring and summer. Enjoy less competition and lower prices. Fewer properties are typically available during the winter, as sellers and buyers aim to complete transactions before the school year begins. You can turn that to your advantage. "In winter, there are fewer properties, but it's less competitive, with fewer buyers per property," says Greg Continue Reading ...

Autumn And Early Winter: The Best Times To Be A Homebuyer According To Hephzibah Home Inspection

Posted on: December 2, 2016 by in Blog
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(BPT) - The long-held belief that summer is the only time to buy a home is fading fast. Savvy home-buyers are learning that when temperatures drop, numerous benefits emerge that simply aren't available other times of the year. "With warm weather and many homes on the market, summer is generally the busiest real estate season. However, autumn into early winter can be opportune times for people who are serious about buying a home, too" says Geoff Lewis, RE/MAX, LLC President. "This time of Continue Reading ...

6 Holiday-friendly Home Design Features From Harlem Home Inspection

Posted on: November 25, 2016 by in Blog
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(BPT) - Sponsored Ad Content by Clayton Whether you're shopping for a new traditional, manufactured or modular home or just attempting a renovation project, it's important to consider the functionality of key spaces like kitchens and living rooms. These most-frequented rooms will host meals, family gatherings, movie nights, homework sessions and holiday celebrations, so they need to include features that facilitate all these uses and more. If the layout of your current apartment or house Continue Reading ...

Smart Tips In Buying A First-home With Grovetowm Home Inspection

Posted on: November 18, 2016 by in Blog
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(BPT) - Call this the age of personalization. You can customize practically anything these days, from the kind of information you get on your favorite news feed and the offers you receive from your bank to the icons, background and sounds on your smartphone. Personalizing something really makes it feel more "yours," so of course you want to be able to do that to your first home. If you're shopping for your first home, you may already know what you want to do to personalize it. However, you Continue Reading ...

Tech Tools From Evans Home Inspection That Can Help You Find A Mortgage

Posted on: November 11, 2016 by in Blog
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(BPT) - Whether you're a first-time or experienced homebuyer, chances are a good portion of your real estate journey will take place online. In fact, four in 10 homebuyers start their house-hunting with an online search, according to the National Association of REALTORS. It's easy to understand why: Online tools and apps can make the homebuying experience - including finding a mortgage - easier and more enjoyable. If you'll be shopping for a home this fall and winter, use the tools Continue Reading ...

Four Tips For Home Sellers From Augusta Home Inspection

Posted on: November 4, 2016 by in Blog
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If you’re looking to move, then you’re probably preparing to sell the home you’re currently in. Here are the home inspection tips for home sellers. It’s quite likely that a home inspection will be a part of the selling process for you. In fact, the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) and the National Association of Realtors (NAR) researched and determined that almost four of every five homes sold in America had a home inspection prior to being sold. NAR has reported that 99% of Continue Reading ...

7 Questions to Ask Your Augusta Home Inspection

Posted on: October 28, 2016 by in Blog
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Chances are, your home is the largest purchase you will ever make. Because of the size of the investment, it is best practice to have a certified home inspector come and go through your potential home with a fine-toothed comb and give you the low down on any hidden quirks or repairs that need to be made. Here are the home inspection guide questions that you need to ask during a home inspection. When meeting with your home inspector once they are finished, these seven questions will help you Continue Reading ...