Buying your first home is an exciting milestone—one that takes careful planning and dedication to achieve. From keeping your credit score on track to saving up for a down payment, to figuring out when it makes sense for you to stop renting and put down roots, there are a lot of factors to consider, so it’s a good idea to learn more about the buying and financing processes. We’ve rounded up four popular podcasts that touch on these topics!
Buying a home may be one of the most important decisions of your life and wondering how to start your search may feel a bit daunting. That’s why creating a house hunting checklist with everyone you plan to live with is a terrific first step in the homebuying process. Doing so will enable you to discuss, pinpoint and search for all the features that will make you fall in love with your new home. Read more.
The holiday season is a great time to get together with loved ones and reflect on what you’re most thankful for. For us, it’s you! Helping our customers find the home of their dreams is a responsibility we take very seriously and everyone who trusted us to do that in 2021 has our sincerest thanks.
Trying to decide whether to buy a new home or a resale? In addition to obvious benefits, such as being able to choose your floor plan and homesite and personalize your living space with fixtures and finishes, purchasing a new home can also be a…
Finding a real estate agent you love is a tricky task when you have thousands of candidates at your fingertips. Should you work with a friend or referral, or go for an agent with the highest online ranking? What are the potential red flags? We put together a handy overview to help you navigate these questions and more, so you can make the right decision that gets you that much closer to your dream home.
The tight resale housing market has many prospective homebuyers considering purchasing a new home in the new year. But limited inventory and avoiding bidding wars are just a few of the advantages of buying a brand-new home. Read on for help answering the age-old question: New home or resale?