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Ways to Jumpstart Your House Hunt Online

March 27, 2020
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Good news (and we could all use some right about now)! Not everyone can make it out to a sales center at the moment, but that doesn’t mean you have to put your home search on hold. Regardless of current circumstances, you can ramp up your house hunt right now, from the comfort of your couch. And when the dust settles, you’ll be that much closer to closing on your dream home. We’ve mapped out three ways to jumpstart your house hunt online. All pajama…

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Infographic: What Homebuyers Need at the Closing Table

March 8, 2020

Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or a repeat buyer who’s a little fuzzy on closing-day details, this infographic could help you prepare for a smoother experience at the closing table. These tips (and more) are included in our Ultimate Moving Pack, a free resource that you can download here. NOTE: Curbside or other limited-contact closing options may be available to address health concerns. Ask your sales associate or loan officer for more information.

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Ranch vs. Two-story Home

March 4, 2020

Congratulations on your decision to buy a brand-new home! Now comes the hard part—determining which style of house will best meet your needs: ranch or two stories. Both single- and two-story homes offer many advantages. But which type of home design makes the most sense for your lifestyle? Read on to learn some benefits of each so you can make an informed decision—and weigh in on the age-old debate of ranch vs. two-story home! Benefits of ranch homes As any parent will tell you, toddlers…

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Why Buyers Are Moving Away From Resale

February 25, 2020

New home vs. resale. It’s a common comparison among house hunters. After all, it’s always wise to do a little research before making an important life decision. Although resales still appeal to some prospective buyers, certain concerns, like safety codes and energy efficiency, have many others opting to break ground on brand-new homes. Following are some additional reasons why some buyers may be moving away from resale: Dingy/dirty living spaces. Most people can’t imagine renting—much less buying—a home that’s lost its luster, and who can…

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