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What is a Property Survey and Why You Should Get One Before Buying a House

There are several benefits to getting a property survey before buying your first home
Posted by Brianna Corey on June 24, 2018 in  Buying a Home  First Time Home Buyers  Owning a home
What is a Property Survey and Why You Should Get One Before Buying a House There are several benefits to getting a property survey before buying your first home. Find out all the information you need to know, and how you can get a property survey done today! SHARON LEE When buying a home, the last thing you want is a surprise. Most people worry about leaky roofs or rusty boilers. But there may be property issues that can come to light and cost you a lot of money if you’re not careful. One way to avoid get... read more
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Starting Fresh: How to Buy a New Home Construction

Find out how you can buy a new home construction today!
Posted by Brianna Corey on June 21, 2018 in  Buying a Home  First Time Home Buyers  New Construction  Owning a home  Real Estate
Starting Fresh: How to Buy a New Home Construction Personalization, customization, fewer repairs, and less maintenance are just some of the benefits of buying a newly built home. Find out how you can buy a new home construction today! GUSTAVO GONZALEZ What could be more exciting than living in a brand new home? The blank slate can be thrilling: living in a place no one has lived before, a home with fresh paint, untouched carpets, and even fresh grass that no one has trodden! While most of the homes bought and s... read more
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House Settling: Should You Worry?

House settling can be a new home simply getting used to its place, or it can be the sign of a serious issue with the home
Posted by Brianna Corey on March 21, 2018 in  Owning a home
House Settling: Should You Worry? House settling can be a new home simply getting used to its place, or it can be the sign of a serious issue with the home. Signs that a house is in bad condition include large cracks in the foundation and uneven floors. AMY FREEMAN House settling occurs when your house is getting used to life in its new location. Typically, a new house settles during its first three years of existence. House settling shouldn’t cause major issues — just cosmetic ones, such as a thin c... read more
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