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Sep
30
2020
New Single-Family Homes Have Gotten Smaller
What we consider a big house changes over time. Someone in 1910, for example, would have a very different idea about how much living space was necessary than we do today. But while the average new home generally gets bigger over time – it grew by about 1,000 square feet between 1970 and...
Sep
30
2020
What’s New with Purchasing a Home in 2020
The coronavirus outbreak has changed certain aspects of home buying. In some ways, it’s become more challenging. However, in many ways, it’s actually improved. Here are some of the differences you'll notice about purchasing a home in 2020 and how to prepare for them...
Sep
23
2020
Rebuilding Your Home and Life After A Natural Disaster
Hundreds of thousands of homes are affected every year by natural disasters in the U.S, causing upwards of $300 billion in damages every year. We hope that you will never have to experience the devastation of a natural disaster. But should that happen, it's crucial to be prepared in advance....
Sep
16
2020
The Benefits of Purchasing a Fixer-Upper as Your First Home
Buying a move-in ready home is appealing, but there are benefits to purchasing a "diamond in the rough," too. Here are the top 5 reasons home shoppers prefer a fixer-upper.  Pro Mortgage Tip: Did you know that there are home loan programs, especially buying a home that needs...
Sep
10
2020
Home Buyer Interest Moves To The Suburbs
The National Association of Realtors' consumer website recently released the results of their quarterly Cross Market Demand Report, which looks at the homes and neighborhoods prospective buyers are searching online.  According to the results, the coronavirus continues...
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