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  • Why Should You Consider Buying a House Through Rent to Own Home Set-up? By:-Jacquelyn Marks
    Looking for a new place for you and your family can be a daunting task, only because you are not that confident when it comes to your financial capabilities. Some properties would require thousands of dollars as down payments, while some would need full payment in cash; this is mostly true for properties that have been recently foreclosed. Fortunately, today's real estate condition, now allows future homeowner to purchase or acquire ownership of foreclosed homes, REO properties and even bank-owned homes through a rent-to-own policy.
  • Buying a Home in Retirement: Downsizing By:-Miranda Marquit
    Downsizing to a smaller home during retirement often reduces your expenses, and it provides you with a way to get a little more cash out of your previous home. It can be especially effective if you have the mortgage on your larger home paid off.
  • The Scoop on Multi-Million Dollar Condos in Minneapolis, MN By:-Jamie Mathwig
    With over 4000 square feet of space and up to four bedrooms, many of these high end condos have more square footage than the average house. The majority of high end condos offer three or four bathrooms, with at least one bathroom containing features such as double sinks, a jetted tub, and built in storage.
  • Rent or Own? The Pros of Each By:-Andy Asbury
    For some people, owning a home is an integral part of achieving the American Dream. But for others, and perhaps a growing number of people, home ownership is not in the cards. And oftentimes, that is a calculated choice people make. The reality today is that some people simply prefer to rent a home instead of own one. Of course, there are upsides to both renting and owning.
  • Avoid These Eight Mistakes When You Buy Or Sell A House By:-Gary Torrell
    For most people, buying or selling their primary home, vacation property or rental property can be among their most important and expensive business transactions. This article offers advice on how to avoid some common mistakes in the process and make the best use of your time and money.
  • Condo Living in Today's Market By:-Jamie Mathwig
    Utilities such as gas, water and electricity may be covered in the owner's monthly fees, but in some instances they are not. It's up to the buyer to learn what is included in the purchase price, and to understand any expenses that will be additional. All of this must be thoroughly examined before making the purchase.
  • Rent or Own - Which is Better By:-Jacob Pettit
    The article debates whether it is better to rent a house or to buy one. It is clear that some financial calculations and economic awareness are needed before making decision whether to rent a home or buy a home. All in all the decision to buy a home has to be made only when a person is financially capable to afford all the payments associated with a mortgage.
  • Pros & Cons of Gated Communities By:-Krista Kehoe
    Often they have small residential streets and shared amenities. In larger gated communities, with more amenities, it may not even be necessary for residents to leave for day-to-day activities. In North America, gated communities are often set up to contain high-value properties or retirement villages.
  • The Benefits of a Condo Lifestyle By:-Terry Paranych
    Not sure whether you want to live in a house or a condo? For some people, condominium living is definitely the way to go and will mesh better with their lifestyle. There are many advantages and benefits to the lock and leave condo life.
  • Walkable Communities 101: What Is a Livable Community? By:-Tarek Safadi
    With so many developers embracing innovative and environmentally-friendly building practices and urban planners getting back to creating more live/work communities, 'walkable' is a word that has been enjoying a big surge of popularity lately. But what does that word mean, exactly? Well, it's actually pretty simple.
  • Lofts and Condos: Your Neighbors By:-Andy Asbury
    There is a song that noted soul singer Aretha Franklin sings. It is called RESPECT. And even if you do not like her particular brand of music, you should keep the song and its title in mind if you are looking to buy a loft or condo. As in: Respect your neighbor. That is one of the keys to a positive urban living experience.
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