USDA Loans: Not Only For Farms

Posted on: 4 October 2016
For many people, owning a home is just a dream. Perhaps they have little to no down payment available and feel that home ownership is not in their future. For these people, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) offers a path to owing a home that could mean the realization of their dreams. If you are irritated with throwing away your money on rent instead of building valuable equity in a home of your own, read on to learn more about this government-sponsored program for guaranteeing mortgages.
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Hiring a Real-Estate Agent for Investment Property: Three Things to Consider

Posted on: 26 September 2016
Purchasing a property for investment requires different considerations than buying a new home or condo. You'll want to find a real-estate agent who understands the finer points of investment properties to help you find the right purchase for your financial goals. Here are some of the things to take into consideration when looking for a real-estate agent to help you find an investment property. Investment-Property Experience  While many real-estate agents have experience with buying and selling homes, finding an agent who specializes in investment property may help you to better meet your purchasing goals.
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5 Items To Spruce Up Your New Condo

Posted on: 13 September 2016
If you have been shopping for a new condo, you know that they come in varying sizes and shapes. In order to buy the perfect condo, you must be able to visualize where all your lovely items will be. In order to do this, you might want to start gathering up some new furniture and other items for your home. No matter which condo you opt to buy, you will be able to create a lovely home for yourself and your family with five basic items.
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Tips For Personalizing Your Rental Home Without Upsetting Your Landlord

Posted on: 5 August 2016
One of the most common challenges that renters face is the inability to really personalize their living space by painting the walls or making other significant changes. If you've recently rented a new home, you may have asked your landlord about repainting only to be discouraged. That doesn't mean that you cannot personalize the space with more temporary measures. Here are some tips to help you make the space your own without lasting changes that will cost you your security deposit.
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