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Escalation Clauses – A Home Buyer's Secret Weapon

Today we discuss escalation clauses because much of the country is experiencing an extreme “sellers’ market.” By that, I mean there are more buyers than there are sellers, and that results in sellers’ getting more than one offer to buy their property. The seller can be picky about the terms under which he is willing to sell. A potential buyer is apt to make one or more offers which are rejected before making a successful offer. If you are a buyer, how do you increase the chances that you........ Read More

Tips For First Time Homebuyers

For the average American, buying a home will be the biggest purchase you ever make. The thought of owing that much money can be quite daunting, especially if you don’t make a lot of money or live paycheck to paycheck. But even taking this into consideration, buying a home is the best investment of your money that you can make for you and your family's future. In this day and age, most people are paying rent and all of the utilities anyway- so why not own your own home? Once you are at a poi........ Read More

Home Owner Association Restrictions – Read Before Buying

Many communities have associations for homeowners, property owners, condo owners, or similar associations. The presence of a homeowners association, also known as “HOA”, introduces another layer of rules and regulations to consider when buying a home. Some people love these associations and some hate them. Homeowners’ Associations Some associations have very simple rules such as no abandoned, non-working motor vehicles and no grass above ten inches tall are allowed. Others have architect........ Read More

Help For 1st Time Home Buyer Credit Repair

Purchasing your first home can be very exciting and yet at the same time, be very frightening too. One of the first things that 1st time homebuyers are concerned about is how are they going to maintain their outstanding credit rating or how they will repair their credit rating once they purchase the home. This is a great concern to the 1st time homebuyers because most of them do not have enough to buy the house upfront and as a result, they have to takeout a loan from a bank or some other fin........ Read More

Avoid Home Buying Blues At Closing

Buying a home is a stressful and emotional affair. You can avoid the home buying blues by keeping your cool at closing. I've just come from a settlement table at which a friend bought a new condo. It's beautiful, convenient and just what she wanted. However, at the settlement table she and a relative whom she clearly loves got into a tiff with each other. What should have been a happy occasion was almost spoiled. Thank heavens they got themselves together and the situation was saved, but argum........ Read More

Buying A Home With No Money Down

If you are on the market for a new home, you may want to look into buying a home with no money down, otherwise known as 100% financing. The benefit of buying a home with no money down is that you will be able to use the money you normally would use for a down payment for other things, such as closing costs, or putting it toward new furniture. One of the requirements for buying a home with no money down is having excellent credit, or, at the very least, next to excellent credit. Keep in mind,........ Read More

What Do Home Buyers Really Want?

While every homebuyer is different, there are some common themes among those that are looking for a new home. Every buyer wants a quality home that they will be proud to live in and won't fall apart within months or even years. Most homebuyers are focusing not only on quantity in the way of square footage, but also quality, as that is what gives a home its worth. Common Desires There are some basic things that homebuyers are looking for when they look at a home. Some of the most common ........ Read More

Home Buyers’ Guide

Who buys home for the first time will face many difficulties not only having to understand the process of buying a home but also having to know which type of loan suits them the most. Advice from well meaning loved ones can be helpful, but buying a home is a major financial commitment and you would be wise to educate yourself on the home buying process before taking the first step. You should talk with a real estate agent since they can give you an expert advice when you have any queries regar........ Read More

The Home Buying Process : What Steps To Take

There are several steps to take in the mortgage process. The following is a list of the best steps to take in order to ensure a smooth and simple transaction. 1. Get Pre-Approved First During the pre-approval process all the information necessary to complete a mortgage transaction will be collected. A pre-approval is substantially different from a pre-qualification. A pre-approval is the process of actually getting approved for a mortgage without having an actual property picked out yet. Having........ Read More

Buying A Home After Filing Bankruptcy-rules For Success

1. Apply With at Least 3-4 Mortgage Companies - Compare offers. Subprime mortgage borrowers are at the highest risk for excessive mortgage fees, inflated interest rates and other unethical mortgage practices. Applying with several mortgage companies will give you an idea of what you can expect your interest rate and fees to be and will lessen your chance of being "taken" by an unscrupulous lender. Having several offers in hand will also give you leverage to negotiate for lower rates and fees. ........ Read More

Buy Foreclosure Homes

If you're looking for someone who can help you find the best deals available on all kinds of apartments, houses and commercial real estate, don't turn to an agent or broker. Instead, just visit ForeclosureConnections.com, where our knowledgeable staff will teach you how to buy foreclosure homes for discounts that will amaze you! These great chances to save are available everywhere, and anyone can learn how to win them, even if you've never bought real estate before in your life! No matter wha........ Read More

The Pros And Cons Of Buying New Motor Homes For Sale

Are you interested in buying a motor home? If you would like to buy a motor home, you will need to make an important decision. That important decision is whether you would like to buy a new motor home or a used motor home. If you are like many other hopeful motor home owners, there is a good chance that you would like to buy a brand new motor home, but the question is should you? When it comes to determining if you should buy a new motor home, you may be wondering what you should do. One ........ Read More

Home Buyers And Sellers Are Going Online

Technology is changing how Americans buy and sell homes in unexpected ways, including how they work with real estate agents and brokers. That's a key finding of one of the largest surveys of real estate consumers ever conducted. According to the study, conducted by the National Association of Realtors, nine out of 10 home buyers use a real estate agent in the search process, but use of the Internet to search for a home has risen dramatically over time, from only 2 percent of buyers in 1995 to ........ Read More

Avoiding Closing Costs When Buying A Home

Most homebuyers – especially those doing it for the first time – are faced with a tough challenge when it comes to closing costs. Enough consumers who have saved for many years may not have enough available funds to cover fees related to a major real estate transaction. But there are ways to at least minimize the costs, and there are several strategies for buying without incurring any immediate closing costs. With excellent credit you may qualify for loans over and above the price of the pr........ Read More

The Homebuyer-multiple Realtor Paradox

Many People think that they will get the best deal by not making any commitments to a Realtor. They think that they will dangle a carrot in front of many Realtors and say that the one who finds the “best deal” will get their busisness. This doesn't work because it is such a shaky proposition that a Realtor will invest minimal, if any, work in the caller. Worse for the homebuyer, each agent they call is automatically working for the sellers, which means that they are contracturally bound to g........ Read More


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