Buying a Home

  • How to Put in a Counter Offer on a House

    Buying a home got you excited and nervous at the same time. It can be a process, but you have to be ready for every part of it. The hardest part may be putting a counter offer in on a house. If you're prepared, however, you will not have anything...
    By latashababygirl July 5, 2011 

  • Should You Rent a House and Buy Another?

    Should I rent out my house and buy another? There are various reasons someone can have for wanting to rent a current home they live in, and buy another piece of property. These reasons include relocation, buying more space, capitalizing on equity...
    By Lashan Clarke July 5, 2011 

  • Gross Monthly Income and Buying a House

    Are you sick of apartment living and long for the privacy and space home ownership can provide? Do you wonder how much should your gross monthly income be to buy a house? Lenders use gross monthly income for two primary calculations to determine...
    By Kaye Morris June 29, 2011 


  • How Much to Offer When Buying a Home?

    How much to offer when buying a house is simple. Shop extensively for a house that is below your budget and then feel free to offer more than the asking price, if you love the property.
    By KellenKautzman June 29, 2011 

  • How to Buy a Short Sale House

    This how to buy a short sale house guide makes buying a home easy.
    By KellenKautzman June 29, 2011 

  • Do You Have to Comply If a Buyer Wants the Seller to Pay for a Home Inspection?

    So, you finally got an offer on your house and the buyer now wants the seller to pay for a home inspection—meaning you! As the seller is this a responsibility you must accept? Find out here.
    By Jean Scheid June 29, 2011 


  • What to Consider when Buying a Renovated Older Home

    Older homes can be a great investment and save a considerable amount of money. However, if you do not know what to look for when buying renovated older homes, you could wind up spending a lot more money than you originally planned on when you purchased...
    By Finn Orfano June 29, 2011 

  • Understanding Seller Concessions

    Buyers who have limited resources may be able to take advantage of seller concessions to help them purchase a home. In some cases, these concessions can reduce the amount of money a buyer needs to borrow or significantly reduce closing costs. Learn more...
    By Finn Orfano June 29, 2011 

  • Use Sweat Equity to Get New Construction Home Loans

    For those who are interested in having their homes built, there is an option for down payment assistance. Sweat equity new construction home loans are available for homeowners who are handy and meet certain requirements for these programs.
    By Finn Orfano June 29, 2011 

  • Real Estate you Should Invest In

    If you’re asking yourself the question, “What real estate should I invest in?” the answer is simple: U.S. farmland. Here’s what to look for and reasons why farmland is a great investment, even in a recession.
    By theMallorys June 28, 2011 
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