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Tax season isn’t always met with positivity. But when you’re a homeowner, you tend to view tax season differently. That’s because of the tax benefits of being a homeowner. With tax season soon upon us, we wanted to share some of the lesser-known tax benefits of owning a...
Choosing your neighborhood should be considered just as carefully as the home when you're in the market to purchase a house. Just like moving in with a roommate, communities have habits and personalities --some of which may not be the right fit for you and your family. For example, some...
Although we don't see this too often, backing out of a home purchase deal that is possible in some instances. However, it's not without consequences. This article gives you a general idea of what to expect should you cancel your home purchase agreement after it's accepted. However, it...
Whether you are buying a home or are refinancing, there are fees required to finalize the loan. We lump all these together and call them closing costs. With refinance loans, the closing costs are a bit less because certain elements are missing (such as title fees, home appraisal fees, and...
Are you buying a house for the first time? Not knowing what to expect can make things unnecessarily overwhelming and daunting. To help reduce the stress of the unknown, we've broken down the timeline to buying a home in this step-by-step guide. Keep in mind that this is just a general...