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2021 Home Design Trends

We've finally moved past 2020 and are ready to begin the new year. If you want to start with fresh designs in your home, here are design trends that will be at the forefront this year: Dedicated Home Offices When we only thought quarantin...

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Housing Market Forecast :: 2021

Entering 2021, the housing market will remain strong as the economy recovers from the pandemic-driven recession. Mortgage rates will remain low, with the rates rising slowly to around 3% for a 30-year-fixed mortgage. The continuing low rate...

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Improvements to Tackle First After Buying a House

With the COVID-19 pandemic driving down mortgage rates there has been an influx of new first-time home buyers. With low inventory and high home prices, many of those buyers are having to buy houses that require repairs or updates.  If y...

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Market Update :: Winter 2020

Winter Market to Remain Steady 2020 has brought the unexpected in many ways. The real estate market is a great example of that. Despite high unemployment and an economic recession during the Covid-19 pandemic, we have seen the housing market...

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Common Home Buying Myths

The decision to buy a new home is an important one. There is a wealth of information about the home buying process on the internet, but it can be hard to separate fact from fiction. We are here to debunk some common home buying myths. Myth...

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Buying a House with Student Debt

You’ve graduated from college, found a job, and are ready to settle down in a home of your own. But you wonder to yourself, can you afford to buy a house with your student debt weighing on your shoulders? It’s a common assumption that p...

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Why You Should Sell Your Home This Fall

It is a common idea that a homeowner planning on selling their house should wait to list until spring. The thought is that there will be a higher number of buyers searching for a home in the spring market, so the odds of selling their home ...

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