15 Common First-Time Home Buyer Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

Buying any home is exciting but buying your first home can be particularly exhilarating. For many first-time home buyers, buying a house is the fulfillment of a lifelong dream. But this dream cannot be achieved without traveling down a road filled with potential potholes that may be difficult for first timers to see.

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Condos or single-family homes?

Looking for a good return on your investment in a home? Consider how a condo compares to a single-family home.

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I’m looking to invest in a residential rental property, and trying to decide between a condo and a single-family home. Which one is a better real estate investment? Continue reading “Which has a better return on investment?”

First-Time Home Buyer Benefits: How to Qualify? You may qualify as a first-time home buyer if you haven’t owned your principal residence in the past three years.

Qualifying as a first-time home buyer doesn’t mean you’ve never owned a house. Meeting first-time home buyer qualifications unlocks many benefits, including low- or no-down-payment loans, down payment assistance, grants and more. And those perks can be worth a lot of money. Continue reading “First-Time Home Buyer Benefits: How to Qualify?”

 

F1 Visa Mortgage: A Guide

Can I buy property in USA on student visa? Studying in the U.S. has many perks such as getting an education from some of the top schools in the world. Living in the U.S. can, however, be a tough ball game. Rent is often expensive, so some people choose to rather buy an affordable house. Continue reading “Can I buy property in USA on student visa?”

U.S. Cities Where Homes Are Selling the Fastest. COVID-19 has brought tremendous volatility to many economic sectors, and one area where the effects have been felt most strongly is real estate. Continue reading “U.S. Cities Where Homes Are Selling the Fastest”

Why public schools matter when you’re buying a home, even if you don’t have kids….

You’re ready to buy a house. You’ve spent hours researching neighborhoods, asking prices and home styles to find the perfect place. But what about the public schools in these communities? Have you researched those? Continue reading “Why Public Schools Matter When You’re Buying A Home”