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    Questions to Ask Yourself if You’re Considering Buying a Home

    By Cassie Leon | July 10, 2023

    Two Questions To Ask Yourself if You’re Considering Buying a Home July 5, 2023For BuyersPricingFirst Time Home BuyersInterest RatesMove-Up BuyersBuying Myths If you’re thinking of buying a home, chances are you’re paying attention to just about everything you hear about the housing market. And you’re getting your information from a variety of channels: the news, social... Read More

    Cashflow VS Appreciation

    By Blake Schreckhise | August 2, 2022

    The 4 Money Makers of Real Estate: Appreciation: The value of homes can rise or fall. In the long run most homes will appreciate as long as they are maintained Amortization of your Loan:This benefit is two fold.You can leverage your money with a loan.A portion of your monthly payment will go towards principle and... Read More

    You Should Buy An Ugly Home

    By Blake Schreckhise | June 1, 2022

    Having trouble getting a seller to accept your offer? Are you trying to buy a home and finding that every time you fall in love with a house you are competing with multiple buyers and even though you are offering above asking price, guaranteeing cash over appraisal, taking property as is and waiving inspections you... Read More

    Paying Your Home Off Early With a HELOC

    By Blake Schreckhise | May 1, 2022

    I’ve a friend who has a friend who is claiming to be using a HELOC to pay off their home in around seven years. What’s a HELOC A HELOC is an acronym for Home Equity Line Of Credit. The name says it all. It’s a line of credit that is secured against the equity you... Read More

    Using Your Tax Refund To Achieve Your Homeownership Goals This Year

    By Cassie Leon | April 15, 2022

    If you’re buying or selling a home this year, you’re likely saving up for a variety of expenses. For buyers, that might include things like your down payment and closing costs. And for sellers, you’re probably working on a bit of spring cleaning and maintenance to spruce up your house before you list it. Either way, any money you get back from your taxes can help you achieve your goals. Using a tax refund is a common tactic for buyers and sellers. SmartAsset estimates the average American will receive a $2,897 tax refund this year. Read More

    Using Your Home as an Investment

    By Blake Schreckhise | April 1, 2022

    Is Your Primary Residence an Asset or Liability? Put simply an asset is something that makes you money while a liability costs you money. If you own your home in the traditional sense it’s probably a liability. Why do I claim it could be your best investment opportunity? Why not just buy an investment house... Read More

    Why Inflation Shouldn’t Stop You from Buying a Home in 2022

    By Cassie Leon | January 12, 2022

    Why Inflation Shouldn’t Stop You from Buying a Home in 2022 If you’re following along with the news today, you’re probably hearing a lot about record-breaking home prices, rising consumer costs, supply chain constraints, and more. And if you’re thinking about purchasing a home this year, all of these inflationary concerns are likely making you wonder if... Read More

    October is the Sweet Spot for Buyers

    By Cassie Leon | October 2, 2021

    Early October is the Sweet Spot for Buyers Are you looking to buy a home? If so, we’ve got good news for you. While there’s no denying the housing market is having a great year, many of the headlines are focused on the perks for sellers. But what about buyers today? As a buyer, you’re likely braving bidding wars... Read More

    By Cassie Leon | August 18, 2021

    Real Estate: It’s Still a Lack of Supply, Not a Lack of Demand One of the major questions real estate experts are asking today is whether prospective homebuyers still believe purchasing a home makes sense. Some claim rapidly rising home prices are impacting demand and, by extension, leading to the recent slowdown in sales activity.... Read More