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How to Buy a Home: Research the Local Real Estate Market

Filed in Home Buying by on March 18, 2015 0 Comments
How to Buy a Home: Research the Local Real Estate Market

Research the Local Real Estate Market is the 3rd of an eight-post series on How to Buy a Home. Now that you’ve checked your credit and obtained your pre-approval, it’s time to go see some houses, right? Wrong. You could start viewing homes all willy-nilly but that would be a recipe for a home buying […]

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How to Buy a Home: Get Pre-Approved

Filed in Home Buying, Mortgages by on March 11, 2015 0 Comments
How to Buy a Home: Get Pre-Approved

Get Pre-Approved is the 2nd of an eight-post series on How to Buy a Home. If you’re just beginning the home buying process, you may have already started to look at properties. This would be the wrong thing to do. Getting pre-approved for a mortgage is one of the first things you should do when […]

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How to Buy a Home: Start with Your Credit

Filed in Credit, Home Buying by on February 24, 2015 0 Comments
How to Buy a Home: Start with Your Credit

Start with Your Credit is an eight-post series on the essential steps on How to Buy a House. If you’re looking for straight-forward, no-nonsense, and no hard sell info on how to buy a house, look no further. Lucky you, you’ve found me and my immense and impressive home buying acumen. Now, pay attention and start […]

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A Fresh Financial Start

A Fresh Financial Start

Ready to hit the reset button on 2014? Sure, with all the credit card breaches, hackers, scammers, and ebola, who isn’t? Enter NerdWallet’s “Fresh Financial Start” roundup for the new year. The money geeks have scoured the nation to gather their recommendations for financial products that help people get the year off to a fresh […]

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How To Find a Home Near the Best Schools

Filed in Home Buying, Mortgages by on January 14, 2015 0 Comments
How To Find a Home Near the Best Schools

If you’re looking to buy a home and have children (or plans for children), then knowing how to find a home near the best schools is probably important to you. Unless you’re just in it for the tax breaks, you want what’s best for your kids – and that usually starts with education. In Maryland, many […]

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