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So, it’s only the end of January and the real estate market has been scorching -- enough to melt the ice and snow! January is considered to be one of the slowest months in real estate and also sometimes considered the best time to buy. But is it really a good time? I doubt it, but I guess it's better now than later! The title of this post should actually read buyers and buyer agents are a joke, but whatever.
Everyone knows that having good credit is important. But here’s something you probably didn’t know—your credit score plays a significant role in determining whether you will be approved for a mortgage and can obtain a good, competitive interest rate.
In an earlier blog post, we went through the closings costs for a buyer. Sellers also have closing costs associated to them. Both buyers and sellers have different closing costs and each will pay their own respective closing costs
It’s almost spring and you know what that means – you’re about to put on your shorts and tee and start hitting those open houses! That’s right, if you’re thinking of buying a home it’s time to get out there! And regardless of what you’ve heard, the process should be fun and exciting – so make sure you avoid the common pitfalls.