Remodel vs. Resell: Factors You Should Consider

As a homeowner, there may come a time when your current house is no longer enough. It could be too small, not modern enough or simply not in line with your personal goals. At this point, many might suggest putting the property on the market. However, that could be a costly endeavor in today’s real…

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5 Ways Student Loan Debt Impacts Homeownership

As college costs continue to rise, so does student loan debt. In fact, the total amount of debt Americans carry in student loans is $1.3 trillion – the next-highest consumer debt behind mortgages. Once you divide this amount by the country’s population, the average comes out to $3,800 per person. Unfortunately, the largest percentage is…

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Pew Research Center Study Shows Homeownership Down to 1994 Level

Although the real estate market seems to be recovering, with interest rates still low and prices reaching pre-Great Recession levels, a recent study conducted by the Pew Research Center indicates that homeownership has reached a 20-year low. For certain demographics, levels even go below where they were in 1994 – the time when home values…

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Should You Purchase a Home with a Large Yard?

Couples searching for a new home often have several debates about the amenities they want. A common dilemma is one person wanting more yard, while the other wants more house. Although finding both is possible, a large yard can make a property more expensive, especially in the suburbs. However, if you don’t have the budget…

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5 Myths About Buying a Home

You’ve considered buying a home or you’ve started the process of purchasing property. In either scenario, you’ll come across a few misguided conceptions about buying a home. In rare instances, these assumptions can sway a buyer’s decision, so be sure to steer clear of the following myths: 1. Buying is Always Better Than Renting You’ll…

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