First Time Home Buyer

December 10, 2013 - 11:05 AM
When buying a home in Baltimore, the area you choose to search for a home will be an important factor. Not only does location determine important considerations like the schools your kids will attend and the amenities you can access, but it can also affect potential resale value in the future. One area worth Read More

Charles Village: Where to search for homes in Baltimore

When buying a home in Baltimore, the area you choose to search for a home will be an important factor. Not only does location determine important considerations like the schools your kids will attend and the amenities you can access, but it can also affect potential resale value in the future. One area worth considering during your home search is the Charles Village neighborhood.

December 3, 2013 - 4:31 PM
When shopping for a home in San Diego, you need to make the choice between San Diego condos and single-family homes. Often, the decision is not easy. Each housing option has its own benefits and drawbacks that must be considered. Before you make your final choice, give these considerations some thought. Read More

Should You Buy a Condo or House in San Diego?

When shopping for a home in San Diego, you need to make the choice between San Diego condos and single-family homes. Often, the decision is not easy. Each housing option has its own benefits and drawbacks that must be considered. Before you make your final choice, give these considerations some thought.

Benefits of Buying a Condo

November 27, 2013 - 12:23 PM
There are plenty of new housing projects in process in and around Sacramento. If you're considering new construction in Sacramento, below are a few things to consider: Advantages of buying a newly-constructed home There are many advantages to buying new construction in Sacramento. Not the least of these is Read More

New construction homes in Sacramento

There are plenty of new housing projects in process in and around Sacramento. If you're considering new construction in Sacramento, below are a few things to consider:

Advantages of buying a newly-constructed home

October 29, 2013 - 4:04 PM
  You may be one of many families that relocated and bought a home during the summer so your kids could start at a new school. Hopefully your new home, new neighborhood and new school have all been a great fit. But what do you do if your child’s transition into a new school hasn’t been so smooth? Before you Read More
October 22, 2013 - 2:44 PM
We’ve brought you tips for buying in the fall, a decor project you can diy for the holidays, and yes - it’s already time to think ahead to winter, especially if you own a home in a chilly part of the country! One of the most important components of winterizing your home is turning your attention toward Read More
October 20, 2013 - 8:23 PM
The name Nashville is almost synonymous with the music entertainment industry, but for those who are buying a home in Nashville, the city offers much more than simply the music and entertainment scene alone. If you're contemplating a move to Downtown Nashville, here's what you might want to know. Lifestyle Read More

Buying a home in Downtown Nashville

The name Nashville is almost synonymous with the music entertainment industry, but for those who are buying a home in Nashville, the city offers much more than simply the music and entertainment scene alone. If you're contemplating a move to Downtown Nashville, here's what you might want to know.

Lifestyle in Downtown Nashville 

October 16, 2013 - 4:13 PM
  When you’re touring a home you’re interested in, you know the essentials to look for: what’s the square footage? does the roof obviously need repairing? what’s the flow like? If you’re thinking of buying a home in the fall, there are a few more things you should watch for when you’re checking out homes Read More
October 8, 2013 - 3:41 PM
Those in the market for Boston real estate will find themselves facing two basic options: Condos or Houses. Either buy a comfortable condo or opt to spend a bit more per square foot and get a single-family home. Because of the lack of land in the city itself, single-family Boston homes for sale are a bit Read More

Pros and Cons of Buying a Condo in Boston

Those in the market for Boston real estate will find themselves facing two basic options: Condos or Houses. Either buy a comfortable condo or opt to spend a bit more per square foot and get a single-family home. Because of the lack of land in the city itself, single-family Boston homes for sale are a bit pricier, and you can find quite a few choice options away from the heart of the city at times. Understanding the pros and cons of buying a condo will help you make the right decision for your specific situation.

Benefits of Living in a Condo

September 29, 2013 - 9:00 AM
Seattle, particularly downtown Seattle, is a food-lovers paradise. Imagine having the Pike Place Market just outside of your front door, not to mention a half-dozen weekly fresh food markets? Plus, the fishing fleet that delivers a variety of fresh salmon, pike and shellfish right to the downtown waterfront Read More

Moving to Downtown Seattle, the foodie's heaven!

Seattle, particularly downtown Seattle, is a food-lovers paradise. Imagine having the Pike Place Market just outside of your front door, not to mention a half-dozen weekly fresh food markets? Plus, the fishing fleet that delivers a variety of fresh salmon, pike and shellfish right to the downtown waterfront every day, and the city offers a myriad of coffee shops, seemingly one on every street corner.

Seattle restaurants

September 10, 2013 - 4:57 PM
As the largest city in the state of Texas, and the fourth-largest city in the United States, Houston has something to offer everyone. Covering approximately 600 square miles, the city of Houston itself is home to over 2 million residents with over 6 million people calling the Houston Metro area home. Houston Read More

Where to Find Affordable Homes in Houston

As the largest city in the state of Texas, and the fourth-largest city in the United States, Houston has something to offer everyone. Covering approximately 600 square miles, the city of Houston itself is home to over 2 million residents with over 6 million people calling the Houston Metro area home. Houston's location has contributed over the years to its diversity.

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