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What Should You Consider When Starting Your Own Farm?

Posted by on Dec 2, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on What Should You Consider When Starting Your Own Farm?

If you are thinking about starting your own farm, there are several factors to consider. First, buying farmland is a different process than buying a home. You’ll also need to have enough money saved for the initial investment farming requires. Read on for tips on getting your farm started. Soil and Drainage The soil composition dictates how successful your farmland will be. Therefore, it is important to have an assessment of the soil conducted for land you are considering purchasing.   An assessment will help you learn whether...

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Four Things to Look for When Searching Waterfront Homes for Sale

Posted by on Nov 29, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Four Things to Look for When Searching Waterfront Homes for Sale

Waterfront homes for sale come with a premium price tag. They may also come with a few issues. If you want to avoid these issues, here is what to look for if you intend to buy waterfront property.  Dock Condition If the waterfront property does not have a dock, you can expect to invest tens of thousands to build one. If it does have a dock, you will need to pay someone to inspect it to make sure it is in very good condition and not experiencing dry rot, is growing mold/mildew, or is otherwise unsafe for use. For the price you pay for the...

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What Post-Completion Upgrades Should You Really Make When You Buy A New Home?

Posted by on Nov 22, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on What Post-Completion Upgrades Should You Really Make When You Buy A New Home?

If you’re about to close on a new home that is still being built, you have to decide on what upgrades you want to have done to customize the home. Many upgrades are better done as the home is being built, while some are obviously better done after (such as painting the walls — you kind of need the walls to be there in the first place). But other upgrades can be done either before or after the house is completed. The following upgrades are particularly well suited to post-completion work. Appliances Your home may or may not come...

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Understanding Your Home Inspection: Negotiating With The Seller Regarding Necessary Repairs

Posted by on Nov 16, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Understanding Your Home Inspection: Negotiating With The Seller Regarding Necessary Repairs

Buying a home is an exciting time, but stress levels can rise when a home inspection shows a number of problems with the home. While a person selling the home won’t want to put money into a home they are about to leave, a buyer doesn’t want to move into a home that needs immediate repairs. It is generally up to the buyer and seller to negotiate repairs in order for the sale to go through. As the buyer, you can say no to the purchase if you are not happy with the home inspection. This gives you some bargaining power if the seller...

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What You Want To Consider When You Are Looking For An Apartment For Rent

Posted by on Nov 10, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on What You Want To Consider When You Are Looking For An Apartment For Rent

Whether you are moving into an apartment for the first time or not, you will want to go over some of the following things that are important for you to remember. This way, you will be more likely to end up signing a rental agreement for the best apartment for your needs. The Amenities It is important to make sure that you are well aware of what amenities come with the apartment and which ones do not. Also, remember that just because you see a pool, a gym room, or a stove in the apartment you are looking at does not mean that those things are...

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Ready For Your First Apartment? What Every First-Time Renter Must Know

Posted by on Nov 9, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Ready For Your First Apartment? What Every First-Time Renter Must Know

Moving out of your parent’s home or the college dorm and into your very first rental apartment can be a wonderful and freeing experience. But along with the ability to arrange the furnishings and decorate the space as you choose comes the responsibility to care for your new home and meet the monthly rental payment, utilities, and other expenses that come with living on your own. If you are beginning to search for your very first apartment to rent and want it to be a positive, enjoyable experience, the following tips will help you be as...

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Set A Reliable Home Price Based On Local Property Sale Comparisons

Posted by on Nov 9, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Set A Reliable Home Price Based On Local Property Sale Comparisons

Possible home buyers seem to be giving low offers on a property prompting the homeowner to wonder why. The listings of other properties in the neighborhood reveal a wide range of prices. Houses not too far from one another may range in price from $70,000 to $140,000. Such a massive difference in price likely means one thing: the condition of the home is, ultimately, setting the price. Arbitrarily placing a price on a home for sale does not exactly lead to acquiring the right offers. Homeowners should examine valuation factors and engage in a...

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Real Estate Negotiating Tips That You Might Have Learned From Buying A Car

Posted by on Nov 9, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Real Estate Negotiating Tips That You Might Have Learned From Buying A Car

One of the challenges of buying a vehicle is that you’ll often have to go through a lengthy negotiation process with the salesperson. Although this experience can be taxing, it does have a silver lining — it can provide you with some valuable negotiation tactics that you can use when you’re trying to buy a home. If you’re being represented by a real estate agent, he or she will handle the negotiation, but only proceed based on your wishes. Here are some negotiation strategies that you’ve likely learned while buying a...

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Comparative Questions To Ask When Hiring A Real Estate Agent

Posted by on Nov 9, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Comparative Questions To Ask When Hiring A Real Estate Agent

Whether you’re buying or selling a home, picking the right real estate agent to help you through the process can make a world of difference. Before you sign any paperwork, it’s generally a good idea to talk to a handful of agents that have been highly recommended by family members and friends. During these discussions, you’ll often find plenty of parallels between the agents. For example, they may have the same training, focus on the same part of the city, and work among a team of other agents who can offer when it’s...

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Worried About A Slow Real Estate Market? How To Use Buyer Incentives To Sell Your Home Faster

Posted by on Nov 9, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Worried About A Slow Real Estate Market? How To Use Buyer Incentives To Sell Your Home Faster

Selling a home when the real estate market is less active can be a daunting experience. Whether the problem is winter weather or an unexpected downturn in the market due to economic or other concerns, sellers who need to sell can face long market times and little buyer activity. If you have your home listed for sale and are being impacted by waning buyer interest because of a slow real estate market or the local economy, using one or more buyer incentives may help you overcome market issues and attract the qualified buyer you need. Consider...

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