Being a first-time home buyer is an exciting time as you prepare for your future in a beautiful new home! It’s easy to get wrapped up in the fun of house hunting, that you forget to think about some important things. From hidden costs, to realtor quality, here are 10 common mistakes first-time home buyers make and ways to overcome them!
Different life situations call for different mortgages and strategies for home buyers. Here are a number of life circumstances that may occur and how to help smooth out the mortgage and home buying process.
A neutral color palette may sound dull, but actually there are a ton of different colors out there that can transform your outdated space into something amazing! If you’re selling your home, this is a great step in starting to prepare to list it.
The trick is to use the right mixture of wall colors, furniture and pops of color to make the space visually appealing to the largest number of people (buyers). I went searching and found some beautiful ways you can use a neutral color palette to impress. Take a look!
Whether you’re looking for a quiet, family-oriented community like Richmond Hill or the sophistication and flair of big city life like Savannah, there are countless reasons why people choose to call the beautiful state of Georgia home!
Before you can decide which area you want to live in, you need to know everything you can about the different cities and neighborhoods you have to choose from in Georgia. This post will serve as your guide to living in Hinesville/Ft. Stewart.
When you’re preparing your home for sale, one of the most common things you’ll hear is to get rid of the clutter; and for good reason. Potential buyers need to be able to picture themselves and their own belongings in your home in order to even consider making an offer.
These days insurance companies see home buying as a risk sharing partnership. So to make sure you find yourself in the higher protection class and be able to get the best offer to insure your future home, there are a few things to consider.
The best home buying experience is one where all goes according to plan — the first house is the perfect house, acceptance of your first offer, and a smooth transition to signing on the dotted line. While the process is (almost) never that easy, there are things you can do as a first-time home buyer to avoid making mistakes that can cost you big time in the long run.
Considering putting your home on the market? Here are some helpful tips to make your home appeal to buyers.
In a perfect world, the very first home your Realtor shows you will be The One. Then, your first offer will be accepted, the home will pass inspection with flying colors, the seller will pay all closing costs, and you will close on your home in less than 60 days. The reality is that more often than not, your first time home buying experience will not be that easy.
Hello and thank you for visiting my site! Let me take a moment to welcome you to Coastal Georgia. I am a little biased but I believe it is one of the most beautiful places on earth. We live a “lifestyle” most folks dream about. Think laughing kids on baseball/soccer fields, think jet skis and boating, think good schools and great churches……