Buyer's Guide to Residential Real Estate

4 Types of Mortgages

Posted on Nov 25, 2022 in Buyer's Guide to Residential Real Estate

Whether it is your first or tenth home, it's always good to know your mortgage options. I thought I’d share four types of mortgages to help you start the home buying process.

Open Mortgage

An Open Mortgage is for you if you want complete flexibility regarding your mortgage. This mortgage allows you to make large payments and pay off the loan without...

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10 Things to Keep in Mind When Searching for your Dream Home!

Posted on Apr 26, 2022 in Buyer's Guide to Residential Real Estate

When creating your house hunting checklist you will want to be sure that you have your needs, wants and bonuses clearly defined. At the core of that list you want to emphasize what it is that you, your family, and your lifestyle requires in order to live a happy healthy life in your new home. We have compiled 20 things to add to that list to increa...

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Tips For Moving With Kids

Posted on Mar 18, 2022 in Buyer's Guide to Residential Real Estate

Packing up and moving the whole family could be a mixture of excitement and complete and utter chaos. The end goal being to simply get everything and everyone to your new home, regardless of how much coffee, tears, candy that may be later. Don't worry we support your quick thinking! We wanted to share a few tips that may make it a tad be easier the...

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Things to Consider When Searching for a Family-Friendly Home

Posted on Feb 16, 2022 in Buyer's Guide to Residential Real Estate

The Floor Plan

It is important to consider what kind of floorplan would best suit your family. Many people tend to enjoy an open concept floor plan for entertaining and keeping an on on everyone. While an open-floor concept may be appealing, having the ability to close doors to certain areas of the house like the kitchen can help corral energetic to...

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Down Payments

Posted on Jan 17, 2022 in Buyer's Guide to Residential Real Estate

Every home buyer has their own unique financial situation. What works for one person may not work for the other. The most important thing to do is to talk to a professional. Start by finding a mortgage broker, assessing your funds and detailing what your home goals are. From there you will be able to find out what options will work best for you.


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Financing the Construction of A Home

Posted on Dec 21, 2021 in Buyer's Guide to Residential Real Estate

Looking to start fresh in a fabulous custom built home but not quiiiiite sure of what to expect? There is a lot to know when you go the new construction route. When you have a real estate agent who is well versed in this area PLUS is going to have your back at each step you will make it through... Even if that seems unlikely at times. 

So lets tackle...

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