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Home ownership is one of the most exciting and terrifying things you’ll ever take on. Whether you’re a first-time home buyer or a seasoned expert, there’s always more to learn when it comes to buying - and owning - your own home.

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Buyer’s Market vs. Seller’s Market: The Difference and How To Navigate Both Home Ownership

Buyer’s Market vs. Seller’s Market: The Difference and How To Navigate Both

Before buying or selling a house, you’ll want to understand the current power dynamics in the housing market. The market has two opposing sides: buyers and sellers. Depending on factors like supply and demand, one side has the upper hand. Understanding where the market is can help you devise a strategy to buy or sell […]

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Biggest Bang for Your Buck Cities in the U.S. Home Ownership

Biggest Bang for Your Buck Cities in the U.S.

If you want to stretch your paycheck without sacrificing a high quality of life, then consider moving. While moving isn’t an easy decision, it can be an amazing way to make your money go further. You might assume affordable cities are unexciting, but that isn’t always the case. For instance, Niche assessed U.S. cities and […]

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How To Find Ultra-Luxury Residences In Your Area Home Ownership

How To Find Ultra-Luxury Residences In Your Area

You may have noticed a stark increase in advertising for “ultra luxury condos” in your area lately. These swanky apartment rentals or real estate options are becoming increasingly popular — especially in larger cities. At first, you’d only find them in more “glamorous” cities like New York, Los Angeles, or Miami. However, now they are […]

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Heating Your Home Is Getting More Expensive: Why and What To Do About It Home Ownership

Heating Your Home Is Getting More Expensive: Why and What To Do About It

Heating your home can be a financial strain. In fact, HelpAdvisor says 26% of Americans skipped or cut back on basics like food and medicine to pay an energy bill in the past year. And that’s before the steep price increases expected this winter. “No matter how you heat your home,” CNN says, “the cost […]

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