February 2014

Found 3 blog entries for February 2014.

Spring is right around the corner and it’s a great time to get your home in order, especially if you’re going to sell it soon. A thorough deep cleaning will clear away a lot of dirt, debris, and worthless junk. It’s a wonderful way to fall in love with your home again, or make it presentable to show at an open house.

Regardless of the reason you’re spring cleaning, you know it’s far more than just a simple dusting and vacuum. It’s also a prime opportunity to get rid of a lot of things which you rarely or don’t use at all. You’ll also likely to find a few surprises along the way. Don’t be shocked to uncover a long lost treasure or stumble upon a memento you’d long forgot about.

One thing you don’t want to do is do a lot of work and not get any real

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To most people, there’s really no difference between a condo and a townhouse. Aside from the fact that most townhomes are two story units, while condominium units are a single story, there’s seems to be little which separates one property type from another.

The reason for this perception is both property types are attached units, both typically feature amenities such as a clubhouse, a pool, and beach access. Both are generally built right along the coastline of the Gulf or on the bayside.

However, it’s not the “look” which makes the key distinction between a condo and a townhouse, it’s the legal rights of ownership which are key. This is where many people who decide to purchase a townhouse or a condo find facts they never before new and things

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If you’re thinking about buying a home, now is a great time to do so. Economists and real estate experts expect interest rates will rise 1 to 1.25 basis points by the end of the year, as will inflation. In addition, the real estate market, while in full recovery, still has affordable prices.

The problem for ten of million of people is the damage done by the Great Recession. If you have a few dings on your credit report, you certainly are not alone. Banks are relaxing their mortgage requirements a bit, partly due to the fact they are trying recover some of their own losses. What’s more, people are getting a mortgage with less than 20 percent down.

However, the better your credit score, the lower interest rate you’ll pay and if you do put down 20

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