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Learn how using universal design elements can help make your home work for you now and in the future.
We consider our pets members of the family, so it’s only right, and sensible, that they should be considered when designing our homes.
Closing on your new home is an exciting time — but it also can be an overwhelming process. Home buyers are usually required to sign a seemingly endless pile of documents, most of which are written in terminology not used outside of the housing industry and that can be complicated to understand.
Homeownership has long been regarded as the backbone of our diverse and growing American society. As we call attention to the numerous benefits of homeownership during National Homeownership Month in June, we can pause for a moment and appreciate how far we’ve come and reflect on how homeownership has become such a central and vital part of our nation’s growth.
ARM? GPM? PITI? You’d have to be a cryptologist to figure out some of the terms buyers encounter during the home buying process. Doing research on how to buy a house before beginning the process can greatly improve your experience and prepare you for the exciting course ahead.
For many people, buying a first home is a rite of passage and ownership in part of the American dream. And while many excited hours are spent planning interior color schemes, choosing new furniture and dreaming of moving day, many first- time buyers spend equal amounts of time fretting and fearing the home buying process.
Everyone knows that there’s a big difference between renting an apartment and buying a house. But not everyone realizes that buying a condo is significantly different from buying a single-family home. There are many good reasons to want to live in a condominium, but the buying process can be a minefield of potential disasters to the unprepared.
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