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Homebuyer’s Guide

Buying a home for the first time – or anytime – can be stressful.  From deciding where to live, how much to spend, who can you trust to walk you through the most important investment in your life – and many more issues.

Thanks to Frontdoor.com – you can view videos and read some helpful information about Homebuying.

   This step-by-step guide will help ease any anxiety.

Another excellent site is – About.com – Here you can read about  – Buying vs RentingReasons for buying – and Should you buy before getting married? and other answers to questions that you may have.

 Hope this information helps you achieve the American Dream of Homeownership.

Thanks to GOOGLE IMAGERY and ClipArt.com

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October 6, 2008 - Posted by | Buyers, First Time Home Buyers, Home, Uncategorized | , , , , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. There are times when home owners want to sell their house on their own and they need to attract as many buyers as possible. There are some advertising tips that you must keep in mind in order to save you time, money and peace of mind.
    One of the most effective means to attract buyers is to advertise on the internet as today most buyers first look online before they consult a broker or agent. Today there are many classified sites that allow you to advertise for free. Simply type “for sale by owner” into your Google or Yahoo! search bar and you will find many options right on the first page. To get better presentation and wider exposure some sites might ask for premium upgrades and these may be a good idea depending on the urgency of your specific situation. If there is no rush you can avoid these and only advertise on the free sites without spending any money.

    Here’s an article written by mahopac real estate broker about homes and real estates.

    Comment by Mahopac Real Estate Broker | November 11, 2010 | Reply


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