How To Prepare For Moving Day Like a Pro
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How To Prepare For Moving Day Like a Pro

So, you’ve found a home. It’s just the right size, the dream neighborhood, and you’re ready to make your move (literally). There are many factors at play—job relocations, new communities, maybe even a new city to explore—but first, you’ve got to plan for your move.  While the prospect of moving to a new home is
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Bungalo Homeowner Story: Alyson & Derek M.
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Bungalo Homeowner Story: Alyson & Derek M.

How a Dallas area family found a house where they could immediately feel at home. Three years after starting a life in their first home, Alyson and Derek were ready to move on from their small Texas town of less than 5,000 people to a more desirable location for them near better work opportunities, dream
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5 Tech Upgrades That Will Make Your Home A Super Smart Home
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5 Tech Upgrades That Will Make Your Home A Super Smart Home

In a time when you can go grocery shopping from your couch and get a lift to the airport from a complete stranger, smart home technology isn’t just a nice-to-have — it's a must-have. Why? Well, we all know being a homeowner already comes with its fair share of responsibilities. So when it comes to
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Clearing Up The Most Common Mortgage Misunderstandings
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Clearing Up The Most Common Mortgage Misunderstandings

In the world of mortgages, it’s normal to feel like you’re lost in a sea of confusing acronyms and bank-ish lingo. And since securing the right mortgage isn’t exactly something you want to “wing,” it’s a really good idea to head off your biggest questions at the pass. Let’s clear up some of the most
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Breaking Down Your Home Down Payment Options
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Breaking Down Your Home Down Payment Options

Okay, let’s clear something up. Sure, there was a time in pretty recent history that you could only buy a home if you were able to put a 20% down payment or more on that home (sounds like a lot of dough, no?). But today, with government-assisted, first-time home buyer programs and historically low interest
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An All-In-One Timeline For The First-Time Home Buyer
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An All-In-One Timeline For The First-Time Home Buyer

Just because you’re buying a home for the first time doesn’t mean it has to be confusing and stressful. Stick to our timeline and cruise through the home buying experience without any surprises. 6-12 Months From Move-In Day Build your wishlist. Put together a thorough list of your must-have features and conveniences, your nice-to-haves, and
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So, you’ve found a home. It’s just the right size, the dream neighborhood, and you’re ready to make your move (literally). There are many factors at play—job relocations, new communities, maybe even a new city to explore—but first, you’ve got to plan for your move.  While the prospect of moving to a new home is
How a Dallas area family found a house where they could immediately feel at home. Three years after starting a life in their first home, Alyson and Derek were ready to move on from their small Texas town of less than 5,000 people to a more desirable location for them near better work opportunities, dream
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In a time when you can go grocery shopping from your couch and get a lift to the airport from a complete stranger, smart home technology isn’t just a nice-to-have — it's a must-have. Why? Well, we all know being a homeowner already comes with its fair share of responsibilities. So when it comes to
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In the world of mortgages, it’s normal to feel like you’re lost in a sea of confusing acronyms and bank-ish lingo. And since securing the right mortgage isn’t exactly something you want to “wing,” it’s a really good idea to head off your biggest questions at the pass. Let’s clear up some of the most
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Okay, let’s clear something up. Sure, there was a time in pretty recent history that you could only buy a home if you were able to put a 20% down payment or more on that home (sounds like a lot of dough, no?). But today, with government-assisted, first-time home buyer programs and historically low interest
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Just because you’re buying a home for the first time doesn’t mean it has to be confusing and stressful. Stick to our timeline and cruise through the home buying experience without any surprises. 6-12 Months From Move-In Day Build your wishlist. Put together a thorough list of your must-have features and conveniences, your nice-to-haves, and
How a young Tampa family avoided the usual home buying struggles and found the perfect fit. Samantha and Corey L. Shortly after bringing their daughter Nora into the world, Tampa area homeowners Samantha (Sam) and Corey quickly realized that their starter home wasn’t going to cut it for this next big stage in life. With
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From the very start of their relationship, Brenna Thomas and her husband, Bill Lundquist, knew their life together would definitely include a few must-haves: dogs, international travel, and—as soon as they could afford one—a renovated home of their own. “We both love domestic pursuits like cooking, gardening, and tons of flea-market-inspired DIY projects,” Thomas says,
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Anytime you invest in a big ticket item — a flat screen TV, power tools, jewelry — you tend to hang on to your receipt, right? You know, just in case you need to show proof of purchase later on. So it makes sense that when you buy a home, you’d also want a receipt
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