Mortgage Made Easy with Bungalo
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Mortgage Made Easy with Bungalo

Buying a house is one of the biggest leaps you’ll take in your lifetime. And financially, that leap can feel giant. But with the large sum comes a home: A place that’s all yours, a place where your hopes and dreams are finally realized, and a sense of ease no price tag can take away.
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The Homeowner’s Guide to Taxes
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The Homeowner’s Guide to Taxes

Ah, spring has sprung! And along with the flowers blossoming and birds chirping comes something a little bit more harrowing: Tax Day. Tax Day means something different to homeowners than it does to renters and we’re here to break down all the unnecessarily complicated jargon to help you understand exactly what taxes you’ll need to
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Want to Move Into Your Dream Home Before It’s Even Listed? Bungalo’s Got You Covered
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Want to Move Into Your Dream Home Before It’s Even Listed? Bungalo’s Got You Covered

Along the traditional home-buying journey, there are a lot of hurdles between you and your dream home. Hurdle 1? Inventory. According to reports, housing inventory in 2018 was lower than 2017 across the U.S. And while some predict inventory will rise in 2019, the growth is focused on homes with out-of-reach listing prices. At Bungalo,
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How to Tell if Your Dream House is a Quick Flip or a Quality, Rehabbed Home
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How to Tell if Your Dream House is a Quick Flip or a Quality, Rehabbed Home

I recently visited a friend’s new place in a Brooklyn brownstone. At first glance, the apartment seemed beautifully updated. A sleek, modern bathroom abutted a kitchen full of new stainless-steel appliances. But my initial impression was soon shattered. Looking closely, the bathroom cabinetry was made of untreated pine and was already starting to warp. The
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Homebuying from the Heart: How to Know if You’re (Really) Ready to Buy
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Homebuying from the Heart: How to Know if You’re (Really) Ready to Buy

If you’re combing the web for advice on homebuying, you’ll have no trouble finding tips on the financial aspects of real estate: saving for a down payment, determining your debt to income ratio, and the pros and cons of loan types. But buying a home isn’t a decision that can only be boiled down to
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Remodeled Homes can be a Dream Come True, if You Know What to Look For
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Remodeled Homes can be a Dream Come True, if You Know What to Look For

Follow these tips to make sure that renovated home you’re eying isn’t too good to be true. When it comes to renovating a home, there are those who have the vision, good taste, and patience to take on a project of that magnitude. The rest of us would prefer a move-in ready house, where we
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I recently visited a friend’s new place in a Brooklyn brownstone. At first glance, the apartment seemed beautifully updated. A sleek, modern bathroom abutted a kitchen full of new stainless-steel appliances. But my initial impression was soon shattered. Looking closely, the bathroom cabinetry was made of untreated pine and was already starting to warp. The
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When my husband and I bought our home—love at first sight—it felt like the end of a hard-won battle, a sensation familiar to many house-hunters. We’d toured over 100 properties over an enormous geographic area, politely traipsing through every room even at places we knew weren’t for us, making awkward conversations with homeowners and realtors
At Bungalo, we’re dedicated to demystifying the home buying process. Often, the mystery starts with the market—and Dallas-Fort Worth is no exception. In the past few years, DFW has had a bit of a moment in terms of growth and opportunity. The job market is booming, the economy is strong and the metro-area is growing
Even after watching our fair share of home renovation shows, some of us still have trouble hanging pictures on the wall. So, naturally, buying a house that requires a lot of work is a non-starter. For those of us who don’t have the skills, the vision or, let’s be honest, the time to go full-on
Buying a home is hands-down the most important purchase you’ll ever make. Shouldn’t it come with the same stress-free guarantees as every other purchase in the digital age? It does now, thanks to Bungalo, a home buying site that has the real estate industry buzzing.  The days of buying a house—entirely online—have arrived. — The
At Bungalo, it’s our goal to take the frustration out of home-buying. We’re bringing much-needed transparency and simplicity to the process by putting every step—from tour to close—under one roof. But there’s one thing we can’t wholly reimagine about the real estate industry: the jargon. From your first meeting with an agent to the moment
A Dallas journalist spills on all the best parts of the city she’s lived in for two decades. Before I moved to Dallas, I did what most recent college graduates do: I jumped jobs to climb the career ladder. For me, as a print journalist, that meant three jobs in three years in three different
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