When you don’t have a lot of knowledge about something, I’m all for getting some good advice. But it’s critical that we are careful about who we get advice from. When it comes to getting advice on buying a house, all homebuying help is not the same. Read on for what you should be looking for.
Anyone who’s ever bought a home knows that the process can be stressful. In fact, nearly half of American homeowners said buying their first home was the most stressful event in their lives! Luckily, you don’t have to suffer through homebuying anxiety. Here’s a solution that every homebuyer can benefit from.
Most people have no idea about all the costs associated with homeownership. In fact, the average homebuyer can expect to spend as much as $40,000 in one-time fees when buying a house, according to a new study by RealEstate.com and Thumbtack. While that number may sound overwhelming, a homeownership advisor can help you find sources of money you didn’t know existed. Read on to find out how.
I sometimes hear young people putting off buying a house until marriage or until they believe that they are ‘ready to settle down.’ Here’s why that may be one of the most costly mistakes that you can make.
Stedman Graham shared one of his secrets to success at HomeFree-USA’s recent Reaching Millions Leadership in Housing Training Conference. Click here to find out what it was and how you can bring in more business this year.