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Home Buying Guide

buying a new home

Are you dreaming of settling in a seaside villa by the Mediterranean? Did your job offer you a lucrative position but in a different country? Do you want to move permanently with your long-distance partner? Whatever the reason may be, buying a home in a different country is a big step, and there are several …

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Buying a used home may be cheaper, but owning a property comes with its share of extra bills, mainly unexpected home repairs. The average household spent close to £3,000 on repairs in 2019 alone. Here are seven essential maintenance and repairs you need to get done when buying a used house. Electricals and Outlets Although …

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Turning into an adult can expose you to many stress and responsibilities that you will not prepare for immediately. You will find that there will be more instances when you have to wing it than those that allow you the prep time needed to respond and react. However, it does not mean that those big …

How Property Search and Family Plans Go Hand-in-Hand Read More »

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Buying a house of your own is part of many people’s dreams. It’s a major milestone that many of us want to achieve, and for good reason. Having your own house is an integral part of survival. Shelter is one of the basic human needs, and the desire to have one is simply a fulfillment …

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Don’t be ashamed to admit that you’re buying a house because of your dog. You’re not surprising anyone–least of all your realtor–with this revelation. A survey revealed that millennials are among the number one house buyers today, and their common incentive isn’t their families but their dogs. You’ve been warned that owning one will be …

Buying a House Because of Your Dog? Here’s How to Narrow the Hunt Read More »

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Everyone wants to succeed in life. Whether it’s getting a new car, landing their dream job, or getting a house for their family, everybody wants to be able to leave the ideal life that they’ve been striving for much of their adult lives. Of course, one of the best ways of getting to a good …

Is It Possible to Own a Home When You have Student Debt? Read More »

real estate

Millennials, or people aged 21 to 37 years old, are primed to make the best investments in their young lives even in today’s economy. With a little research and technical advice, they can convert their modest incomes from their new jobs or budding professions into cash-positive real estate investments. Others might say, “Why worry about …

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When living independently, your main choices are to rent an apartment or buy a house. The usual progression is for someone to rent while they save enough money to buy a home. But nowadays, some young people are staying with a rented apartment rather than moving. If you are reaching that decision point, here is …

Millennial Living: Apartment or House Read More »

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