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Why For Sale By Owner Is A Bad Idea

If you’re trying to sell your property yourself to a retail buyer, you’re in for a challenging ride. When you choose to go the For Sale By Owner route it’s likely you’ll encounter a few (if not all) of these issues: The Long Wait It’s often the case that you won’t be able to …

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Hidden Savings Secrets

Today’s interest rates are at their lowest levels. Home prices are more affordable today than they were in the entire past decade. Owning a home is often less expensive than renting – even without looking at the biggest hidden secret to savings. In fact, tax savings and benefits are often unknown to new and …

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5 Overlooked Perks of Good Credit

There are many benefits to having good credit, and, if you have bad credit, to repairing it. Now, we all know that a poor use of credit, paying high interest to big credit companies, is a money waster for everyone. However, there are a lot of perks for people who use credit to their …

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Why Credit Repair Takes Time

Honestly we wish we had a magic wand that could fix all negative credit reporting in one go, but unfortunately, credit repair doesn’t work that way. As with any kind of rehabilitation, credit repair takes time. Remember that your credit report is a history, it lets lenders know how you’ve managed credit over long …

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7 Tips To Maintaining Good Credit

1. Pay Your Bills On Time Being late on payments is the number one contributor to poor credit. Just pay on time, even if you’re paying the minimum balance, if it’s on time, it doesn’t hurt you. Collections have a major impact on your score, so avoid those altogether by paying your bills on …

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3 Actions You Can Take Right Now to Improve Your Credit Score

While credit repair does take time, there are a few actions you can take right now to improve your score. 1. Check Your Credit Report Credit repair begins with your credit report. If you choose to have a free credit consultation with us, that’s where we’ll begin. If you haven’t already, request a copy …

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What Is Rent to Own?

A rent to own agreement gives the buyer control of a property, not full ownership, with the ‘option’ to purchase the property at the end of the contract period. Essentially it is a contract to buy a property with an extended closing date. That way you, as the buyer, have time to save a …

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3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Renting to Own

A lease option can work out beautifully for you as the buyer if you walk into the arrangement with your eyes open. We want everyone to succeed in their dream of homeownership, so here are three questions you need to ask yourself before you decide that renting to own is for you. 1. Will …

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Why Renting to Own is a Smart Choice Today

Like all great agreements, renting to own is beneficial to both the seller and the buyer. But, let’s take a look at the advantages for you as the buyer. In a rent to own agreement, you, as the buyer, freeze the price on the home for a year or two in advance of when …

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What to Expect as a Tenant Buyer

Being a tenant buyer is different than being a renter. In a rent to own agreement, since you’re both a tenant and the future owner of the home, you’re expected take greater pride in the property and have greater responsibilities towards it, and you’re expected to uphold your duties as a good tenant as …

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