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9 Tips for First Time Home Buyers

9 First Home Buyer Tips


If you've decided you're ready to buy your first home: first, congratulations! Second, get ready for a lot of work (both before and after you buy). Being a homeowner is a huge responsibility but is worth it at the end of the day. But before you can start designing and decorating your own space, you need to go through the home buying...

5 Reasons to Buy a Home in the Fall

Real Estate Blog - Five Reasons to Buy a Home in the Fall


With New England weather, the real estate industry is busiest in warmer months. People want to move when the weather is nice, and they also want to be settled into their new home before the holidays in November, December, and January. The fall is often seen as a slower season for real estate, but that doesn't mean people aren't selling their homes during that time. 

Buying a home in the fall may mean less variety of homes for sale, but there are a few silver linings to buying in the "off-season"...


How to Build a New House With A Standard Mortgage

Real Estate Blog - How to Build a New House With a Traditional Mortgage


Most people fall victim to the belief that you can't build a house without the ability to obtain a construction loan, or without having deep pockets. However, there is a way! When you stumble across a builder who "finances" their own builds, this makes it all possible! This means that you can actually build a brand new home when you are using traditional financing such as USDA, FHA, VA, or Conventional loans...


Construction Loans vs. Mortgage Loans - What's the Difference?

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When it comes to building a house, most people assume that you need to have deep pockets to obtain a construction loan. They're not wrong to assume that, as most builders do require cash installments, or a form of construction financing from a lender. Construction loans are available to anyone who meets the qualifying eligibility requirements.

So what is a construction loan, and how are they different from typical mortgage loans?...