Advice On Buying Real Estate. ENTER TO WIN

Posted by Godwin Osaghae // January 14, 2016

Advice On Buying Real Estate So you have decided that you want to purchase a new piece of property. First time home buyers should take some precaution before they commit to purchasing a new home. Far too many people make the decision to purchase a home far too fast before they understand the condition of […]

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6 Things a Millennial Should Know Before Buying a Home Today

Posted by Godwin Osaghae // December 16, 2015

As a millennial, you’re now in that stage of life where you have recently completed college and are in the early years of your professional career. It’s also that stage of life, you no longer want to be a tenant and are considering buying your first home. Some of you may have just started a […]

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Alternatives to Foreclosure

Posted by Godwin Osaghae // November 25, 2015

Foreclosure can happen to any homeowner when he/she has a hard time making monthly mortgage payments and is showing no signs of doing so anytime soon. Often the case with foreclosures is a bad credit score that hampers your chances of getting back on your feet as soon as possible. In fact, once a home […]

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Winter is a great time to buy a home! Don’t wait for spring.

Posted by Godwin Osaghae // November 12, 2015

  So why is winter the right time to buy? Well most people are busy decking the halls and preparing for the holiday season. They are busy and not thinking of buying new halls. It’s the slow season and with the slow season and with that comes a competitive advantage. Here are some of the […]

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Unpaid student loan can make it difficult when trying to buy a home.

Posted by Godwin Osaghae // November 4, 2015

There are 4.9 million more students enrolled in degree-granting institutions this year than there were in the year 2000. This directly correlates to the national student loan debt, which has now hit $1.2 Trillion. As students exit their undergraduate careers and enter the real world, they take with them both their degrees and their student […]

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In Case of A Natural Disaster…so these!

Posted by Godwin Osaghae // October 28, 2015

We live in a world where most people, if not all are at risk of natural disasters. I’m not talking dooms day, walking dead, or various sci-fi scenario’s Hollywood has cooked up. I’m talking about real world natural disasters: hurricanes, wild fires, earthquakes, tornadoes, flash floods, etc. Many people have some type of home insurance […]

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Common Real Estate Myths

Posted by Godwin Osaghae // October 20, 2015

Don’t Always Believe The Word On The Street  How often do you buy and/or sell homes? How often does anybody (excluding real estate agents) buy and/or sell homes? The obvious answer is: NOT very often. Nevertheless many people think they know how these processes work but this is not the case. There are myths about […]

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Go Green to Save Green

Posted by Godwin Osaghae // October 15, 2015

The early 70’s were the start of the environmental movement; as years go by more and more people have hoped on the green thump train. Mother nature isn’t the only thing you’re saving. Making your home more energy efficient will save you big bucks in the long run! Insulation Replacing or adding insulation throughout your […]

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The do NOT’s of selling a home

Posted by Godwin Osaghae // October 8, 2015

These are only the beginning of the things to avoid doing when selling a home. For more information and further advice and buying or selling call us anytime! #1 Sell by OWNER  Yes, we admit that it is a bit suspicious that a realtor says not to sell by owner, but it is also true. […]

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Is Your Home Ready for Winter? Home Winterization Tips

Posted by Godwin Osaghae // September 24, 2015

Every New Year that rolls around seems to fly by quicker and quicker. As a homeowner you know that with every change of season comes the daunting task of preparing your home (inside and out) for the change of weather to come. Is your home ready for winter? Spring and summer bring more chronic tasks […]

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