5 steps to renting out your home

5 steps to renting out your home In the current real-estate market, many homeowners are turning into landlords. After all, property costs are 50% lower or a lot more in most areas of the country. The idea of selling in this market will make the most endured homeowner’s stomach clench. If you are thinking about [...]

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Want to reduce your taxes? Here’s how – Tips to reduce your 2014 taxes

[cleveryoutube video=”GL-eNQcpGxU” vidstyle=”2″ pic=”https://myfirstho.me/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Tax.jpg” afterpic=”” width=”580″ quality=”inherit” starttime=”” endtime=”” caption=”” showexpander=”off” alignment=”left” newser=”Tips to reduce your 2014 taxes”] One rueful lesson of tax season: Some deductions require lots of advance planning. Homeowners willing to do the legwork now can find some creative ways to lessen their tax bills next year. Jumbo-mortgage holders can only deduct [...]

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5 home ‘upgrades’ to avoid

5 home ‘upgrades’ to avoid Before you place your property on the market, think about remodelling. Sometimes small projects can recover 100% or even more of the costs. The projects possibly to generate back their cash include a renovated master bathroom as well as small kitchen updates. However, there are 5 that will not improve [...]

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Economical ways to stage your home

First impressions matter, and that’s why you want to start by making sure your home exudes curb appeal. Go all out with small do-it-yourself projects. ************************************************ Like. Share. Tag. Join The My First Home Community Page! http://www.facebook.com/MyFirstHomeCommunity https://myfirstho.me http://myfirsthomeblog.com http://pinterest.com/myfirsthomeltd/ http://linkedin.com/company/my-first-home-limited http://youtube.com/MyFirstHomeNetwork https://twitter.com/myfirsthome ************************************************ [information]<a href=”https://myfirstho.me/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/10-economical-ways-to-stage-your-home.jpg”><img alt=”economical ways to stage your home” src=”https://myfirstho.me/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/10-economical-ways-to-stage-your-home.jpg” width=”568″ height=”1024″ [...]

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Tips to boost your home’s appraisal

The appraiser was expected within an hour. The bedrooms were unmade, plates in the sink are scattered. Would the appraiser care? In the end, I know cheap appraisals can destroy deals. They may also destroy a refinancing application. When an appraisal enters in way too low, it is not worthy of refinancing, or you will [...]

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Alternatives to the 30-year mortgage

If you are getting a home, it’s possible you’ll get a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage loan. This is the most widely used home financing choice, based on Freddie Mac, the government-sponsored organisation that operates to assist homeowners acquire mortgages. During the last few years, people who acquired home mortgages extremely select the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage loan. [...]

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5 Things Homeowners Should Know

Not all home’s a fixer-upper, yet most houses require periodic repairs as well as maintenance. You can actually manage those jobs being a professional if you ensure you have these major home improvement abilities below your belt. They will be useful whether you are remodeling the house, improving a room, or simply always keeping all [...]

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5 ticking time bombs in your home

There are several repair and maintenance problems in your home that you just don’t like to manage – possibly because they take some time, or cost money, or simply don’t appear to be, well, important. However, many of these challenges can be ticking time bombs, ready to blow up if they’re not defused ahead of [...]

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Tips for Selling Your Home

We’ve all heard how “bad” the property market is. Yet what’s detrimental to sellers is often best for buyers, and these times, wise buyers are out in spades attempting to benefit from the buyer’s market. Yet there are many methods to improve a home’s appeal apart from reducing the selling price. If you’re planning to [...]

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How to buy a house that isn’t for sale

Have you ever loved a home that wasn’t for sale? If so, how do you persuade a homeowner to sell? It can take a lot of work, but sometimes, people who are not actively interested in selling can be persuaded if the right offer comes along. ************************************************ Like. Share. Tag. Join The My First Home [...]

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