Plumbing Before Selling

You will spot several different types of plumbing systems in any housing market, incuding your own. Copper, galvanized, rigid plastic, polybutylene, and soft plastic are but a few. Certain systems are more prone to having certain problems …

Painting Before Selling

New paint makes the entire home smell clean and neat, and can bring sellers top dollar. If your home has chipped paint, exposed wood, or surfaces that look faded, it’s time for new paint. …

Home Selling Tips

Buying a home is a big deal.

Too often, I think people rush into home ownership because it’s seen as a sign of adulthood and financial responsibility.

But owning a home is a big commitment, it’s not a guaranteed good investment, and it’s a truckload of work. (I’ve been a homeowner for only two years and I already have a growing list of things to do and contractors to call…it’s not always the creative paradise remodeling shows make it out to be).

And last but not least, believe me, lots of people own homes and yet their finances are a mess! Home ownership can be a smart long-term move, but you want to know what you’re getting into.

With that said, I know that if you’re reading this, you’re probably going to buy a house anyway. That’s fine; I did too. So here I’ve  put together a first time home buying guide to wrap up our best advice over the last few years in once place. Enjoy!

Read more at: https://www.moneyunder30.com/first-time-home-buying-guide

First-Time Home Buying Guide