A vast majority of Americans believe that buying a home is a solid financial decision, and most believe they could sell their home for at least its initial purchase price, according to a new survey from the National Association of REALTORS®. The 2015 National Housing Pulse Survey also found that a preponderance of Americans think that now is a good time to buy a home.
Whether it’s creative children’s school projects, a collection of your favorite photos, or pieces of more formal artwork, I recently ran across a helpful hint list for transforming those personal treasures into a home gallery.
According to a recent Gallup poll, 45 percent of Americans say they are spending more than they were a year ago. Most, especially older Americans, attribute the increase to delayed spending on necessities, while millennials are spending more in discretionary categories such as leisure activities and clothing.
No seller wants to take less than their home is worth, but they don’t want their property languishing on the market for an extended time because of the price tag.
When buying a new home, chances are you spend a lot of time inspecting various aspects of the property. Before making an offer, be sure to take a closer look at one hidden area of the home: its foundation. Foundation problems can be costly to repair, so you need to know they exist before making the purchase.
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