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Home Buying Tips: What to Look for in Your New Community

When preparing to move, many people focus on the details of the home itself — the square footage, the backyard, the number of bathrooms… but...

5 Signs that Your Homebuilder Doesn’t Cut Corners

Buying a home is a big decision, not to mention a time commitment! You probably spend a lot of your free time browsing listings, walking...

How to Buy a Home — Even with Student Loan Debt

If you are one of the 44 million Americans with student loan debt, you may think that buying a home is out of your reach....

Are You Better Off Buying or Renting?

Housing is one of the biggest expenses in the monthly budgets of most American families. With so much of our income devoted to keeping a...

5 Reasons to Invest in an Energy-Efficient Home

Savvy home buyers know that refined design, quality craftsmanship, and top-notch building materials are important factors to look for when shopping for a new home....

The First-Time Home Buyer’s Guide to Getting a Loan

If you’re like most people, a house is the most expensive thing you’ll ever buy. And unless you’re sitting on a sizable nest egg, you’ll...

Ready to Buy a Home? Why You Shouldn’t Wait

Have you been dreaming about eat-in kitchens and backyard patios? Do you spend hours perusing local real estate listings and researching neighborhoods? If you’re thinking...

Should You Buy an Old Home or a New Home?

It’s one of the first decisions facing every would-be homeowner — should you purchase a used home that’s already been lived in or go with...

Community Profile: Chisholm Creek Farms

How do you reconcile the dream of a home in a peaceful area with lots of green space with the realities of wanting to be...

Multigenerational Living Part Two

In July we explored multigenerational living in the same community — families purchasing multiple homes in a community, creating their own community within a community....

Timbercraft Living

How Do You Know When it’s Time to Downsize?

For many people, choosing to downsize can be an emotional decision — after all, you’ve spent years building memories in your home. Still, the time...

Home Buying Tips: What to Look for in Your New Community

When preparing to move, many people focus on the details of the home itself — the square footage, the backyard, the number of bathrooms… but...

5 Signs that Your Homebuilder Doesn’t Cut Corners

Buying a home is a big decision, not to mention a time commitment! You probably spend a lot of your free time browsing listings, walking...

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