Category: Food Budgets

Lifestyle Blogger Jesse Coulter Gives House Tour of New Texas Home

After sharing her homebuying process with Homes.com in June, 2019, Jesse Coulter wanted to give a first-hand look at how her house has become her family’s home. Using Homes.com’s match tool, Coulter was able to find the perfect home for her and her family.

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Comparative Market Analysis: What is a CMA Report for Real Estate Buyers?

In this article: What’s included in a real estate CMA? Comparative market analysis example How is a CMA different from running your own online comps? How to get a comparative market analysis Is a CMA the same as an appraisal? How can buyers create a home market analysis? A comparative market analysis, commonly abbreviated as […]

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How to spot a walkable neighborhood

Strolling to a cafe for breakfast, walking around the corner to yoga—isn’t that the life? Before you buy or rent, here’s how to suss out whether a neighborhood you’re interested in will let you get out from behind the wheel. See what locals have to say. On every Neighborhood page on Trulia, you’ll find What Locals Say ratings. These […]

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5 Tips for Moving During COVID-19

By taking extra safety precautions and minimizing social contact, you can still move safely. Read More

Mortgage Rates Climb But Linger Near Historic Lows

Mortgage rates have increased from historic lows, but not by much, as the coronavirus vaccine continues its rollout and the economy struggles to rebound from th

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‘I Bought a House in a Flood Zone’: Here’s How We Don’t Sink

Should you ever buy a house in a major flood zone? I did, and here’s how I assessed the risks, protect our property, and maintain peace of mind.

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Moving to the Country? This Overlooked Loan Makes It So Easy

House hunting in rural areas is becoming more common. If you’re planning a move to the country, a USDA home loan may be a great option for you.

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How to Save Money For Your First Home

While saving for your first home can seem overwhelming, there are plenty of tips and helpful hints to help you succeed. Our first-time buyer’s guide has everything you need to get started!

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Moving Rituals from Around the World

By Al Harris, Web Editor, SpareFoot.com Moving to a new home is a new beginning. What better way to make sure your new beginning starts off right than with a little ritual? Cultures around the world have developed unique rituals for bringing good luck to a move into a new house. While you may not be […]

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How to Move While Practicing Social Distancing

So it’s the middle of a pandemic and you find yourself having to move soon, how do you do it appropriately and safely? There are a few routes to take, whether it’s professional help or just family and friends, but you still need to practice social distancing. Here’s how.

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