The Biggest Bang For The Buck!

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First-time buyers and bargain hunters everywhere are looking for ways to stretch their dollar. Here are three helpful tips for maximizing your purchasing power:

  1. Save money with a fixer-upper! Although these homes take a little elbow grease, the money you save can be significant. Put that extra money in your savings account, re-invest it in your home, or upgrade your location!
  2. Higher fuel costs have made remote properties less attractive for certain buyers. Don't be afraid to search a little farther out from your work if good public transportation is available.
  3. Size matters. Bigger homes are typically more expensive, so why not buck the trend and look for something a little smaller? There is generally less demand for smaller homes, and you can spot some great deals if you are willing to act fast!

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Robert May
Robert W May - Lethbridge Real Estate - Lethbridge, AB
Real Estate Expert & Mortgage Broker- Lethbridge

Economic efficiciency is becoming more and more important.  Just because the price of fuel and heating oil has fallen back a bit, doesnt mean that we wont return to a period where it will be the primary concern of buyers again.

Jan 20, 2009 08:21 PM #1
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