realtor: Financial Things You Shouldn't Do When Buying A Home - 01/24/14 02:41 AM
Buying a new home can be an expensive and stressful process, so you don’t want to make it any more difficult by spending extra money that you don’t need to. It is important to be frugal and save money where you can, but a lot of people don’t know where to start. Here are six things you shouldn’t do financially when buying a new home.
Don’t Changes Jobs
If you’re in between jobs or considering leaving your current job, think twice. Lenders might not be favorable toward you if you have recently changed jobs or are looking for new employment. You want … (1 comments)

realtor: Highlight - Austin, Texas - 10/09/13 04:33 AM
Located in the heart of Texas is the State Capital - Austin. Austin is the seat of Travis County and is the eleventh-largest city in the United States of America (and the fourth-largest in Texas!) With a population of 842,592, Austin is also the second largest state capital in the U.S. With its always-warm climate, rich local culture, beautiful surroundings and great educational opportunities, Austin, Texas is a force to be reckoned with.
Austin is located in an area with humid subtropical climates. The area has extremely hot summers and very mild winters. There is a plus side to that heat … (0 comments)

realtor: Moving Checklist - 10/02/13 05:34 AM
Feeling overwhelmed by all the things you have to get done before you move? Well take a deep breath and relax because here is a checklist for all of your moving to-do’s. This checklist has from one month prior to moving all the way until you are unpacking.
One month before moving
Change your address with the post office and IRS
Hire a moving company or rent a moving vehicle
Transfer or get copies of medical records (and school records if you have children).
Update your insurance policies (Home, auto etc.)
Check with your insurance company to see if your belongings … (0 comments)

realtor: Do You Need A Building Permit To Remodel? - 09/13/13 04:27 AM
A building permit requires that your plans are certified and all work has to be inspected. It is required by law, to ensure public health and safety, that you obtain building permits before doing any additional building onto your home or property. And, because it is a legal and safety issue, it is highly recommended that homeowners don’t cut corners on obtaining the correct building permit for their project.
The Uniform Building Code is the system that will give out or deny permits based on whether a proposed project plans to use approved construction techniques and building materials. The system is in place … (0 comments)

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