Friday, March 22, 2019 / by Danny Moss
An Overview Of Buying Properties In 55+ Communities
Buying properties in 55+ communities is similar to other types of properties, but there are a few differences. 55+ communities may offer unique features, amenities, and regulations. The following covers an overview of buying properties in 55+ communities.
55+ Communities and What They Are
55+ communities have certain age restrictions. The explicit rules are based on the exact complex. Some mandate that just one resident be at least age 55 while others mandate that every resident be at least age 62. Some allow children while others restrict them. It is important to become familiar with these and other restrictions before continuing with a purchase.
55+ Communities and Common Amenities
55+ communities are designed to provide maintenance-free living for its residents. Most come with specific conveniences. Tennis courts, golf courses, swimming pools, fitness centers, and game rooms are very typical. An association is often given resp. ...
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Tuesday, November 6, 2018 / by Marion Franke
It's easy to pay most attention to the bigger items relating to house upgrades. Often times the most useful upgrades are the inexpensive changes. Whether you are purchasing a new house or fixing up an older one, consider the following helpful house upgrades.
When planning a room, think about more than the initial use. For instance, if you plan to upgrade carpeting to hardwood flooring in the future, the height difference may impact the threshold between flooring types or against a staircase. Plan the house with that in mind to minimize future expenses. It is also wise to anticipate things such as sound systems, plumbing, central vacuum, and lighting.
Consider spots in a room where you may want to power appliances. Add outlets to those spaces. For instance, an extra fridge or freezer might be helpful in the garage. Maybe you want an outlet in a bathroom cabinet for plugging in toothbrushes or electric razors hidden from sight. Exterior GFI outlets ! ...
conroe, montgomery, new waverly, willis, home upgrades, remodeling
Wednesday, October 3, 2018 / by Marion Franke
If you are trying to choose between purchasing a new property or an old one, there are many things to consider. Each kind of home has pluses and minuses. The better option for you depends on your preferences and past home ownership experience. New homes continue to be preferred by a majority of people. Below are a few reasons why you should consider purchasing a new home.
Typically, new homes will continue to be valued more than older ones, even if they contain comparable designs and enhancements. Buyers prefer new construction because of the benefits they offer. Higher demand results in higher values.
Fewer Repairs Required
All houses need maintenance, but with new homes there are typically not as many (because it is new). Also, with old homes, maintenance records may not be provided. This will make it hard to forecast when future work will be required.
Room to Make Alterations
New homes provide an abundance of customization options, but it will vary based on wh. ...
conroe, new homes, montgomery, new waverly, willis, new construction
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 / by Marion Franke
Benefits Of Loan Pre-approvals Prior To Viewing Homes In Montgomery County Texas
If you are getting ready to purchase real estate, do not forget the critical first step of requesting a mortgage pre-approval. A pre-approval involves evaluating your financial information and credit history to gauge your ability to obtain a loan. It is not a guarantee for a loan, but the best estimation in lieu of a full application. Obtaining a pre-approval letter is important for a variety of reasons. This blog discusses benefits of loan pre-approvals prior to viewing homes in Montgomery County Texas.
Understand Your Price Range
Lending options and interest rates will vary. A pre-approval provides an understanding of the programs and options currently available, what your closing costs may be, and most importantly, your price limit. Without this information, you can waste valuable time and energy evaluating properties that you can not afford. Understanding what you can afford also prevents. ...
Wednesday, May 3, 2017 / by Marion Franke
While our spring is not the big shift in temperatures found in other parts of the country, it is still a great time to do a little more cleaning than in the other seasons. Before the sweltering heat of the summer, take time to move furniture and dig into other dark places to discover the hidden corners of your home needing attention. Here’s a list of blunders many people make when doing this annual task:
Believing in Bleach
Many perceive bleach as the ultimate cleaner. However, its role is more of a disinfectant than a cleaner. You must first clean the surface to remove dirt, food particles other grime. Then, you may want to use the bleach to remove any germs.
Bleach can actually be dangerous. When combined with acidic products, it creates a toxic chlorine gas Low levels can cause coughing and breathing difficulties. High levels can cause severe distress, even death.
Not De-cluttering First
Moving piles around or stopping to . ...