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January 2016

Found 3 blog entries for January 2016.

As we get closer to the end of January it’s becoming clear that 2016 is going to be another busy year for Real Estate especially if you plan on buying an Austin Texas Home.

Buying a home is a smart move because home ownership means you will build equity over the lifetime that you own your home, enjoy fixed housing costs and best of all you will be able to enjoy many tax deductions that come with being a homeowner especially from the tax and interest portions of your mortgage payment.

Before you start you search for an Austin Texas Home here are several things you should know.

#1 – Know the Home That You’re Searching For

Although you may think that you know what you’re searching for in a home you should also consider all of the other

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AUSTIN – So you’re thinking about selling your Austin Texas Home and you know that it needs some upgrades before listing it but you don’t have a big budget to spend on getting your home ready for sale.

No problem!

In this post we will share with you several tips you can use to get your Austin Texas Real Estate ready for sale without you spending a lot of money.

Tip #1 – Improve the Curb Appeal of Your Home

If you ask any home buyer they will tell you that curb appeal is one of the most important things that influences them to get out of their vehicles and check out a home because if an Austin Home For Sale looks great on the outside this will motivate the buyer to find out what the home might have on the inside.

To start improving the

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Are you planning on searching for an Austin Texas Home for Sale? If so, you’ve come to the right place.

In this post we will share with you 4 things that you need to do to get prepared for searching for an Austin Texas Home for Sale.

#1 – Purchase Your Credit Reports Now

Go online and purchase your 3-in-1 Credit Report because this will give you the ability to view what the three major credit bureaus: Equifax, Transunion and Experian are reporting about you before you apply for a mortgage loan.

If you find any inaccuracies on your credit report you should start the dispute process immediately because it can take up to 30 days for the credit bureaus to review your credit reports and remove any inaccurate items before contacting you again

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