My Son Takes a Tour of his Great-Grandmother’s House

If you had the opportunity to attend an open house, once owned by your child’s great grandmother, would you go? The realtor passed the information along to my 92-year-old grandmother, who in turn shared it with my mother who then told me about it back in 2005. “The buyer plans to make zero changes. She... Continue Reading →

The Secret to Buying a Home? Ignore Your Realtor and do This

If you’re banking on two salaries to afford your dream home, here’s a suggestion that represents a smarter approach. Many parents have gazed in wonder at the dream homes their realtors show them. The quartz countertops, reasonable commutes and fantastic school systems come with one glaring obstacle: the down payment. Realtors will bend over backwards... Continue Reading →

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