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June 20, 2018

What You Need to Know Before You Move To Rhode Island

Rhode Island is the smallest state in land area within the United States and boasts a housing market that is hot and not to be overlooked!
 
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June 7, 2018

The 6 Best Waterside Cities for Your Next Move!

Whether by a lake or the ocean, being by the water can help you relax and feel more connected to the world. Before your next move, check out these waterside cities!
 
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May 24, 2018

The Most Popular Home Styles in the Midwest

Everyone wants to find their perfect home. Many home buyers know exactly what they want their home to look like, down to exterior and interior design details. Across the US, home styles become trends due to their popularity, geographic location, and other factors specific to an area. For instance, in somewhere that’s prone to flooding like New Orleans, you won’t typically find a lot of low-lying, ranch-style homes – this isn’t to say that they don’t exist in the Crescent City, but geographically speaking, it’s unrealistic. You may not know all the details of the effects that geography can have on a home’s design, but for that reason, we’ve [...]

 
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May 17, 2018

Homes.com Provides Homebuyers a Simply Smarter Home Search

We’ve reimagined real estate search with the NEW Homes.com. You can find your perfect home, in the style you love, in the communities you desire, and at the price you need, all while sharing your home search journey with the people you care about most. Check out how Homes.com makes home search simpler than ever with these new features:

Homes.com Match

Your personalized homes search tool provides a smarter way to find your ideal first or next home. Just tell us which amenities are “must have” and which are “nice to have” and listings will be assigned a “Match” score based on those parameters. Easily see the homes that best match you by [...]

 
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May 3, 2018

Property Tax Got You in a Bind? Here’s Where to Buy in the Pacific Northwest to Enjoy Lower Property Tax

If you're looking to escape from a heavy tax burden in another state, the Pacific Northwest might make a good fit; here are some of the lowest taxed places.
 
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May 3, 2018

10 Reasons to Move to Indiana

Indiana isn’t just home to some really good popcorn, it’s also home to the world-renowned Indy 500 motor race, historic universities, and even the birthplace of pop music icon Michael Jackson. With a reasonable cost of living in most cities across the state, Indiana could be the perfect place for you to call home as well.

Indianapolis

If you’re a Colts fan, and even if you aren’t, Indianapolis is a great city. Indy, the “Nap,” “Naptown,” or whatever you chose to call it, was once said to be the crossroad of America. The city, once considered part of the Corn Belt, is now a city rooted in tourism and sporting.

Indy [...]
 
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April 30, 2018

Are You a Horse Lover? Check Out These 8 Must-See Properties

When It Comes to Horses, These Homes Are Best in Show!

If you’re a horse lover in the market for a new home, you know that there are a lot of things to keep in mind when browsing potential properties. You want your new home to have all your equestrian essentials like a barn and enough space to run your horses while still offering you respite for when you come in off the trail or track. There are also many different types of properties available for the many different types of horse owners. You’ll need to figure out whether you’re looking for the perfect estate to run your jumpers; a casual, airy property where you can explore trails with the family; or a place [...]

 
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April 26, 2018

Most Popular Home Styles in the Southern US

Everyone wants to find their perfect home. Many homebuyers know exactly what they want their home to look like, down to exterior and interior design details. Across the U.S., home styles become trends due to their popularity, geographic location, and other factors specific to an area. For instance, in somewhere that’s prone to flooding like New Orleans, you won’t typically find a lot of low-lying, ranch-style homes – this isn’t to say that they don’t exist in the Crescent City, but geographically speaking, it’s unrealistic. You may not know all the details of the effects that geography can have on a home’s design, but for that reason, [...]

 
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April 24, 2018

Best Cities for Vegetarians

Vegetarianism is a dietary category that groups individuals who do not consume meat or restrict meat in some way from their lifestyle. There are different types of vegetarians, such as lacto-ovo (those who still eat dairy and eggs), and there are completely different sub-groups that fall within vegetarianism, such as veganism. No matter what you consider yourself to be, vegetarianism is growing across the country as people embrace health and wellness alternatives. Here are some of the best cities for vegetarians.

New York, New York

The Big Apple has the most restaurants with vegetarian options. NYC also has a wide variety of juice bars, plant-based food chains, and even food [...]

 
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April 10, 2018

Most Popular Home Styles in the Western US

Everyone wants to find their perfect home. Many homebuyers know exactly what they want their home to look like, down to exterior and interior design details. Across the U.S., home styles become trends due to their popularity, geographic location, and other factors specific to an area. For instance, in somewhere that’s prone to flooding like New Orleans, you won’t typically find a lot of low-lying, ranch-styled homes – this is not to say that they don’t exist in the Crescent City, but geographically speaking, it’s unrealistic. You may not know all the details of the effects that geography can have on home styles, but for that reason, we’ve compiled [...]

 
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April 6, 2018

Consider HOT Olde Kensington, Philadelphia for Your next Move!

If you are looking for that start-up vibe, Olde Kensington is one of Philadelphia’s neighborhoods that is slowly getting a facelift. Tucked away between Northern Liberties (north) and Fishtown (west), this distinct section of Kensington is going from warehouse to coffee house and condo. With other kinds of redevelopment in the works, this area of the city is one to watch or give more thoughtful consideration for a next move.

Where is Olde Kensington?

Olde Kensington is roughly situated between Cecil B. Moore Avenue, Front Street, W. Girard Ave. and N. 5th street. Considered part of the Lower Northeast section of Philadelphia, Olde Kensington is about 2 miles from Center [...]

 
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April 5, 2018

Four Tips for Finding the Right Real Estate Agent

Buying or selling a home is a huge step. Realtors can make this easy. Or not.

I know the principle well. When my wife and I bought our first home almost a year ago, we were on our second real estate agent. The first time around our search felt taxing, mainly because our real estate agent, who we met at an open house, had a very low view of most flips. At the time, flips were just about all we could afford for the home size we wanted.

At every turn, the agent was ready to give us a horror story about how clients ran into big problems in the weeks – even days – following the purchase of a renovated home.

Eventually, we had enough. I broke up with the agent via a [...]

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