Posts Tagged ‘Florida Real Estate Tips’

School’s out for the Summer!

Thursday, June 11th, 2015

School’s out in South Florida and summertime has officially arrived! With the school year over with parents are looking for fun activities to keep their kids busy during the summer months. Coral Springs has a lot to offer this summer, check out these attractions and events that are sure to keep the whole family happy […]

How to Survive the Moving Madness!

Tuesday, April 21st, 2015

Springtime is here and it is one of the most popular times of the year that families choose to make a move! Moving is often a stressful time for both buyers and sellers. Here are some moving tips that can help relieve a little bit of that stress throughout the process. Pack the items you […]

Convert a Spare Bedroom into a Home Office

Thursday, January 15th, 2015

Whether your kids have moved out of your family home or you have that spare bedroom that has remained untouched for quite some time, you have made the decision to create a home office for yourself. The kitchen table is no longer sufficing for your home office needs. The best way to begin converting the […]

How much mortgage can you really afford?

Wednesday, August 20th, 2014

Here are some tips to help you determine a realistic budget for your house hunt! Different lenders will qualify you for different amounts. Going with the biggest mortgage option is not always the best option. There are some things you should consider before jumping into a large financial decision such as a house mortgage. Think […]

Divorcing Your Spouse Doesn’t Automatically Affect Your Joint Mortgage

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

Anjie’s divorce was finalized in 2010. She deeded the house to her ex-husband. Being unmarried now, she thought she could get a fresh start. Little did she know her past was still haunting her. In 2013 she applied for a loan for a new house. She never thought that the old joint mortgage on the […]

Less Flushing – More Savings!

Saturday, December 29th, 2012

You just purchased a new home, quite happy with all the brand new furniture and fixings it has, but when your water bill came, you were flabbergasted!  You’ve spent a small fortune already getting new stuff and fixing those broken pipes and leaking faucets! Likewise, you religiously follow all tips and ways on how to conserve water […]