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Should You Sell Your House Before You Buy A New Property? 3 Handy Guidelines

Many people in the market for a new home want to know, should they sell their current home before buying another. The answer depends, of course, on how much uncertainty you can tolerate. If you are fairly certain that your current home will sell quickly, and you can afford to avail yourself of other accommodations, if necessary, then selling before buying may be a good idea. There are a few different options you should consider before moving forward. 

Buying A House as An Unmarried Couple - 3 Things You Should Know  

Instead of expensive weddings and exotic honeymoons, couples today are instead choosing to use their money to  buy a home. In fact, about one out of every four couples that bought a home together last year, did so before they were married. Here are some things to consider when thinking of buying a home with your fiancé or partner. 

Can You Get a Cosigner For A Mortgage?

After searching for months, you've finally found the perfect home. The problem is that you're having a difficult time qualifying for a mortgage. Should you just wait to buy? No, not necessarily. Doing so might mean that you will miss out on getting a good deal on the perfect home.