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Looking to sell your home this year and move into a new one? Those are two massive tasks! And while today’s hot housing market might make selling your home easier, it could also make buying one much more challenging—and potentially tangle you up in a financial mess.

Since no dream home is worth getting stuck with two mortgages, you need to learn how to successfully buy a home and sell your home at the same time.

Don’t know where to start? We’ve got you covered.

6 SIGNS IT'S TIME TO BUY A HOME

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You're Ready to Commit

Buyers Market

Funds for a Down Payment

Owning Costs Less Than Renting

Low Interest Rates

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5 UNWRITTEN HOME-SELLING ETIQUETTE RULES THAT CAN MAKE OR BREAK YOUR SALE

By Kayleigh Roberts | April 4, 2019

Selling a house takes, well, salesmanship. In other words, you have to prep your house so it looks its best. You have to open your door to strangers who’ll traipse through your home, open closets, and ask all kinds of questions. And, you have to do all of this without getting annoyed or overly emotional! 

To help clue you in to some moments that might test even the mellowest home seller, here are five home-selling etiquette rules that often trip people up. Keep these in mind to ensure that you don’t annoy your listing agent, or scare off that special buyer. 

DON’T TAKE OFFENSE WHEN YOUR LISTING AGENT SAYS YOUR HOUSE ‘NEEDS WORK’

DON’T VIEW LOWBALL OFFERS AS INSULTS

DO RESPOND QUICKLY TO OFFERS

DON’T TAG ALONG DURING THE HOME INSPECTION

DO AGREE TO REASONABLE REQUESTS FOR REPAIRS

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5 THINGS EVERY FIRST TIME HOMEBUYER NEEDS TO KNOW

By Jamie Wiebe I February 13, 2019

Here's what every first-time home buyer needs to know to dive into house hunting with confidence—and with as few curveballs as possible. Whether it's getting a mortgage, choosing a real estate agent, shopping for a home, or making a down payment, we lay out the must-knows of buying for the first time below.

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HOW MUCH HOME YOU CAN AFFORD AS A FIRST-TIME HOME BUYER

Pick the right real estate agent

KNOW THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A PERFECT HOME

DO YOUR HOMEWORK

KNOW YOUR TAX CREDIT OPTIONS

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