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  • Congratulations! You decided to become a homeowner. As we all know, home ownership is an exciting and fulfilling opportunity for numerous reasons. For starters, you have a place to call your own and the complete freedom of that being a homeowner provides. For many people buying and selling a home is a major investment, which is why you should not cut corners on the home inspection. 

     

    By now, you are probably beginning to see that there are many steps to take into consideration in your journey to becoming a homeowner. Despite the joy and excitement, you will need to be mindful at each step of the way. One of the most important aspects of any real estate transaction is the home inspection. In this short article we are going to uncover the reasons why you need to get a home inspection.


  • While the world continues to evolve in response to the COVID-19 this leaves most of us to navigate the challenges of the home buying and selling process in the Columbia, Greater Columbia, Lexington, Irmo and surrounding areas of South Carolina.  

     

    One of the most commonly asked questions from first-time home buyers are “What are closing costs and how to reduce them.” Based on the perspective and insight from mortgage industry experts and real estate professionals. We’re going to explore a few points to help you better understand what closing costs are and how to vastly reduce them. What exactly Are Closing Costs and Who pays for them?


  • Despite the uncertainty of the response to the COVID pandemic, life happens and you may find yourself in the real estate market for whatever reason. Whether you’re relocating for a new job opportunity, empty nesters, recently widowed, divorced or expecting a post-COVID 19 bundle of joy. If you’re buying or selling your home in the Greater Columbia area of South Carolina, you will need to hire the right home inspector.

     

    For many, the home buying or selling transaction will be the most expensive purchase or transaction of their lifetime. Having a home inspection is your chance to better understand the condition of property that you are planning to purchase or sell. In this short article, we’re going to briefly cover 3 Tips to help you hire the right home inspector for your real estate transaction.