Wednesday, January 16, 2019 / by Leon Zhivelev
5 Ways to Avoid Debt When Shopping for Your First Home
Contributed by Kay Carter
Shopping for a home can be an overwhelming experience for anyone. The entire process, from finding listings in your area to successfully obtaining a mortgage loan, is a complicated one that always seems to take a lot longer than we’d like. Buying a home can especially be confusing for first-time home buyers who just want to find their perfect starter home without going into a lot of debt in the process. Luckily enough, that’s not an impossible task. Here are five ways you can avoid debt while shopping for your first home.
1. Create a Budget
Before you start looking for a home, consider creating a strict budget and looking at properties that cost less than the amount you were approved for. What can you afford? Be realistic with this budget and stick to it. Make sure that you also have money set aside for closing costs, home insurance, a home warranty, and any repairs you&rsquo ...
Wednesday, December 26, 2018 / by Leon Zhivelev
It was another night for the record books!
We want to thank everyone, from our Clients, friends, and family, that came out to enjoy the magical night with us! The amazing food, killer DJ with the tunes to make you move your feet and all the amazing food!
It was a night to remember and we will never forget all the laughs, hugs and all the love felt at this years Julie's Realty Holiday Party.
There could not be a better way in the world to close the door on an amazing year for us and open the door that leads to an even better 2019!
Check out all the photos from the magical night at the link below, and to all those that missed out.... there's always next year! :P
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Wednesday, May 23, 2018 / by Leon Zhivelev
Photo Via Pixabay by Tumisu
Article contributed by Jim Mckinley
Starting a business out of your home may sound like a pipe dream, but it’s actually very feasible
if you have a good plan. More and more people are deciding to work for themselves these days,
either because they are unsatisfied with their current job or because they simply want to build
something for themselves. Creating your own company and being able to call the shots is
essentially the American dream, and while it’s not an easy feat, it doesn’t have to be
One way to help make your business a success is to run it from your home. This will allow you
to be in the thick of it, running things from the inside with minimal overhead. If your business
doesn’t require a lot of labor, you can save a ton of money by pairing your home with your office
space. The key is to find the right home and set a goal from day one never to mix business with
your personal life. The righ ...