How the BBB A-Rated HOPE Program Measures Up
You wouldn’t even have to look at the review section of the H.O.P.E. website to know that there’s a service out there dedicated to helping the prospective homeowner get into a house. You don’t even need to take a quick gander at the HOPE Program’s own Google+ about some of the…Read More →
What Are the Top 4 HOPE Program Instagrams?
ShareFollow Us!If that’s one thing the HOPE Program is breaking through a ton in the digital era, it’s this: Instagram. Here we have a service bringing the visuals and getting people excited about anything that has to do with H.O.P.E. to Own, National Jobs Online (NJO), Nationwide Property Values (NPV), and Auto Selection Services: four affiliated networks […]Read More →
How Your County Assessor Can Help You With Property Taxes
ShareFollow Us!As a home buyer, you have a laundry list of things you should complete even before signing on the dotted line and getting ahold of those keys to unlock your door and walk through the threshold of your new life. One of those unsung factors on that laundry list, though, is this: the county […]Read More →
3 Main Benefits of a Tiny Maine House
ShareFollow Us!Call it a mobile home if you want (you’d be missing the point if you do), but the real estate market’s seeing a trend over on the east coast, particularly in the state of Maine. Tiny housing. I don’t mean the classic “studio apartment” for the bustling entrepreneur/bachelor scouring the social, commercial and corporate […]Read More →
The Great Barrier Reef: the Next Trendy Color for the Kitchen?
ShareFollow Us!You might think we’ve seen just about every color in the spectrum when it comes to a color for the kitchen. Not so. Consider this: there are numerous colors shades in the spectrum as evidenced by one Christian Grey and his “fifty shades,” but who knew you could use this color for the kitchen? Coral […]Read More →
Focus and Balance, Daniel-San: Mr. Miyagi’s Real Estate Risk and Investment Guide
ShareFollow Us!This can’t be as hard as figuring out your own corporate culture, right? Wrong. Real estate risk and investment can be considered one of the toughest endeavors, largely because it’s such a gamble. Daniel-San, you must concentrate, though…. Learning How to Block When you think about it, real estate risk and investment is a […]Read More →
Top Advantages to Signing Up for a Home Equity Loan
ShareFollow Us!These days, it seems like the word “loan” has a bad connotation to it — mostly because it involves having to pay back a lender (when you’d rather not have to). It is what it is — a home equity loan’s definitely not a handout, nor is it a grant or scholarship. Simply put, […]Read More →
The Flip Side of the Real Estate Property Coin: Can Beachfront Homes Be Bad?
ShareFollow Us!From a certain perspective, contrary to what we’ve said before about beachfront real estate here, it actually might not be such a good idea to get that home by the ocean, for plenty of reasons. Let’s play devil’s advocate here regarding real estate property by the wind and surf. After all, you have to […]Read More →
3 Things Casper the Ghost Would Say About You Buying His Real Estate
ShareFollow Us!Nothing beats a piece of prime real estate that’s haunted like how Beetlejuice would handle it, but let’s just say you’re face to face with the friendliest ghost you’d ever see: Casper. What would he say? Take advantage of this zero-down home with the help of H.O.P.E. to Own? Or find something better? Surely after […]Read More →
Why Students Are Targets for Credit Cards and 4 Ways to Fix That Before Graduation
ShareFollow Us!I dare you to name any budding college student out there — whether a child in your home, or a friend out in the community — who doesn’t face the challenge and responsibility of one of the most dangerous, yet truly powerful, pieces of plastic ever known to mankind: the credit card. Trust me: you’ll […]Read More →