Dustin Lawson

Posted on: 9 April 2019
Think you're ready to buy a home? You may be in the right mindset when looking at houses, but not prepared in every possible way. Here are some things you should do to prepare yourself when buying a home. Find A Lender Chances are that you will need financing

Posted on: 20 March 2019
If you are approaching retirement age and are about to design the home you plan to live in throughout this next stage of life, congratulations. You've worked hard, and you deserve to enjoy a custom home built to meet your own needs. One thing to keep in mind t

Posted on: 27 October 2018
You can get a foreclosed home at a bargain, but you may also experience major buyer's remorse if you aren't careful with such a purchase. This is because buying a foreclosed home is unlike buying any other type of real estate property. Keep the following preca

Posted on: 27 October 2018
Many people will start off their lives living in an apartment or some other kind of multifamily residence. These types of homes have a number of advantages that are well suited for young adults who are yet to get married or have children. However, many people

Posted on: 23 October 2018
Owners of homes are often worried about the possibility that their residences may experience water damage. Issues can arise from a range of reasons, including everything from unpredictable weather to pests creating holes. When homeowners submit water damage in

Posted on: 11 October 2018
When you are looking for a home to buy, you may first want to choose the neighborhoods where you would like to live. This can make it easier to limit the scope of your search through single-family home listings. As you are evaluating potential neighborhoods, t

Posted on: 10 September 2018
Making an offer on a house is your first step towards owning a home, and once the seller accepts the offer, you will have a lot of things to do. Here are some of the main steps you will need to take after you find out the seller has accepted your offer. Contac