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Save Energy in your Home

by Michel Delos Santos
Save Energy in your Home
Finding ways to conserve energy in your home will save you money and help reduce the nation's demand for the resources needed to make that energy, like fossil fuels.

Finding an inspector

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Finding an Inspector
An inspector is an important part of the process of finding the right home and needs careful consideration before hiring.

Buy Your Retirement Now

by Michel Delos Santos
Buy Your Retirement Home Now
Maybe you're not ready to move into it but that doesn't mean that you shouldn't take advantage of the present opportunities to acquire the home you want to live in during retirement.

Maintain, Minimize, Manage

by Michel Delos Santos
Maintain, Minimize, Manage
Homeownership is a privilege and a responsibility falling into one of three categories: maintenance, minimizing expenses and managing debt and risk.

Regular Principle Contributions

by Michel Delos Santos
Regular Principal Contributions
Making regular, additional principal contributions with each mortgage payment will save interest, build equity and shorten the term of fixed-rate mortgages.

Mortgage Timeline

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Mortgage Timeline
Knowing how long the different steps in the process take can help you understand what to expect.

Return on Investment

by Michel Delos Santos
 

Return on Investment
There are four major contributing factors to the return on investment of rental property.

Things of Value

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Things of Value
Safety deposit boxes offer a higher level of protection for irreplaceable items.

Tips for a New Homeowner

by Michel Delos Santos
Tips for a New Homeowner
These tips could be helpful for new homeowners and things that you have not thought of yet.

Homeowner's Net Worth

by Michel Delos Santos

Homeowners Net Worth
In a report released in August 2019, the U.S. Census Bureau stated the 2015 median net worth of homeowners was $221,100 compared to $2,759 for renters.

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