101 Ways to Save Money for a Down Payment

Topics: Home Buyer Tips, Home Mortgage Tips, Housing Market, Mortgage Tips, Real Estate Tips

Saving for a down payment could be seen as a daunting task for many people. But what if we told you there are 101 ways you could be saving money that could go towards your down payment? If you’re serious about becoming a homeowner, you can’t afford not to make some of these easy and […]

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Prep Your Home for Spring

Topics: Around The Home, Homeowner Tips, Nebraska, Omaha

The weather in Nebraska is always unpredictable and you never know what kind of day you will wake up to. It’s important to make sure your home is ready for whatever the season might throw at it, and with spring in Omaha, that means lots of rain. Are you prepared for what the rains will […]

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8 Tips & Tricks for Awesome Real Estate Photos

Topics: Agent News, Careers in Real Estate, Home Seller Tips, Home Selling Tips, Life As An Agent, Real Estate Tips, Selling Your Home

These days, most buyers start their search for their home online though a variety of websites and apps. Like it or not, photos are a buyer’s first impression of a home and could make or break a sale. If the photos are poor or do not represent the house correctly, buyers will lose their interest […]

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High Rent Driving More People to Invest in Real Estate

Topics: Agent News, Community News, Home Buyer Tips, Home Mortgage Tips, Housing Market, Market Outlook, Omaha Market Update

Rent prices in Omaha have been creeping up in price for a long time. This trend, along with lower home prices and lower mortgage rates, has been driving more and more Omaha residents to purchase homes instead of renting. The real estate market in Omaha is thriving right now; low inventory and a surplus of buyers means […]

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The Pros & Cons of Homeowners Associations

Topics: Agent News

Many neighborhoods in Omaha have Homeowners Associations to keep the area surrounding your home well-maintained and manicured. But many people do not like paying a fee and having multiple restrictions on what they can and cannot do to the home they’ve purchased. Most HOAs are not optional, so if you’re unsure if you want to […]

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