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If you’re ready to buy your first home, you need to determine how much you can REALLY afford and not be stretched too thin.  You definitely want to avoid being “house poor” so you’ve got enough money left over for other things! [Read More]

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My 4-part weekly series is a “how-to” guide for moving up to your next home with as little stress as possible.   Whether you’ve bought and sold homes dozens of times, or it’s your first time being a move-up buyer, this series will walk you through exactly what to do when, how, and why. [Read More]

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In my final week, it’s all about what NOT to do! You want to keep it simple and straightforward with your finances as you lead up to buying a home. Nothing extravagant or excessive during this time. [Read More]

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My final installment covers the specifics for becoming a landlord in the District. Each municipality has certain laws and regulations that property owners must abide by and this article is a good rundown for DC landlords. 
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This week’s installment is part three of my four-part series, and you’ll learn what you should consider before hiring a property management company to oversee your rental. Is it the best decision for you? [Read More]

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My new series brings together all of my advice and tips about the importance of your creditworthiness and more when buying a home. Here are three three common misconceptions that needlessly lower credit scores.
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Most buyers need to take out a mortgage, and that’s when your finances become an open book. Lenders will need to gauge if you’re worth the risk to lend you money. I’m here to help you learn some  important strategies so you don’t miss out on becoming a homeowner.
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I love the notion of keeping your current home as a rental when you move out of the area or buy a bigger home.  But, how do you know if youre making the right decision and if youre ready to be a landlord? [Read More]

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Have you ever wondered whether it would be a good idea to rent out your home instead of selling when it’s time to move? [Read More]

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Your FICO score and credit report are so vital to getting a loan, and I’ll give your strategies so you don’t miss out on becoming a homeowner. [Read More]

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