Posts Tagged ‘Home Buying Tips’

buying vs. renting

Stop Renting, Own Your Home in Gainesville

If you’re spending your monthly housing dollars paying down someone else’s equity in the Gainesville, Georgia area, it’s time to seriously consider home ownership! The average rent for zip code 30507 is now higher than the principle & interest mortgage payments on our beautiful townhomes at Hawthorne Village. With interest rates at all time lows […]

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Find your new home on your time

Find Your New Home on Your Time

We value your time, we value your requests, and at Kerley Family Homes it’s all about value, so we are introducing after hour appointments! We are presenting an amazing new feature on our site that will change the way you find your next home. You can now find your home on your time, and schedule […]

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The attached homes in Enclave at Powder Springs

Get Attached to Your Kerley Family Home

If you’re looking for a new home in Georgia, you’ll find some of the best deals on townhomes and villas. Attached homes are affordable, and they are an easy way to maintain a place of your own. If you’ve never lived in an attached home before, let us enlighten you to the advantages that come […]

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Own your new home faster with Kerley Family Homes iBuyer program

Own Your New Home Faster

The home buying process can take longer than anticipated. But with Kerley Family Homes, it doesn’t have to be. Whether you’re getting a loan, selling your old home, or just searching for more information about a community, we can help you own your new home faster. Read on to discover how Kerley Family Homes simplifies […]

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the land this home is on is nice and level

Find a Kerley Family Home with Feng Shui

When laying the foundation for a new home, you want to build success and happiness into your life for years to come. That’s exactly what the principles of feng shui seek to address. It’s a philosophy that can give home buying more stipulations, but when you find your fitting new home, it’s extremely rewarding. Kerley […]

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Tips for touring model homes like this one at Chaparral Ridge

Tips for Touring a Model Home

Touring is a fun part of the homebuying process. When you’re touring a model home, though, you’re not just there to see how the place is decorated. You’re getting a feel for the neighborhood and how your life might fit into this home. You want to use your time in a model home wisely so […]

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3 Common Signs You're Ready to Upgrade Your Home - credit: Wavebreak Media Ltd 123rf com

3 Signs You’re Ready to Upgrade Your Home

More often than not we have a tendency to become overly comfortable in our homes. We overlook crowded spaces because we’ve become attached to the place we call home. Yet, over time, you slowly begin to realize you might be outgrowing your home. So, how do you know when that time has come? If you […]

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How to Get the Most Out of Your House Hunt - Part 2 - credit: Cathy Yeulet 123rf com

How to Get the Most Out of Your Online House Hunt | Part 2

Searching for a new home online takes both time and patience. It’s not a task to be taken lightly. After all, you’re looking for a new abode where you’ll spend many years making memories with family and friends. The process starts with determining your budget and creating a list of features you’re looking for in […]

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How to get the most out of your online house hunt - part 1 - credit: Wavebreak Media Ltd 123rf com

Get the Most Out of Your Online House Hunt | Part 1

If buying a new home is on your list of New Year’s resolutions, you’re in the right place. We understand finding your perfect home doesn’t happen overnight. With the world wide web at your fingertips, it can sometimes be a little intimidating. It takes time to research financing options in order to set your budget. […]

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Understanding Closing Costs will help you when buying a new home - credit: rido 123rf com

Understanding Closing Costs

You’ve set aside some money, established your budget, and are finally ready to begin your new home search. Contrary to popular belief, your down payment isn’t the only up-front payment you have to make before acquiring ownership of your new home. You’re also responsible for paying the fees associated with taxes, your loan, appraisals, and […]

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