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When homebuyers work with a real estate agent, it is helpful to be as clear as possible about what they are looking for in a home. One important factor to consider is the type of community they are seeking. A preference between urban or rural, for example, is fairly straightforward to explain. But other terms, like neighborhood and subdivision, are often used interchangeably— and that can make the home search a bit confusing. 

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Moving to a new home doesn’t always mean selling the old one. Homeowners could choose to keep it as a rental property. How to decide between selling a home vs. renting it out will be different for everyone. It boils down to three main topics: the homeowner’s goals, their financial situation, and whether or not they are “cut out” to be a landlord.

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The time has come. You’re tired of paying rent and ready to take the big step of buying a home of your own. You may be wondering what the best type of home for a first-time buyer is. It’s impossible for us to know whether you should go for the sleek modern city condo or opt for the cute suburban bungalow. What’s best will depend on an individual’s region, tastes, income, lifestyle, and more. 

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