The purchase of your home may be your greatest investment. It can also be an emotional experience. If there is more than one decision-maker involved, a partner, a husband or a wife for example, things might be more complicated as compromises may have to be made. Then , before you know it you may have become utterly attached to a particular home and you’re all set on getting it, no matter what! But wait! Does it make financial sense? Do the numbers support your desires? It’ s dangerous to overextend yourself! You need to analyze your life-style, your cost of living , factor some monies for repairs and home maintenance and so on. Don’t become “house-poor”.
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Uncategorized • October 19, 2011
How much Should You Spend?
by Kim Edwards-Fukei
Uncategorized Rising Home Prices are great for Sellers In many Greater Seattle neighborhoods sellers are in the driver's seat. More homes on the market will ease the tight inventory crunch… http://www.realtor.com/news/trends/nar-quarterly-housing-report-1q-2015/?identityID=5218310&MID=2015_0515_WeeklyNL&RID=261939122&cid=eml-2015-0508-WeeklyNL-blog_1_home_prices_up-blogs_news