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  • Homebuying Tips for Single Women: Don't Be Afraid of Renovation

    “It’s a great way to get the exact home you want, or get a good deal on a home that others may be overlooking,” says Lauren Bowling, who chronicles her purchase and complete remodel of a foreclosure…   See the Image

  • Home Buying Tips for Single Women: Follow Your Heart

    Oregon marketing expert Kim Beeler says if you love a certain lifestyle and can afford it, don’t let others dissuade you. She's pictured here in front of her current home, which she wishes she…   See the Image

  • Homebuying Tips for Single Women: Compare Renting Vs. Buying

    When 24-year-old Kayla Chapman of Columbus, Ohio, found out her monthly payments would be the same whether she bough or rented, she decided to take the plunge.   See the Image

  • Homebuying Tips for Single Women: Start Basic, Then Upgrade

    “Don’t start with pricey flooring or bells and whistles in an unstable market. Go simple and chic until time to upgrade and be open to the magic,” advises Kahshanna Evans of Kissing Lions PR. She's…   See the Image

  • Homebuying Tips for Single Women: Consider Your Future

    Salt Lake City attorney Jan Allred says, “I bought my house (in a PUD) when I still had two children at home. Now I’m an empty nester, and I don’t need all of the space. Also, keep in mind that you…   See the Image

  • Homebuying Tips for Single Women: Take a Homeownership Class

    Maryland financial expert Harrine Freeman, CEO/owner of H.E. Freeman Enterprises, took a homeownership class that discussed preventing foreclosure, home inspection, etc., and highly recommends it.   See the Image

  • "Opportunity exists when preparation meets the right timing. And when purchasing a home in Miami, you must be prepared and organized in order to find the best opportunity," Samantha…   Read the Blog

  • Atlanta Homes For Sale, May 2014, Midtown

    Buying a home may be one of the only business transactions where it is equally as important to listen your heart and your head. While the pragmatic side of you shouts for a good school district, the…   Read the Blog

  • Located in neighborhoods not far from the city's center, these homes are listed for under $1 million.   See the Gallery

  • Located on a tree-lined street in Coconut Grove, this two-bedroom, one-bathroom home is listed for $539,000. The home sits on a corner lot and features a newly remodeled kitchen.    See the Image

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