A Homebuyer's Guide

Tips for Homebuyers

  • Entertain Under Soaring Ceilings

    Vaulted ceilings make for airy, open elegance during dinner parties and cozy fireside evenings at home.   See the Image

  • Spacious Kitchen Fit for a Chef

    Whip up culinary masterpieces in this gourmet kitchen packed with amenities. Marble countertops, a generous island with counter height seating, a breakfast nook all ensure this will become one of…   See the Image

  • An Entryway to Remember

    Published 04/10/13 in Houses
    An Entryway to Remember

    If first impressions are the most important, you can't do better than this stylish entryway with tasteful lighting and landscape design and a charming stone path.   See the Image

  • Bedroom Sanctuary

    Published 04/10/13 in Houses
    Bedroom Sanctuary

    Wind down at the end of a long day in this sumptuous master bedroom. Gleaming hardwood floors, windows that reach nearly from floor to ceiling, soft, subtle lighting—it's hard to stay stressed out in…   See the Image

  • A Light and Airy Bathroom Retreat

    What could be better than a spa getaway in your very own bathroom? This elegant bathroom features a jetted tub, standalone shower, marble countertop, and rich wood detailing. Relax in spacious,…   See the Image

  • Bread Maker

    When shopping for the holidays, don't forget gifts for neighbors, party hosts or housewarmings. Think beyond the typical bottle of wine with these great gift ideas.   See the Gallery

  • Planning is Key

    First-time homebuyers face multiple challenges even before they get the house keys. These tips will help you plan for a successful real estate purchase.   See the Gallery

  • The Down Payment Isn't Everything

    Spending all or most of their savings on down payment and closing costs is one of the biggest mistakes first-time homebuyers make, Conarchy says. "Some people scrape all their money together…   See the Image

  • For parents, buying a home off campus for their kids to live in can be a very pragmatic business decision. Investing in college-town real estate can also make sense for alumni or other investors looking for a property that generates a steady cash flow in a location they love — if they're willing to put up with the heightened potential for property damage, continuous repairs and occasional evictions from student tenants who don't feel responsible for taking care of the property.

    It's the time of year when proud parents are sending their kids off to college. What better time to consider the best college towns for investing in foreclosed homes?   See the Gallery

  • Deer Valley Resort House For Sale

    Listed for $21.9 million, this well-appointed residence boasts direct ski-in/ski-out access from Deer Valley Resort's Mountaineer ski run. The property's exterior luxuries include a heated outdoor…   See the Image

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