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“Hidden” Costs of Purchasing a Home that Many Buyers Overlook

April 01, 2021

 For most people, buying a home is one of the biggest investments they’ll ever make. While your house budget likely includes the down payment and monthly mortgage payments, there are several often-overlooked costs associated with buying and owning a home—and even if you’re not a first-time buyer, some of these costs may come as a ...

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5 Things to Know First Before Applying for a Home Loan

March 13, 2021

1Whether you are a first-time homebuyer or an experienced buyer, there are some important things to know first to ensure that your home buying process is smooth and simple. Here are five important tips to keep in mind on your homebuying journey!Be Timely with Paying BillsWhen applying for a home loan, it is important you have a good ...

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North Carolina Facts

January 15, 2021

•Capital: Raleigh •Nickname: Ol' North State / Tar Heel State •Bird: Cardinal •Elevation: 6,684 ft. •Flower: Dogwood •Song: "The Old North State" •Counties: 100•Vegetable: Sweet potato•Food: BBQNorth Carolina is teeming with ways to get outside and enjoy our lovely state! Whether you™re hiking, swimming, boating, or just exploring new attractions, our state is the perfect spot to ...

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What to Do If You Get a Robocall

May 15, 2020

Few things can be more annoying than answering the phone while you're in the middle of something — and then being greeted by a recording.If you receive a robocall trying to sell you something (and you haven’t given the caller your written permission), it’s an illegal call. You should hang up. Then, file a complaint ...

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Types of Window Coverings and What They Do

September 14, 2019

Homeowner Tips from First American Home WarrantyWindow Coverings That Insulate and Save EnergyReplacing old windows with new energy-efficient models is a great way to help reduce energy loss and keep your home comfortable all year. But new windows aren’t always an option. New windows may not be in your budget right now, or you may have a historic ...

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