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  • Seamless Shifts: Merging Home Moves with Business Beginnings
    Launching a home-based business while moving to a new home presents unique opportunities and challenges. This article, courtesy of Quality Title Group, provides actionable insights into navigating this dual transition, from selecting a property that supports your business needs to maintaining operations throughout the move. You can ensure a seamless transition supporting personal and professional…
  • Starter Home vs. Forever Home: Making the Right Homeownership Decision
    The journey to homeownership is filled with exciting yet challenging decisions, one of the most crucial being whether to purchase a more affordable starter home or invest in a costlier forever home. This choice will not only shape your lifestyle but will also have long-lasting implications for your financial future. In this article, courtesy of…
  • Embracing Proximity: A Guide for Empty Nesters Moving Closer to Their Children
    As the pages of life turn, transitions become inevitable. For empty nesters, a new chapter awaits — one that involves moving closer to their grown children. This step not only brings families physically together but also creates a tapestry of emotional connections and shared moments. In this guide from Quality Title Group, we’ll explore the…
  • From the Ashes: How to Make the Most of a Fresh Start in a New City
    There comes a time in life when the need for change is inevitable. This could be after hitting a low point, and the desire to start anew becomes overwhelming. Moving to a new city can be the fresh start you need, a chance to leave past hardships behind and embark on a journey toward healing…
  • Simple Guide to Becoming a CRE Developer
    It’s no secret that many commercial real estate (CRE) developers make the Forbes 400 list yearly. CRE is a lucrative industry with tons of potential for business-minded people with suitable tenacity, foresight, creativity, and perseverance. That said, it’s not always easy getting started in CRE. You’ll have to take many steps and navigate many challenges,…
  • Save Time and Simplify Tasks With These Helpful Tech Tools for Rental Property Owners
    As rental property owners, maintaining and improving your investment properties can be challenging, especially if you are taking on the majority of the workload on your own. Fortunately, there are a number of technology tools available to help you streamline and optimize your property management. Today, Quality Title Group covers how property owners can make…
  • What You Need to Know About Shopping for a Home Warranty
    Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or a seasoned homeowner, investing in a home warranty can give you peace of mind and protect your budget from unexpected expenses. But with so many companies and coverage options available, it can be overwhelming to choose the right home warranty. Quality Title Group shares what you need to know…
  • The Ultimate Guide for Making Your Rental Property More Attractive to Renters
    If you’re a homeowner looking to rent out your property, there are several steps you can take to make your rental more attractive to potential tenants. From adding fresh paint and modern appliances to creating outdoor areas that encourage relaxation and enjoyment, these seven tips from Quality Title Pro will help you get the most…
  • Tips on Moving to a House Your Family Will Be Happy With
    Moving to a new property is not always easy, especially if you’ve lived in a particular location for a long time. Furthermore, your family might be experiencing just as much anxiety about it as you are, which is why you should do your best to ensure they are happy with the move. Today, Quality Title…
  • Selling Through Education: How to House-Flip as an Adult Student (Yes, It Is Possible!)
    Going back to college as an adult is increasingly viable thanks to developments in course structures, but cost still remains a key constraint. In this article, we’ll look at house flipping as a viable means to help adult students pay their way through education, whilst gaining valuable experience in the real estate market. Location The…
  • Your Complete Guide To Home Renovations
    If you are considering renovating a single room or updating the entire house then there are a few things that you should know. You should understand the options, know what goes into determining the cost of these projects, and learn your responsibilities as a homeowner, among other topics. Here at Quality Title Group, we know…
  • Juggling Multi-State Living and a Pet
    Living between homes in multiple states – for work, because you’re a seasonal resident, or whatever other reason – can take some doing. Add a pet to the mix and you’ve got yourself a bit of a juggling act. Pets have special needs and often need extra attention before, during, and after travel. Today, Quality…
  • Adjusting to Life in A Big City
    When moving to a big city, you will need to prepare for many lifestyle and budgeting changes, whether you are coming from a suburban area or an even smaller rural town. Big cities offer many advantages for work opportunities, lifestyle and entertainment, and other amenities that are attractive to prospective residents. If you are moving…
  • How to Make Moving Closer to Aging Loved Ones Easier
    If you must relocate to live closer to an aging parent or grandparent, there are a number of factors to consider before making the move. Aside from offering a more local presence, you’ll want to go over your loved one’s current living options, especially if their present home isn’t suitable for aging in place.  When…
  • Navigating the Home Sale After Losing a Loved One
    Losing someone you love can feel overwhelming. Between making funeral arrangements and dealing with your own sadness and grief, it is all the more burdensome when you also have to sell his or her home. Breaking the process down into steps will help make it feel more manageable and allow you to delegate tasks to…
  • What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – April 13th, 2020
    Last week’s economic reports were limited due to closures connected with coronavirus regulations. The Federal Reserve did not issue minutes for the most recent Federal Open Market Committee meeting as the meeting was canceled. Inflation readings were released; weekly readings on mortgage rates and new jobless claims were released along with the University of Michigan’s…
  • Creative Ways To Keep Your Family Sane During The COVID-19 Crisis
    It can be a tremendous challenge to suddenly be stuck at home during the COVID-19 crisis. For those who are in an area of the country where there is a “shelter in place” order, this can feel very much like house arrest. If there are children stuck at home as well, this could be enough…
  • Building An Emergency Fund During An Emergency
    By now, it should be apparent that this COVID-19 (Corona-virus) pandemic is going to be here for several months. It is already causing the market to plummet and is disrupting jobs all over the country. Many people who work as hourly employees (or are independent contractors) are starting to suffer. As people’s budgets start to…
  • COVID-19 Relief Programs For Homeowners
    Federal housing agencies and government-sponsored enterprises Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are responding to the COVID-19 outbreak with multiple relief programs for homeowners experiencing hardship due to illness and job loss. 60-Days Forbearance on Home Mortgages Owned or Backed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac Many U.S. home loans are owned or guaranteed by Fannie…

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