If you are considering buying a condominium and have never lived in a home that has a homeowner's association (HOA), there are a number of different things you should find out before signing a purchase agreement. Living in a house with an HOA is different than living in a single-family home, and you should find out the following details before you decide to buy the condo you really like. The HOA Fees
27 April 2016
It's always nice to be on good terms with your neighbors. But when you live in an apartment complex, where your neighbors on either side and above or below you might be able to hear many of the movements you make, a friendly relationship with your neighbors is more than nice – it's necessary. Poor relationships with your apartment complex neighbors can really make your day-to-day life uncomfortable. But making friends when you're new to an apartment complex can be a bit like changing schools in the middle of the school year – the cliques are already established and you don't have anyone to sit with at lunchtime.
21 October 2015
It is quite common for apartment owners to run credit checks on all potential tenants before approving their applications, and this one factor can either help you get approved or hinder your approval. If you have bad credit and really want to get an apartment, there are ways to achieve this. Here are some tips that might help you get the approval you desperately want. Look For An Apartment That Does Not Perform Credit Checks
13 October 2015
One of the biggest financial decision you will have to make in your life is whether or not to buy a home. In recent years, the idea of buying a property has decreased among first-time owners. However, by choosing to rent rather than buy, many people are missing out on some key benefits of owning their own home. As such, here are three main reasons to buy your first property before you reach 30.
3 August 2015