For the LGBTQ+ community, the experience of finding and buying a home has been changing for the better, but buyers do still face some challenges. These home-buying tips can help make your path to homeownership more fair and equitable. Understand your rights Zillow believes you have the right to buy a home free from discrimination. […]
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Figuring out how to deal with bad neighbors can be a major struggle. There’s nothing worse than buying a house and then realizing you have nightmare neighbors. But you don’t just have to grin and bear your neighbors’ undesirable behavior or tension on the block. With the right approach, you can turn it into an opportunity to […]
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Renting can be a real dream – as long as you know how to tackle these common challenges.
Which U.S. cities have the highest percentage of oldest and newest homes for sale? Our team did the research – did your city make the list?
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You’ve probably heard the saying that you shouldn’t buy the best house on the block. But everyone’s always looking for a deal, and in a fast-moving housing market, buyers especially are looking for a ‘diamond in the rough’: a good home in a not-so-good neighbourhood that they can buy for a steal and then sit […]
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In this article: What are the top features buyers look for in a home? 1. Search for the right price 2. Prioritize the location 3. Think long term 4. Assess property condition 5. Don’t focus on minor cosmetic details 6. Stick with your must-haves Starting a home search can feel a little like wandering into […]
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You loveâ the Napa lifestyle. The Napa prices? Not so much. If your budget is more “house blend” than “rare vintage,” you might assume that you’re priced out of a life among the vineyards. Not so. We found four wine country towns where you can sip local vino on your patio without dropping a fortune on […]
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