March 2012

Found 2 blog entries for March 2012.

Florida's First Time Buyer

Florida has been labeled a progressive state before, when it introduced radical 'green' measures throughout the state, but this time its innovative idea is to offer help to first time buyers. Florida has recognized that younger people are being pushed out of the housing market, and are trying to rectify this with fairly substantial financial incentives.

This failure to accommodate young people in the realty market has happened because nationwide, most homes have become larger and more expensive. Consequently, they are too pricey for the average first time buyer.

A spokesman for a local builders association told the St. Petersburg Times that builders will still be building over-sized homes but there will also be an increase in smaller houses being

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When you decide to sell your home you should immediately begin referring to it as a house. You've become emotionally attached to this place and it's now time to say goodbye. Start detaching yourself by making some changes that will help you with the sale of the house.

You probably have accumulated a lot of clutter over the years. This must be the first step.

  1. Un-clutter your home. Start by donating or giving away things that you've really no use for or you can rent storage space off premises to store it until you move, but prospective buyers need to see what the house looks like clean and uncluttered. This means going room to room and clearing everything out that makes it look disorganized.
  2. Neutralize the personal nature of your home. You may
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