Most Wanted Real Estate's Blog
Provided courtesy of Cody L. Wilson, Insurance Agent, AAA MountainWest
Your claims history is one of the few factors affecting your homeowner’s insurance premiums that you can actively manage.
Aside from pride of ownership and a natural desire to make your house a home you enjoy and appreciate spending time together with friends and family, keeping your home in good condition and taking a few simple precautions to prevent accidents, theft or damage from the elements will also save you money on your home insurance rates.
Congratulations! Your offer has been accepted. What happens next?
Although we discussed each step in the process of writing the offer, it's a lot of information to absorb, so we've created this list to help answer some questions.
Did you purchase your home with the assistance of the FTHBC? If you are wondering what happens when you sell, here are some things that you need to know. The credit is an interest free loan, payable over a specified number of years. Depending on what year you purchased your home, depends on the amount due.