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There are 3 blog entries for October 2012.
Wednesday, October 31st, 2012 at 8:09pm. 571 Views, 1 Comments.
Nationwide, it seems the housing market is heating up, just as it does nearly every Spring and Summer – including in the Twin Cities area. Even with those seasons passed, the interest rates are still low with plenty of homes available on the Twin Cities real estate market. That considered, more and more Minnesotans are pondering if they are ready to buy a home yet. There are many things to consider, especially for those who may be first time home buyers.
Here are some questions and some possible answers to think of if you are considering buying a home.
· Are you planning to stay put? If the answer to this is no, you might want to reconsider buying a home. If you think you are planning on stay in an area for any less than 5…
Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012 at 4:23pm. 249 Views, 0 Comments.
We are SO excited to announce that Norton Homes has just been given a Reggie Award for its Excellence in Building! This prestigeous award has been given to top Twin Cities Builders for the past 40 years by the Builders Association of the Twin Cities. Winning Builders are chosen by judging teams that consist of local Builders and Associates who determine which home exemplifies excellence in design, construction, quality and value.
Owner, Chris Norton, takes a hands-on approach to building and his company is one of the fastest growing Custom Home Builders in the Twin Cities area. Custom designed Norton Homes range from quality built starter homes to elegantly appointed luxury homes. BUT, regardless of the price, each Norton Home has exceptional…
Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012 at 4:12pm. 186 Views, 2 Comments.
Short sales are a last resort for home sellers trying to avoid foreclosure. For struggling borrowers, a short sale could really offer the only chance to avoid foreclosure and all of the financial repercussions that can go along with it. While short sales still ding a borrower’s credit, it can be better financially to sell a house in a short sale than to go through foreclosure.
That being said, short sales are still stressful, time-consuming and complicated. Here are five tips to help you successfully navigate the process of short selling a home.
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