Predictions for 2018's Housing Market

The Michigan real estate market is no exception, 2018 is projected to be a strong year in real estate.  Here are some pros and cons of buying and selling your home in the Michigan real estate market in 2018.


Mortgage Rates are on the Rise

Although rates are projected to increase in 2018, they are only projected to slightly rise. This means now more than ever is a great time to buy as they will only continue to rise over the next year or so, and you can still get a great rate!

Rent Prices Increase

Millennials are reaching the point in their life where they are having to make the decision of continuing to rent or becoming a homeowner. As rent prices rise it is becoming increasingly affordable to take on a mortgage. Many renters are finding they are able to take on a mortgage for the same, or at times, a cheaper monthly payment!

Low Inventory on the Market

Low housing inventory will continue into the new year, which will make it a great time for sellers. This trend will result in homes to selling quicker at a higher price. It's more important than ever for buyers to have a real estate agent working for them. Having an agent will get you the quickest access to homes once they're on the market.

Housing Prices on the Rise

As the demand for houses remains higher than the supply, many home prices will rise. Housing will become less affordable which will hurt Millennials and those that are renting the most. It's always best to work with a trusted real estate agent to best determine the listing price for your home. An experienced real estate agent has the knowledge and experience in your market and will be able to guide you to reach top dollar for your home.

The market for 2018 is really at a stage that can work well for both sellers and buyers.  Since rent prices are on the rise and mortgage rates are slowly increasing as well, now is a great time for renters to become homeowners!  with motivated buyers on the market and low inventory now is a great opportunity for sellers to get multiple offers on their home. If you are looking to buy, the first step is to consult an experienced real estate agent and get pre-approved for a mortgage.  Sellers will want to consult with a real estate agent for expert advice on their home value and the current market!


March 15, 2018

Preparing Yourself for Spring Storms

Spring is coming, and with it comes spring storms. Wind and Rain our coming our way and it's best to be prepared in the case that any damage are done to your home this season. If a tree were to fall on your house you would be in panic. Although your insurance would cover most of the cost, you have to figure out how to pay the deductible and other related expenses until everything is sorted out. If you happen to be one of the almost 50% of Americans that couldn’t cover a $400 emergency payment without borrowing it elsewhere, don’t panic. Even if you have exhausted all of your hidden money places you can always get money from people. There are loans and grants that are given to people like you to help you rebuild and find shelter. Here are some of the best options you have to help fund with problems like home repairs,

Most Common Source of Funding: Loans

Home Equity Loans  The two types of home equity loans are the original home equity loan and a loan known as the HELOC. The one caveat is that you generally can’t tap more than 80 percent of your home’s total equity, so if your mortgage is already taking up 75 percent of that, you may not have enough equity left to fix the weatherhead. These loan types have the longest terms so therefore have the smallest payments.

Personal loans  Out of the loans a personal loan can be more difficult to qualify for because there isnt any general security involved. With these loans there is no collateral so they will process much faster and help get that power turned on much quicker. With a personal loan there is the downfall of having to pay a much higher rate than you would if you were to have a secured form of credit.

401(k) loan  This is an account that is mainly set up for retirement. Most people believe that a 401(k) would never do anything for them. This idea can be very untrue though depending on the amount of funds you have vested and how specific your 401(k) is set up.

Borrowing from family  Although many people avoid taking money from family members. But as things get more rough you may have to go back to your people and grovel. People always imagine a long list of cons for this but borrowing the money can say Hey, don’t skip this one. It’s no fun to ask family for money, but sometimes, you’re caught between a rock and hard spot.

Free Grant Money  There are some grant programs out there, but they are very few and far between. Primarily, they go to people who are elderly, very impoverished and live in rural areas, but if there’s a grant program in your area, apply. It can’t hurt anything. The biggest downside to grant money for a repair like yours is that they’re rarely in any hurry to get things done. Grants can be achingly slow, even if you’re approved right away. You probably can’t afford that kind of time investment. Just because it’s free doesn’t mean it’s not going to cost you a fortune.

We hope that showing you a few of your options will help you this spring in deciding how to handle a situation like this if you were to come across a problem.


Posted in Home Maintenance
March 13, 2018

Preparing for Your Potential Home Buyers

When you own a home there are always little projects you’re doing to fix things that bother you. When you put your house on the market don’t expect to be able to fix every little thing first, however, know that the buyers will be expecting a minimum level. Before you decide to sell your home it's a good idea to go through your house with a realtor so that they can inform you of how to put your homes best foot forward. This is the key to success.

Entry Area  The first thing that buyers will really notice about the inside of your home or most homes is the living room and foyer as a combo unit. Unless yours are separate understand that this same advice applies to both. When buyers are looking at your house they are forming an opinion, so try making what they'll see first the punch. Clean your windows very well to receive as much natural lighting in the house as possible. Make sure that you have cleaned the flooring and that the walls are flawless. Most buyers are looking for walls that are a neutral colors.

Dining Room  When looking through your dining room follow the same advice given for the entry area, with an exception. Since there is typically a lot of eating that happens in this room, you will want to check up under the table for any stains. It is important that you work to get the stain removed instead of covering it with a rug because this can be know as a “hidden or latent effect”.

Bathrooms   Bathrooms are much like kitchens, they have a lot of wet, moving parts. Since they are so similar your will be looking for most of the same concepts. In the bathrooms the only new things you will have to check are the shower or tub units and sinks. Check to make sure that the faucets are not leaking and that you can't find any mold. If you’re unable to remove the stains you find, try recaulking.

Garage  In the garage make sure that you have a functioning garage door and that the wheels on the door are lubricated so there isn't an awful noise given off when it is opened. Try to get things in your garage tidied up as best as you can.  

General Outdoors  Before entering your home the first thing buyers wills see is the view from the streets. Make sure that you keep your landscaping well taken care of and take care of all the excess projects you started and never finished. Make sure to check that your roof and gutters are in good shape because its highly likely your potential buyers will be doing the same. First impressions can make or break your potential buyers chance of loving your home.

For more tips on how to give your home curb appeal click on the link below!

Giving your Home Curb Appeal

Posted in Selling Your Home
March 9, 2018

How to Stick to Your Home Remodeling Budget

Remodeling is always a bit more pricey than you expect. Older houses will always find a way to surprise you when ii comes to remodeling because of all the changes made in the building codes over the years. It helps to approach a remodel with a mindset to save as much money as you can if you’re trying to stay under budget. Remodeling can be an extensive process but if done the right way can be a great experience to be involved with. Try using these tips to save more money throughout the process.

Recycle and Reuse There are several things in the house that you can reuse when remodeling. If you carefully remove the trim, for example, you should be able to reuse it. Some types of trim can be more fragile that others but wider crown molding or tall base moldings can be great for recycling. Cabinets, tiles, sinks, tubs, light fixtures and most materials, really, can be recycled in some way.

New Paint? If you have decided that you like the style of the wooden trim or kitchen cabinets in the house but come to the idea that they may fit your new design better if they were a different wash or color you could recycle them. Without ripping them out all you would have to do is lightly sand them, apply the right primer, and then carefully paint them.

Avoid Relocation  As you remodel it can be tempting to rearrange the toilets or sinks in the bathrooms and kitchens, but don’t. Instead of moving things around, try to work around their existing locations, moving plumbing (as well as electrical) can be very expensive and may require that you bring your house up to current code, adding even more cost to the remodel.

Discount Material Stores Discount material stores often get bulk shipments of items that larger retailers couldn’t move in a reasonable amount of time. These discount material stores can be very hit and miss when it comes to what you’re looking for. Always make sure that you know how much material you’re in need of so that the day you find your high grade laminate flooring you'll be able to buy it before it’s sold out. Once the material is gone there typically isn’t another shot to find the same thing in stock in the store.

Buying Used Materials People will often put bigger, more valued items, up for sale when they are replacing them during a remodel. Windows, pavers and excess materials from projects are popular things you’ll see in online and offline ads. Buying used materials can be very beneficial to staying under budget, when the items you find fit what you are looking for and match your design plan.

Be Efficient With Materials The more efficiently that you use your materials, the less you will need and the more you will save. Plan your cuts ahead of time so that you can utilize the least amount of material as possible. Returning excess material to your home improvement store can help you save and stick to your budget.

If you tend to be a little less handy or just are too busy to do your own home remodel, it’s smart to call in someone to remodel your home. These professionals will advise you in ways to save money based on what you want for your finished project.

Posted in Home Maintenance
March 5, 2018

Is Now Really the Time for You to Buy? Things to Factor Outside Your Finances.

Although it is not mentioned often, buying a home can be a very emotional experience and buyers will often become very attached to their house. There are two primary things that drive us to buy rather than renting. The most common reasons we want to buy are to increase our social standing and to create an opportunity to give ourselves some type of financial security. There are so many articles that debate home readiness in terms of how much money that you have but those articles leave out all of the other things that are usually involved in the experience of owning a home. There are many parts of your life that you will need to examine before buying a house, assuming that you do qualify for a loan. Here are some things that you should get in check with to make the process easier on yourself.

Pursuing Your Wanderlust  Wanderlust is your strong desire to travel. Buying a house is similar to getting a tattoo in the sense that its not easily undone. Even if you just walk away, you have a foreclosure hanging over your head for years and years and your credit’s damaged. If you have wanderlust left in you, get it out now. Go travel while you can, because once you buy, you’re going to have to live in it for a while. That’s not to say you can’t go on vacations, but won’t be able to stay around for months once you have a mortgage that needs to be paid.

Emotional Maturity  Your emotional maturity is your ability to create a life you desire that is full of both happiness and fulfillment. Living in a neighborhood requires emotional maturity because your neighbors are not very easy to move away from. If your neighbor was driving you nuts with his flashy Christmas lights you must choose to hang blinds rather than taking the aggression out on him. In addition to neighbors all houses have problems, even if it's a brand new house. So when a problem occurs there is always a solution, so don’t panic.

 A Secure Career   When you are looking to buy a house and have a 30 year mortgage it is important that your career is one you see yourself sticking with. If your career is one that you do not plan on sticking around you may not want to jump into a mortgage. If it ever came to the point where you would need to return to school or move out of state, trying to simultaneously maintain your mortgage would be difficult.

A Secure Relationship  Before buying a house with someone make sure that your relationship is secure enough to be purchasing with that person. This is on the level of having a child with someone, buying is a huge financial commitment and one that could obliterate you for years and years if things went downhill quickly. Whether you’re married or not, make sure this person is one you can count on for the rest of the term of that loan, as romantic as that notion may be. You’re in this mortgage together, make sure it’s an equal partnership.









Posted in Buying a Home
March 2, 2018

Using Insurance to Protect Your Home

It is so important to look into the insurance you will choose when you’re purchasing your new home. Here are a few types of insurances and an explanation of each so that you can better understand what each does and what you need. We hope that these tips will really help you protect your new home.Homeowner Policies   

If you have previously rented a house before you bought this home you will be familiar of a much more simple version of this policy which is often called a renter’s policy. The Renter’s policy covers more inexpensive things if anything were to happen to you home such as a fire or tornado.  Renter’s policies are relatively inexpensive, running about $15 a month in most areas, so more landlords are making them mandatory parts of rental agreements. A homeowner’s policy is designed to protect you, your family, your dwelling and your personal property from damage, both physical and financial, to some extent. Most policies are essentially the same, containing these components:

Dwelling coverage  Your lender will require that if your property is severely damaged, it’s able to recover the amount of the loan you’ve borrowed. In the case that your home was a total loss, you’d have the option to either rebuild with those insurance funds or give them to the bank and own the lot free and clear. Dwelling coverage will also cover any major damage to your home such as damage from a hail storm. Although many acts of nature are covered, it is important to note that some policies exclude floods, earthquakes, and sinkholes.

Other structure coverage  Other structure coverage can be applied to any major damage to sheds, detached garages, fences, greenhouses and any other permanent structure you have on your property.

Personal property coverage  This is the part of the insurance policy that’s just exactly like renter’s insurance. If your property is damaged during a storm, stolen during a robbery or severely damaged by something out of your control, you can file a claim to possibly receive some kind of reimbursement. Replacement cost coverage provides the amount necessary to replace your items, so if this is an option, choose it. Again, though, there is probably not coverage for flooding, earthquakes or sinkholes, so be ready to ask about it.

Additional Coverage  There are additional forms of coverage that you can choose from such as, identity fraud or from extra coverage for valuable collectables to coverage for identity fraud or the “ Water Backup and Sump Pump Discharge or Overflow” coverage that will cover any water that is forced into your house due to the sewage system. If you’re in an area where this is a possibility and the coverage isn’t much extra, definitely get this. The sheer nightmare that is water backup from a basement drain due to oversaturation is unspeakable and the smell unforgettable.

Loss of use coverage  Many homeowner policies will also pay for you to live elsewhere while your home is being repaired after major damage. This is the loss of use coverage portion of the policy.

Personal liability coverage  This type of coverage is for accidents that might happen on your property. If the neighbor were to fall on your property and become injured or a tree in your yard fell onto your neighbor's house, you don’t have to worry about how much the bills are going to be. Your insurance will cover it up to a certain amount.

Flood Insurance

Flood insurance primarily comes up when you’re looking to buy a house sitting on a piece of land that has even a tiny corner poking into a floodplain. Most homeowners don’t know that they can buy flood insurance no matter where they live. It is important to know this considering how many home in recent have flooded that aren't located on a floodplain.  

Although there are many buyers and homeowners that believe that insurance is a waste of money, it is designed so that you never use it. While that may be true, the fact remains that if you do need it, you’re really going to need it and there’s no take-backs. You can’t change your mind and load up on coverage after that giant tree has fallen through your bathroom ceiling.

Posted in Home Maintenance
Feb. 19, 2018

Lighting Can Influence Your Buyers

Lighting in a home has a great influence on the potential buyers of your home. Lighting has the power to add warmth, color, style, and personality to your home. There are a variety of ways you can use the different aspects of lighting to highlight areas of the room that you want to stand out. Making small changes in lighting can affect the way your home is viewed, from top to bottom. Upgrading your lighting can be a simple, inexpensive, investment that will give you a boost while staging your home.

When changing the lighting in your home make sure that you plan a general theme before buying the fixtures. Decide what color your fixtures will be and what the overall look of your home will portray as you slowly make it your own, and stick to your plan. There is an exception to keeping the same color and style of fixtures. The bedrooms are a space that people don’t subconsciously expect to follow the overarching design theme.

Layering Lighting In most modern homes, you walk into a room and you’re greeted by one weak light coming from the center of the ceiling. This infirm little bulb is trying very hard to pull the weight of several light fixtures and lamps that should be in the room. The one fixture needs a team to back it up. Most interior design experts will recommend layering light. Although your space might not need them all, there are three main components to layering light.

Ambient lighting  This is the general lighting in a room that helps provide a comfortable level of brightness to that you can see and walk safely. Having a central source of ambient lighting in all rooms is fundamental to a good lighting plan. Some examples of ambient lighting that are used throughout homes are chandeliers, ceiling and wall mounted fixtures, recessed or track lights, or even lanterns mounted outside your home.

Task lighting  You’ll see a lot of task lighting in well-lit kitchens and other work spaces. Under cabinet lighting, track lighting, and portable floor and desk lamps are good examples of task lighting. Task lighting is any lighting that helps your perform a specific task easier such as reading, grooming, preparing food, playing games, etc. Task lighting should be free of shadows and glare and be bright enough to prevent eye strain.

Accent lighting  This lighting adds drama to your room and creates visual interest. You can use accent lighting to highlight artwork, draw the eye to interesting architectural features or simply influence where visitors look around the room. To be most effective, accent lighting should shine three times brighter on the focal point than the general room light. Recesses lighting, track lighting or wall-mounted picture lights are all great example of accent lighting.

Posted in Selling Your Home
Feb. 16, 2018

Your Next Roof Inspection



When is it time to inspect your roof?  If your roof is between five and ten years old it should be inspected yearly, although it doesn't hurt to inspect it more often than that. After severe storms or high winds is a great time to take a quick look. Any roof older than ten years should be inspected quarterly, along with a professional inspection from a roofing contractor once a year.

It may seem like a lot of hassle, but a compromised roof can damage a lot of other things, too. Along with the insulation in your attic, the sheet rock in your ceiling, your attic-mounted furnace and even the lumber holding that roof over your head could be at risk. It’s a small investment of your time to ensure that your home remains safe and mold-free. Follow this checklist based on asphalt shingles as you go around your house, completing one whole side before moving to the next.

 What to look for from the ground:

Fascia  The Fascia is the band that is visible under the roofs edging. Check the fascia for signs of rot or water damage, including soft spots, green algae or places where the board is starting to come apart. If you notice that the fascia seems to be pulling off of your house, take a closer look for rot or damage before proceeding. This may call for expert help.  Before you use a ladder make sure that you utilize the binoculars to make sure that the fascia is intact and in good enough shape to lean the ladder up against it.

Soffit  The underside of an architectural structure such as an arch, balcony or overhanging eaves is referred to as the soffit. Your soffit keeps critters out and lets just enough air in for proper ventilation. If screens are torn or vents are blocked, this is a good time to clean them out. If you notice further damage it might be time to start searching for a replacement.

Gutters  Although they’re not really part of the roof, the gutters are a roof accessory. It is important to make sure your gutters are also looking good while you’re checking the roof. Sagging or signs of separation are signs that your gutters need further examination.

Drip Edge  In the space where your shingles stop and the open air begin, there’s a thin strip of metal called the drip edge. The drip edge moves water away from the shingles and away from the fascia. It is possible that you may not be able to see the drip edge from the ground if you have gutters, but if you can see it check to make sure that it is not bent, broken, or rusted.

Shingles  Aging and damage are typically very noticeable when it come to shingles. Shingles are more or less okay unless they’re torn off, curling up, missing grit or growing moss. If you have a lighter colored roof and notice black streaky stuff on your shingles there is no need to worry. This is a harmless algae that will grow on shingles that aren’t algae resistant especially if there is a tree hanging above your home.

Flashing  This is a material that is used over any joints in the roof. It is typically  aluminum or a galvanized steel. Metal flashing is used to protect against leaks around a chimney or even where your roof creates a valley. Check to make sure that it’s not rusted or oxidizing and that any tar looks like it’s still healthy, not dried out. Rust is rust colored, irregular and almost stone-like, oxidation is white and powdery.

Chimney  Since you have your binoculars out, go ahead and check any masonry chimneys you have. Just make sure all the chinking (the filling, if you will, between the bricks) is intact and the bricks are whole and where they should be. If any brick faces are breaking off or the chinking is crumbling, this is cause for concern and a call to a brick mason sooner rather than later.

Safety First  It is very important that everyone is safe while inspecting their roof. Walking around on the roof is very dangerous, even if you are a professional. Experienced roofers wear all different types of safety gear, but we recommend that you don’t set foot on the roof at all. You should need no more than a tall ladder and a pair of binoculars. If your fascia isn't intact try using a six foot step ladder instead. Remember when using a ladder you should always have someone there to help keep it stabilized or call for help if you were to fall.

On the Ladder Everything you check from the ground is checked again on the ladder, being on the ladder will just make it easier to see the details, to help you further inspect your roof and decide if a professional is needed.


We hope that these tips will help guide you through your next roof inspection.

Posted in Home Maintenance
Feb. 12, 2018

Exploring Your New Flooring Options

Your new home must be pretty great for you to have considered buying it, but there are always some things that need to go. Flooring is typically something you notice that’s alright but could definitely be upgraded. Whether it is your kitchen flooring or your bedroom carpet it is typically an easy fix, especially if you have the flooring replaced before you start moving in. Although getting the new flooring is easy, it's choosing the new floor can be tough.

No matter how long you’ve owned your house for, picking the flooring you’re going to have to live with for a while can be stressful. There are so many options available and within those, a huge array of materials, colors, and designs.

Carpet  The typical stand-by for living areas and bedrooms, wall-to-wall carpet has been a popular flooring choice for a century. When choosing your next carpet look for the best mid-grade carpet you can afford. It’s where value and durability meet. Make sure to get the right carpet pad as well, this will insure that you get the longest life possible out of them both. A few of the most popular places for carpet in your home are bedrooms, offices, and living rooms.

Tile  Today’s tile comes in a huge range of colors, shapes, sizes and materials, but it all shares one thing in common: it’s nearly indestructible when installed properly. The two different categories of tile are wall tile and floor tile. When choosing a tile make sure that you have kept in mind how uneven your floor is. Typically smaller tiles are more forgiving of uneven floors. When a tile doesn’t make full contact with the mortar bed, it will come loose, then others will follow. A few popular spaces for tile in your home are the high traffic areas such as kitchens, bathrooms, dining rooms, mudrooms and laundry rooms.

Wood Wood floors are timeless and sturdy, and these days, come in both solid wood and engineered formats. Solid wood floors give you a floor that’s completely seamless. Many people choose prefinished wood floors to make installation easier, but unfinished wood floors are still available. Engineered wood floors are made from layers of wood and plywood. Although they have the look of finished solid wood floors they are overall not as durable. Some of the most common places for wood flooring throughout the house are entryways, kitchens, living rooms, and dining rooms.


Laminate  Laminate flooring is a very durable, flexible and affordable hard surface for all sorts of homes and situations. Being very similar to engineered wood flooring, laminate flooring consists of several layers of materials. Unlike a wood floor, laminate floors are installed without glue or nails, which is why some people still refer to them as “floating floors.” Because the material is designed as tongue and groove boards, everything fits tightly as your jigsaw puzzle of a floor is constructed. When it’s done, all that’s required to hold it in place is properly installed trim. Laminate flooring is most common in many places throughout your home especially kitchens and bathrooms.

Posted in Buying a Home
Jan. 26, 2018

How Modern Technology Can Protect Your Home

As technology grows more and more rapidly many opportunities arise for us to protect our homes. Getting to work and wondering if you forgot to lock the door or not can be a bit nerve racking. Today’s technology allows you to be able to access the information you’re currently stuck wondering. Today’s technology allows us to find out whether or not our door is locked or is even capable of telling us who is at our door with a displayed image. There are several ways to protect your home electronically but here are a few ways we thought we would share with you!


Video Doorbells  A video doorbell has all of the functions as that of an old-fashioned doorbell would. Beyond those typical functions the video doorbell allows you to receive notifications through your smartphone rather than alarming the whole house when someone arrives at your door, which can be very convenient if you have small kids or even very anxious dogs. Video doorbells combine the concepts of doorbell, intercom, and security camera making it possible for you to have a two-way conversation with your visitor whether you're home or not.


Wireless Door Locks Wireless door locks allow you access to your lock from anywhere. With this feature you are granted access to lock or unlock your door from any smartphone or internet connected device. You can receive notifications when those with access enter your home to keep track of who is coming in and out. Wireless door locks allow for you to give certain people temporary access so that it is always convenient for you.


Posted in Home Maintenance
Jan. 23, 2018

Tips to Save Money Towards Your Next Home

From the moment you started thinking about buying a house, you knew you’d need to start saving. You need to be able to not only cover your closing costs but have the extra money available to you in case something unexpected occurs on you right away. Using any or all of these tricks to start your saving will lead you to collecting money all over the place. You will be moving towards buying your next home in no time.

Budgeting  You’ve probably read plenty about budgeting by now, and that’s awesome. If you haven’t, start by sitting down and planning how much money you can spend in different categories like rent, utilities, food, ect. Use this plan as a starting point to really look at your expenses, These costs will represent your relatively fixed costs while new cloths, hobbies, and dining out are costs you have more control over. These costs that you have control of are what can really make a difference in your long term budget. To budget your money try to reduce your spending by 10%. Do this by checking clearance racks or even ordering less expensive meals.Ten percent is a small amount that will add up in your savings account bit by bit.

Canceling Unused Subscriptions  It’s easy to forget about the money you're spending on subscriptions because that money automatically comes out of your account. Netflix, Hulu, or even Amazon Prime are typically not even given a second thought when it comes to paying the bills. The money you're spending on them just magically dissolves. Subscriptions can be a great place to start saving money and your budget can allow you to figure out how many you should keep or delete and trick yourself into saving money.

Get Apps for the Stores You Frequently Visit  Downloading the apps for frequently visited stores will often allow you access to their digital coupons. These coupons are simple and easy to use. Using digital coupons to help plan your shopping will help you stick to your grocery budget and possibly get you extra savings elsewhere.

As You Pay Things Off, Start Paying Yourself  The extra breathing room you have now that you’ve paid off your Credit card is great, but instead of spending that freed-up money on you every month, pay that money to your savings account instead. If you’re used to making that payment anyways it won't hurt to make it to your savings account every month instead up until you buy your new home.

Consider What You Spend Maintaining Your Hobbies Do your hobbies and belonging need their own budget? This is something to consider greatly because many hobbies and belongings require considerable upkeep. If you’re not really using them anymore or you’re not enjoying them like you used to, it may be time to part ways and start to save up that money. Turn those old hobbies into cash by selling them off, then send the money you’re now saving to your savings account.

Posted in Buying a Home