August 2019

Found 3 blog entries for August 2019.

A Thomas Dolan Architects 2007 warehouse conversion, The Willow Court Lofts fuses a dramatic live/work concept within a modern industrial setting that features all of today's residential amenities. This extra large tri-level loft offers a homeowner a myriad of living configurations and options. Enter the dramatic interior through a double-height exposed beam ceiling that seamlessly contrasts with the polished concrete radiant heated floors that stretch the entire length from the entrance and living area to the large open concept kitchen and dining area. Ideal for entertaining, a half bath completes the main living area and allows for complete autonomy from the upper levels. The 2nd mezzanine level offers a full bath alongside

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In our “bigger is better” culture, there’s an expectation that each home should be larger and grander than the last. But life changes like divorce, kids leaving for college, or even the simple act of growing older can prompt us to find a smaller home that better suits our shifting needs and lifestyle.

In fact, the advantages of downsizing are being increasingly recognized. A “tiny house movement” has gained passionate advocates who appreciate the benefits of living simply at any age and stage of life. Not only does a smaller home typically cost less, it also takes less time and effort to maintain. [1]

Whatever your reasons are for downsizing, the process can seem overwhelming. That’s why we’ve outlined five steps to guide you on your journey.

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How Much Do You Know About Down Payments? | MyKCM

Whether you’ve owned a home before, or you’re ready to jump into homeownership for the first time, there are always a lot of questions swirling around about what is truly required for a down payment, and how to best source down payment assistance. Let’s tackle these two today.

1. How much do you really need for a down payment?

There is a long-standing misconception about down payment requirements. A survey from Fannie Mae shows only 17% of consumers know the minimum options are actually between 1 – 5% of the purchase price and 40% don’t know how much they need at all.How Much Do You Know About Down Payments? | MyKCMThere are many mortgage loans available that require as little as 3% down for first-time buyers, and some ask for only 3.5% down from repeat buyers. There are even loans available

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