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Columbia SC Real Estate Agent New Home Buyer Site Launched By Adrian La Fosse

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[caption id="attachment_5536" align="alignleft" width="300"] Adrian with clients after closing on their new home in West Columbia, SC[/caption] Columbia, SC real estate agent Adrian La Fosse is celebrating his 14th anniversary representing new home buyers with a newly updated site. The Columbia New Home Buyer Team Adrian founded prides itself on helping home buyers, giving them representation throughout, and making the process easier. Columbia, SC real estate agent Adrian La Fosse…

Columbia SC New Home Buyer Service Celebrates 14th Anniversary

  • Posted by: Adrian La Fosse
  • Category: Blog
[caption id="attachment_5534" align="alignleft" width="300"] Team Leader Adrian La Fosse with clients after closing on their new home[/caption] A Columbia, SC new home buying company has celebrated its 14th anniversary. The Columbia New Home Buyer Team prides itself on helping people to get the best deal for their needs and save them headaches along with money. The Columbia New Home Buyer Team has celebrated its 14th anniversary in representing buyers of…

DIY that unfinished basement

  • Posted by: Adrian La Fosse
  • Category: Blog
Even if you aren’t considering selling your home in the near future, a finished basement offers more living space – something most homeowners dream about. If you are considering selling, you’ll recoup 70 percent of the cost of the remodel, according to Remodeling Magazine’s 2017 Cost vs. Value Report. Furthermore, keeping your basement-finish budget to no more than 10 percent of your home’s appraised value makes it a smart investment,…

3 ways an HOA can derail your home purchase

  • Posted by: Adrian La Fosse
  • Category: Blog
The United States is home to more than 350,000 homeowner associations (HOA). This represents more than half of all owner-occupied homes in the country, according to HOA-USA. This means that the chances are good that the home you will fall in love with will be in a managed community (governed by an HOA). While not all HOAs are the evil, dictatorial entities we hear about in the media, their involvement…

Yes, you can: A millennial’s guide to buying a home

  • Posted by: Adrian La Fosse
  • Category: Uncategorized
That moment when you just can’t stand writing one more check to your landlord so that he can pay his mortgage payment. That is the moment you are emotionally ready to buy your own home, at least according to investment experts. We’d like to extend that list of moments to include the longing to get the kids a dog, drooling over the weird paint color you’d love to use to…

Is it time for a closet makeover?

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If you’re digging through sweatshirts and turtlenecks to reach your tank tops and shorts, it’s time for a closet makeover. It’s like eating an elephant The job is much easier, especially for those of us who tend to procrastinate, by taking one bite at a time. Schedule an hour every week to put a dent in the mess that you call a closet and, before you know it, the job…

The down payment isn’t the whole enchilada – here’s how much cash you’ll need to buy a house

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The real estate industry has done a bang-up job on letting consumers know they’ll need some cash when they purchase a home. Typically, it’s the down payment that’s mentioned. Seldom are closing costs brought up so they end up a major surprise for homebuyers. Between the two of those huge chunks of money are other cash outlays you’ll need to consider. Earnest Money Deposit You found the home you want to…

Building a home? Go green and ensure its future value

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In all the excitement of choosing your lot, your appliance package and all the other extras that go into buying a new home, something important may fall through the cracks: your new home’s future resale value. Sure, it seems a bit early to be thinking of selling when you haven’t even moved into the home, but you should be thinking about just that. Someday you will sell this home. If…

What the rich and famous look for in a home

  • Posted by: Adrian La Fosse
  • Category: Blog
Across the country, inventories of available homes are suppressed and buyers in most price ranges are meeting stiff competition for homes that are in decent condition and priced right. As we climb the price range, however, the pace slows down and buyers can be more relaxed and pickier. Ah, what life must be like when money is no object. What do the rich and famous seek in a new home?…

3 questions you absolutely, positively must run by your real estate agent

  • Posted by: Adrian La Fosse
  • Category: Blog
  Caution: Taking action on a whim, without consulting your real estate agent, may be hazardous to your real estate transaction and, thus, your pocketbook. All questions, no matter how difficult to ask, or how small they may seem, should be run by your agent. Let’s take a look at three common scenarios and show you why you need your agent’s counsel. “We found a brand new house at Delusional…