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October 2016

Found 2 blog entries for October 2016.

Step 1: Determining Your Needs

As with any home, the first and most critical part of the decision is determining what your needs and use of the lake will be.  What are your priorities and what appeals to you about waterfront living.

A few questions that you might want to ask yourself are:

What types of activities are you looking forward to on the lake?  All lakes have different privileges.

  1.     Boating and Watersports – You will need an all sports lake.  The ability to access the lake and ease of putting a dock in the water will be important.  Also the river depth and how weeded it is may be things to consider.
  2.     Fishing – You may even consider a no wake or no-motor lake.  For a greater variety of fish the depth of water may be
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Start planning now!

When you are thinking about buying a home, whether upgrading or making your first home purchase, there are a few things that remain constant that you should be thinking about far in advance of home shopping.  Taking some time to plan your finances, do your analysis of areas that you would like to live in, as well as really making your list of what is important to you in a home (and checking it twice) are things that will really help you to have confidence in your purchase. 

Buying Secret #5: Don’t Make any Big Money Moves

If you are thinking about buying a home in the next few months it’s a good idea not to make any big purchases or do anything that may affect your credit profile.  Lenders like to see a complete paper trail of

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