Danielle Minus's Blog Posts

Looking For Your Dream Home Know What You Want Vs What You Need

In this day and age of being able to shop for anything anywhere, it is really important to know what you’re looking for when you start your home search.If you’ve been thinking about buying a

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Happily Ever Homeowner

Married couples once again dominated the first-time homebuyer statistics last year at 66% of all buyers, according to the most recent Profile of Home Buyers & Sellers. It is no surprise

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Inventory Drops Again Sales Slow

Keeping Current Matters.” Member Area, www.mykcm.com/2017/08/03/millennial-homeownership-rate/.

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Millennial Homeownership Rate Increases

Recent headlines exclaimed the homeownership rate, as reported by the Census Bureau, rose again in the second quarter of 2017. What didn’t get much attention in the reports is that the

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The Cost Of Renting Versus Buying

"Keeping Current Matters." Member Area. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 June.

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2 Myths Holding Back Home Buyers

Myth #1: “I Need a 20% Down Payment”Buyers overestimate the down payment funds needed to qualify for a home loan. According to the First Quarter 2017 Homeownership Program Index (HPI)

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What You Need To Know About Qualifying For A Mortgage

Many buyers are purchasing a home with a down payment as little as 3%. You may already qualify for a loan, even if you don't have perfect credit. Take advantage of the knowledge of your

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Hows The Real Estate Market Find Out What The Experts Are Saying

As we start the summer season, it is a great time to report how the 2017 real estate market is doing so far. Here is what the experts are saying:Doug Duncan, Fannie Mae Chief Economist

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The War On Kitchen Storage

As a way to modernize your kitchen consider removing the outdated top cabinets and replace them with open shelves.  This will give your kitchen a more open and airy feel.  I mean

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Medina Lake Is 100 Percent Full Again

Due to the recent rains in the area our beloved Medina lake is at 100% capacity after 10 years of being nearly dried up.  There were several factors that played into the lake drying up over the

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