Maintenance Future Military Homeowners

  • 5 Simple Ways to Improve Your Home and the Environment

    5 Simple Ways to Improve Your Home and the Environment

    Even before you finance your dream home with a VA loan, you’re entitled to think about some of the changes you want to make around the house. Not every military homebuyer settles into a home that fulfills expectations down to the last detail. Whether it’s the landscape you plan to alter or the interior décor, here are some environmentally friendly things to do that also benefit you as a homeowner: Pl…

  • 6 To-Dos as Soon as You Move In

    6 To-Dos as Soon as You Move In

    The to-do list never seems to end. When you’re settling into a new home, dozens of things need to get done. For first-time military homebuyers, this list can look daunting even when it’s missing some tasks. There are a few important but easily forgotten tasks to get done as soon as you move into your new home. Make sure you add these to your list. Insecticide If the sellers haven't it done recently,…

  • 5 To-Dos Before You Renovate Your New Home

    5 To-Dos Before You Renovate Your New Home

    Sure, there can be some headache and hassle, but first-time homebuyers are often surprised to find that thrills come in bunches when purchasing a home. Veterans and service members financing a home with a VA loan experience these thrills, one of which is getting excited to make the home your own with one-of-a-kind renovations. Even when you find the house you always wanted, it’s likely you’ll want to ma…

  • When the House You Want to Buy Needs Some Love

    It’s the one. Or is it? When you find a house you love that’s in some disrepair, you feel torn. On the one hand, you could invest some money, time and energy in getting it fixed. Or you could keep shopping the market in hopes of finding the same house in mint condition. Look at these tips to assess what option is best for you. Follow your heart and buy this one. If you love the house and it’s not dilapidate…