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Homeward Bound: Bargain Hunting Basics For Buying A Home

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By Mia Bolaris-Forget

It’s everyone’s dream to own their own home, and preferably the home of their dreams; at an asking price that’s not a nightmare. Still, even a bargain-hunter’s delight may come at a price, often an invisible but hefty price to be paid well after closing. Experts suggest that if a home seems to be priced at a price that’s “too good to be true”, there’s a good reason for it. And, that the buyer needs to investigate the neighborhood.

Can’t afford a private Investigator and don’t have time to conduct the fancy footwork on your own? It’s no surprise you’re not alone. But, you can still get the (latest) scoop by scooping out the neighbourhood online. It’s the latest and greatest in online gossip and chat and it's taking the homebuyers market by storm. In fact, experts suggest that savvy homebuyers log onto Zillow.com before buying into a community or home. Banter among bloggers gives buyers a heads up on the real deal behind the deal you seem to be getting. In fact, one broker admitted to dropping the price of a home by $400,000 based on some very revealing online information.

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