Kiplinger's buying and selling a home
Kiplinger Books, Jun 1, 1995 - 448 pages
Considered a classic in its field, this comprehensive book guides buyers through the array of financing choices, including fixed-rate and adjustable mortgages, FHA or VA loans and creative financing arrangements, and shows sellers how to improve property, screen buyers and set the right price. Readers will also learn how to take advantage of home equity to relieve financial concerns from remodeling expenses to college tuition.
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To Buy or Not to Buy
Assessing Your Resources
Home Sweet Tax Shelter
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