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How to Buy Your First Home

By HomeSwing on December 09,2019

Buying your first home is an adventure unlike any other. Exciting in parts, scary in others, it is not just a landmark moment, but opens the door to a new way of living. The thing is, it doesn’t have to be scary at all, once you know what’s coming, you can prepare properly and take it all in your stride. This is good for your nerves, but also allows you to enjoy the adventure more, because that first home really is something to savor. Here are 7 tips for making sure you are ready for that first purchase, take them in and know that you can handle anything that comes your way.

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Selling Your First Home

By HomeSwing on December 08,2019

One thing that is only obvious once you have done it, is that the process of selling a home is very different to that of buying one. For anyone faced with selling their first home, whether that to find something bigger for a growing family, or just to move to a different area for work, that difference in process can be a shock. It can also lead to difficult challenges that could be avoided with more knowledge and preparation. In this guide, we give you the information to help make your first sale a hassle-free experience.

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Becoming a Productive Homebuyer

By HomeSwing on December 07,2019

In a competitive housing market, finding your dream home means taking control. If you’re not a productive homebuyer, you could be missing out on the ideal home, so what are you waiting for? Being a productive homebuyer means being in control, taking opportunities in the market to get the best deal possible. To be a productive homebuyer you need to understand the intricacies of the real estate market, not just the information an agent tells you. Doing this puts you in a better position than others to get the best price for that dream home. The thing is, it’s not difficult, you can be a productive homebuyer too, just follow these three simple tips and get ahead of the pack to grab the perfect home at an affordable price.

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Creating Your Outdoor Living Area

By HomeSwing on December 06,2019

When creating your outdoor living area try to mimic the look of your dream vacation spot. Set the scene for relaxation by styling your outdoor living area with design details that remind you of being on holiday. No matter your budget, there are plenty of ways to make an outdoor space pretty, practical and even more enjoyable. Here are some of our favorites.

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Moaning Caverns, Have you been there?

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Moaning Caverns is home to the largest single cave chamber in California. The massive room reaches over 180 feet before funneling into smaller passageways. With a 20-30 foot thick ceiling, the open area inside the chamber is, in fact, tall enough to hold the Statue of Liberty (pedestal excluded). There is only one natural entrance into the chamber in the form of a 30-foot vertical chimney dropping into the center of the room. This does make commercial entry a little difficult so dynamite was used in the mid 1800s to expand a natural crack in the ground wide enough for stairs to be built down. The narrow wooden staircase ends at a flat platform 65 feet underground. From there, a ten story spiral staircase leads down to a second platform at the base of the chamber.

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