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to heat in the winter? Be realistic about how much room


you need. If you plan on more children, you don’t want to squash your family into a two-bedroom house that you may need to sell in a couple of years. By the same token, if it’s just you and your spouse, do you really need several extra bedrooms? Again, don’t let emotion overrule practicality.


COST Many people are surprised to find that a lender will lend them substantially more money than they thought they qualified for. But just because you can borrow a lot of money doesn’t mean you should. Don’t forget that in addition to your house payment, you have to cover repairs, maintenance, landscaping, and all the typical monthly household bills. You don’t want to be stretched so thin that a typical home repair (like replacing a broken water heater) puts you into debt that you really can’t afford. One rule of thumb is that no more than 30% of your monthly pretax income should go toward your house payment and no more than 36% of your monthly pretax income should go toward overall debt.


UPKEEP It’s easy to fall in love with an older home that has fallen into disrepair, figuring you’ll fix it up and increase its value. Keep in mind, however, that with high-maintenance homes, you’ll be spending a lot of your free time


$759,000


ABSOLUTELY STUNNING HOME on 10 level acres and city water with unparalleled territorial views. A truly wonderful home in a gated community! Amazing open


floor plan with exceptional kitchen. Spacious main floor master with private deck and two walk in closets. Enjoy views from literally every room. Entertain from the downstairs bar/ kitchen or from either of the two covered decks. Custom lighting and sound throughout. Wine Cellar. 3 Car garage and room to build your shop. You must see this home!


AMAZING SOUTH HILL BRICK RANCHER. Fantastic upgrades including brand new kitchen, incredible bath includes double sinks, walk-in shower and jetted tub! Totally refinished wood floors, new tiles fireplace, private back yard, and low traffic street. Complete with awesome retro bar in basement! Super clean home with all the comfort of new. Laundry plumbed for main floor and basement. Steps to Luna and Manito Country Club!


$241,000 Shaun Flanigan, Branch Manager


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