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  • Finding the Perfect Roommate

    If you’re young, single and interested in owning your own home, the thought can be very daunting. Homeownership can be a difficult pursuit for couples and families…but for singles, it can be even more complex. You don’t have the benefit of two salaries to cover expenses, and your down payment might not be as high...
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  • How to Save for Your First Home

    If you’re renting an apartment or living with your parents to save for a house, time may seem to be ticking painfully slowly until you’re ready to take that first step of moving into your very own home. But there are lots of little steps along the way you can take to, hopefully, speed up the process. 1. ...
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  • Five Simple Ways to Save Money for Your First House

    A home will likely be one of – if not the – most expensive purchases you ever make. And for many, assembling the appropriate funds can be difficult. But over time, and if done correctly, you can easily put away enough money for that all-important down payment. Consider these easy ideas for saving money, so the...
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  • How to Let Your Travel Adventures Inspire Your Home Décor

    The riches and experiences of traveling can often be recreated in your home invoking memories of past journeys. Special items picked up along the way can be incorporated subtly into everyday use and décor with a little thought and careful placement. Following are some ways to show off the memories and souvenirs...
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  • Clever Ways to Save Down Payment Money for a Brandywine Home

    Scraping together enough money for the down payment on a home can be a challenge. And even if you do have the funds, having extra cash on hand can help with unexpected costs. The following are some of our favorite ways here at Brandywine Homes to help you and your family save for down payment money. Week-Number...
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  • Be Thankful For Your Beautiful New Home This Holiday Season

    Thanksgiving is coming up fast. Will you be home? Will you make a turkey? Will you invite friends and family over to celebrate? Will you be untraditional and have it catered? Or make a butternut squash lasagna with a pear and gorgonzola salad and garlic bread? Whatever your plans this year, don’t stress about it!...
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  • Student Loan Strategies To Consider Before Buying a Home

    About 70 percent of college students who graduated in 2016 had an average of $37,172 in student loans, according to US New and World Report. And more than half of millennial graduates don’t have a clue as when their student loans will be paid off. If you’re a member of this group, this loan can appear as a black...
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  • Tips for Moving with Older Adults to a Brandywine Home

     Many older adults embrace the changes that mark the different stages of life. This can include moving in with younger family members or downsizing to one of our convenient Brandywine Homes. We're diplomatically not assigning an age to an “older adult,” but perhaps you have one or more in your family or are part...
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  • Turn Your Dream Bedroom into a Reality with These Four Simple Decorating Tips

    Your bedroom is your oasis. It's the one room in the house that's only yours. When guests come over they wander through the kitchen, dining room, and living rooms, but most of them avoid your bedroom. It's your sanctuary. As such, you should decorate it in a way that creates a haven for you, a beautiful place for...
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  • Brandywine Homes Offers Five Tips for Preparing Financially for Your Home Purchase

    Whether you are looking to purchase a home right away or you will not be ready to buy one for several years, now is the time to start preparing your finances. Consider these five tips: Build Strong Credit Your credit score will affect your mortgage rate. A low score will make it hard and sometimes impossible to buy a...
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  • Avoid Old House Problems With a New Brandywine Home

    As a first-time home buyer or someone looking for better property, you’re also considering older homes. Many have traditional charm, bigger yards, full-grown trees, and well-established neighborhoods. They may also save you money over newer Brandywine Homes. That is, if you’re willing to deal with time and expense...
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  • 7 Ideas for the Ultimate Housewarming Party at Your New Brandywine Home

    When you move to a new Brandywine Home, it’s a good idea to take some time out for celebration. You’ve just made a life-altering decision for yourself and your family. What better way to celebrate it than by throwing a housewarming party? This is a good way to get to know your neighbors and to get together with...
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