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wilsongalye
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Hi, I'm from Vermont recently retired from my services and I would like to buy a new with my retirement funds. When I approached my close friends and relatives regarding this issue they've advised me to go with "startinghome" but as you know buying a home is a big deal with money So I would like to have your valuable suggestions from your end.
Post Fri May 03, 2013 5:09 am
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coaster
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Your question is really broad and it's not clear what suggestions you want. Can you be more specific?

~Tim~
Post Fri May 03, 2013 3:49 pm
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Check the warranty. One of the biggest advantages of buying a new home is that the house or apartment is often covered by a warranty. This means the builders will fix any problems for free while the warranty is active. As with any high ticket item, what's covered by the warranty varies greatly between different builders. Make sure you read the warranty carefully so you know exactly what's covered. It goes without saying, but the longer the warranty lasts the better.
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