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8 Secrets to Buying a Home Out of State

Buying a home while you're out of state can be stressful. Typically, you won't have the luxury of being able to spend hours touring open houses, you can't pop by to see the neighborhood at midnight, etc. Keep reading for the step-by-step essential secrets to buying a new house out of state.
  1. Do your research—and then do some more
  2. Be picky when choosing a real estate agent
  3. Consider a relocation specialist
  4. Be wary of scammers
  5. Ask the 'stupid' questions
  6. Get a second opinion, if you can
  7. Try to make it to the inspection
  8. Don't sweat the closing

Buying a Vacation Home? Don't Forget This Crucial Step

Buying a vacation home is a fantasy for many, but it's also important not to forget about insurance. Lenders require insurance on all homes that have a mortgage, including a vacation home. The type of policy and amount of coverage you need depend on how your place will be used:
  • Vacation homes need separate homeowners policies
  • You'll need a different policy if you're renting out your vacation home
  • Vacation booking sites offer some insurance coverage
  • Get a landlord policy if renting out for the long-term
  • Adding an umbrella policy is a smart move
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Click here for the full November 2019 Reno/Sparks Market Report.
Events You Won't Want to Miss!
Decorative Arms: Now - February 16

The artistry of embellishing firearms is one of the most challenging of all artistic endeavors, with a rich history that reaches back to the Medieval and Renaissance eras. The design process involves collaboration among sculptors of steel and wood, goldsmiths, silversmiths and engravers.

These talented artisans create mythological, hunting and wildlife scenes that are framed and enhanced by ornamental designs on what have been described as “miniature canvases.” Don't miss this exhibit at the Nevada Museum of Art!
The Sheep Show: January 16 - 18

The Wild Sheep Foundation Convention and Sporting Expo better known as “Sheep Show™” is the premier outdoor and mountain hunting expo. More than 400 exhibits of the finest guides and outfitters from North America and around the globe plus top of the line retailers selling gear, guns, art, taxidermy, jewelry, furs and every other outdoor item you need. The Wild Sheep Foundation directs more than $4.3 million annually to wild sheep conservation and other mission programs. 
Brew Haha: January 25

Brew HaHa is a benefit for the Sierra Arts Foundations, featuring a large selection of micro and macro beer tasting plus live entertainment from The Garage Boys. There will be more than 100 beers featured. Admissions packages includes entry with appetizers, gourmet beer from local brewers and food pairing as well as a change to bid in silent auction prizes.


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