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In reaction to recently growing home sales, The Federal Savings Bank offers tips for individuals moving this summer.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 08, 2014
With home sales on the rise, moving activity is on the rise. The Federal Savings Bank wants to offer a few tips for saving money on moving. After providing a down payment for a low cost mortgage and paying closing costs, looking to minimize the money one spends on their move.
Home sales are on the rise in America. Both new home sales and existing home sales showed surges in May leading The Federal Savings Bank to believe that moving activity is seasonally growing, and will increase further. New home sales grew 18.5% in May while Existing home sales rose 4.93%. With all this new sales activity occurring is important to know how to re-locate.
Not only does relocating come with the stress of boxing, loading, moving and unloading belings, but one can spend a lot of money by the time all their belongings are piled into their new house. Although there are some headaches one can't control, such as late movers or poor weather, one can save money on their moving expenses.
Here are some tips to get everything to a new home while spending less:
For more information about how a low rate mortgage can further offset your home buying and moving expenses, contact the Federal Savings Bank, a veteran owned bank.
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