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8/8/19 | Brent Cordell, Greater Nevada Insurance

5 Easy Ways to Save Money on Insurance

We need insurance for just about everything: Home or renters, car, life, business, pets and possibly a whole lot more. But without the proper research, you may not be fully protected or could be paying more than needed. Greater Nevada Insurance’s local agent walks through easy tips to review your coverage and find quick savings.

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9/26/17 | California / Nevada Credit Union League

IS HOMEOWNERSHIP YOUR AMERICAN DREAM?

CONSIDER THIS:  The “American Dream” once meant you grow up, get a job, and buy a home. These days, however, that version of the “American Dream” is no longer a universal idea—particularly the part about buying a home.
 
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6/19/17 | Bennett Queen

5 Tips to a Better Home Renovation

Greater Nevada Credit Union
Summertime is one of the most popular seasons for home buying, and according to the Nevada Business magazine, people remain optimistic about Nevada’s housing market. That’s good news for home owners and buyers alike, especially those looking to improve the value of their proper.
 
7/22/16 | Kristina Kraus

Is Owning a Tiny House Right for You?

Greater Nevada Credit Union
Traveling across the country is a dream for many, and a growing number of people are pursuing that dream through the tiny house movement. With shows on HGTV and other channels about tiny home lifestyles, the question came up: What are the pros and cons of living in a house that is 500 square feet or smaller?
1/09/15 | Kristina Kraus

The Trick to Buying Your Next Home

Greater Nevada Credit Union
Recently having moved to Northern Nevada and currently trying to sell my old house, I have begun my research on how to go about buying my next one. Plus, with the holiday hump over, the housing market will start to pick up soon with more options available, so I decided it would be good to have my ducks in a row.

There are several factors to consider when house shopping, but I have compiled the main ones to remember here:  
04/04/2014 | Kate Robinson

What is a First-Time Homebuyer Program and Is It Right for You?

Greater Nevada Credit Union
Making the leap from renter to homeowner is the experience of a lifetime. It runs the whole gamut of emotions from exciting (touring potential homes and decorating them in your mind) to exhausting (offers, counter-offers, escrows and  paperwork). Doing your homework ahead of time can make all the difference in your home buying experience, and it’s well worth the effort. If you’re about to start down that road, and this is your first time, there are plenty of resources to help guide you. Our Steps to Buying a Home blog, for instance, is a great place to start (and has a cool chart). Many  financial institutions also have programs in place designed to help first-time homebuyers overcome some of the obstacles they might face. There are also government programs created for the same purpose.