For most of us, buying a home is the single biggest spend we’ll ever make. Buying a house costs a lot of money but do you know how much the house you’re buying really costs?
In this episode, Danetha Doe shares some of the costs that come with homeownership that you’re probably not aware of until you’ve signed on the dotted line.
Danetha is a writer and financial wellness educator for Clever. Clever’s expert advice, reviews of service providers, and data-driven research help more than 12 million readers make smarter real estate decisions each year.
Danetha is also the creator of Money & Mimosas, a wealth education company for folks that move to the beat of their own drum.
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