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During the COVID-19 pandemic, some national parks and recreation sites have altered their operating hours, fee collection and pass sales, visitor services, and facility operations to protect visitors and staff. Before you visit, please check with the national park or recreation site to be sure that it is open and to learn about the current status of fee collection and pass availability and any restrictions on services or activities.




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Down payment: Buying a home with no money down is possible, but most homeowners need to have some cash for a down payment. A down payment is the first major payment you make on your loan at closing.


Conventional loans are mortgages made by a private lender and not backed by the government. The most common type of conventional loan are loans that are backed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac, sometimes called conforming loans. The majority of mortgages in the U.S. are conventional loans. Conventional loans are always a popular option for home buyers, and you can get one with as little as 3% down.


To get preapproved, you need to apply with your lender. The preapproval process typically involves answering some questions about your income, your assets and the home you want to buy. It will also involve a credit check.


100% of your hunting and fishing license fees go to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for on-the-ground conservation efforts that help make Texas one of the best places in the country to hunt and fish. Fish stocking, wildlife management, habitat restoration, land conservation, and Texas Game Wardens are just some of the initiatives funded in part by your license fees. Thank you for your support of outdoor recreation and conservation.


Telephone orders: Telephone orders are not sent a receipt via email. Visitors are encouraged to purchase admission stickers online or at individual properties via self-registration stations, electronic sales kiosks or drive-up window service if they are planning a visit to a state park property within 30 days from the date of purchase. For any questions about your telephone purchase, please contact the property from where you ordered your stickers/passes.


The vehicle admission sticker rule applies to motorcycles. If your motorcycle does not have an adequate windshield or the sticker may damage the windshield, fasten the sticker in one of these places: on the front fork; behind the license plate; or under the seat. In some cases, a ranger may not see the sticker and issue you notice. If this happens, return to the park or forest office to show your sticker and void the notice.


Bankrate.com is an independent, advertising-supported publisher and comparison service. We are compensated in exchange for placement of sponsored products and, services, or by you clicking on certain links posted on our site. Therefore, this compensation may impact how, where and in what order products appear within listing categories, except where prohibited by law for our mortgage, home equity and other home lending products. Other factors, such as our own proprietary website rules and whether a product is offered in your area or at your self-selected credit score range can also impact how and where products appear on this site. While we strive to provide a wide range offers, Bankrate does not include information about every financial or credit product or service.


Risks: ETFs give you exposure to the price of gold, so if it rises or falls, the fund should perform similarly, again minus the cost of the fund itself. Like stocks, gold can be volatile sometimes, but these ETFs allow you to avoid the biggest risks of owning the physical commodity: protecting your gold and obtaining full value for your holdings.


Your online brokerage of choice might also ask if you want to open a margin account. With a margin account, the brokerage lends you money to buy stock. This lets experienced investors buy more shares of stock with less of their own money in exchange for some additional costs and much more risk.


To determine how much you can spend on a home, take a close look at your budget. Review your bank statements and spending habits for the last couple of months to figure out how much you are spending on everything from cellphone bills to streaming services to your weekly restaurant takeout. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau offers a spending tracker that can help you figure out where your money is going each month.


Digital lending platforms like Better.com, Rocket Mortgage and LendingTree are growing rapidly in popularity, and for good reason: They not only allow potential buyers to apply for loans from home and on their own schedules, but also have the potential to remove biases from the loan industry. But applicants with spotty employment history, credit issues or those relying on a gift for their down payments might run into issues online, where their applications could trigger a more thorough inspection. In these cases, working with a traditional human lender might provide a smoother experience.


Understand that making an offer on a home is sometimes the start of a psychological game. You likely want to get the home for as little as you can without losing the house outright. The seller wants to maximize the selling price of the home without scaring you away. Where should you start with your first offer? Conventional wisdom says to begin at 5 percent below the asking price, but market conditions will largely determine how much wiggle room you have. The more competitive the market, the more likely you are to face multiple bidders. In a soft market, where listings have been sitting unsold, you will have more negotiating power. In a rising market, prime listings will command the full asking price or more, and sometimes offering just a few thousand dollars above listing price can help your offer stand out. Either way, keep your budget in mind when you make your first offer and set a cap of how high you are truly willing to go.


In a highly competitive market, where attractive listings are scarce, you can forget about getting a deal. While the highest offer often wins out, being the first to make a solid offer can give you an edge in a bidding war.


Appraisal fees, which are typically paid by the buyer, vary widely depending on the scope of the work and the size of the home. (On average, a single-family home appraisal costs around $400, according to HomeAdvisor.com, but some can cost more than $1,000.)


Our ambition is for all stores to participate in Buy Back & Resale one day. However, if your store is not included to participate in this service, this may be due to certain local/county/state laws that place restrictions on all businesses. Our US Legal and Public Affairs teams will continue to address the stores where we cannot yet operate, and we will update you as soon as anything officially changes. We are working through the process for the following stores:


There are times where we cannot buy back your product because we cannot resell it. You may take the product back home with you. Or if you choose not to participate in the Buy Back & Resell program and do not want to return it to your home, IKEA may recycle or dispose of it according to our zero waste-to-landfill policy.


You can use the Store Credit for any purchase within any IKEA store or online in the US. Store credit does not expire, so you can save it up to purchase something you love. Unfortunately, we cannot replace the store credit if you lose it so hold it safe. 041b061a72


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