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The "Don’t Do This" List for Home Sellers

There are lots of lists of things that you should do in order to sell your house. That’s great, but you don't usually hear about the stuff that you shouldn’t do. Here’s a short list of things not to do … Continue reading

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Welcome to America - The First-Time Homebuyers’ Guide for Immigrants

Welcome to America, we’re glad you’re here. It’s part of the American identity to own your own home. And it’s not hard to do, but there are some things that you’ll need to do before you can move in. There … Continue reading

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The Sellers Checklist - 7 Things To Do Before You List Your House

There are lots of sellers’ lists in the world telling you what you can or should do before you list your house. Many times these ideas are expensive and a lot of work. Here’s our list of easy things you … Continue reading

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The Seller’s Real Property Disclosure: Nothing to Fear

Many sellers dread the Seller’s Real Property Disclosure (SRPD). It can seem like you're just opening a can of worms on yourself. The reality is that this is your chance to make sure that the buyer knows everything about the … Continue reading

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What Will My House Closing Be Like?

The closing is the day everything is signed by both seller and buyer, and is sent to the county Recorder's Office. Often times a seller will sign the documents prior to the closing day itself. Buyers most often sign their … Continue reading

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FHA Loans - The Better Way To Buy A House

Lots of homebuyers are confused by all the terminology and different types of mortgages that are out there. Jumbo loans, Fannie Mae, FHA, VA loans, adjustable and fixed-rate loans. It all seem very overwhelming. In this brief article, we're going … Continue reading

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Understanding A Home Inspection

Ah, the dreaded home inspection. The seller hates it because it might reveal deal-breaker flaws in the home. The buyer hates it because it seems like an unnecessary expense or, at least, an inconvenience that the seller should take care … Continue reading

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Millennials Aren't Buying Homes Like Previous Generations

The millennial generation is huge and unique, very different from their parents and grandparents. One trend is making real estate professionals scratch their heads and worry a little: millennials aren't buying houses as fast as their parents did at their … Continue reading

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Are We Normal Yet (In Real Estate)?

The housing market is still affected by the crash of 2007. In the eleven years since then, the world of real estate has changed. Lenders are more cautious. Builders aren't willing to put up hundreds of houses without buyers. Consumers, … Continue reading

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Coming Over the Top: The Housing Inventory Change

The housing crunch has turned a corner in the last few months. In September 2018, Realtor.com reported that inventories for homes are leveling out. For last few years, demand has significantly outstripped inventories. This meant that home prices have been … Continue reading

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