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  • 5 Things Sellers Do That Drive Real Estate Agents Nuts

    Ideally, the seller-agent relationship should remain strong and positive throughout the process. But sellers can sometimes get in the real estate agent’s way, and in doing so, diminish their chances for a successful sale at the best price and in the…

  • Why Being Pre-Approved For A Loan Matters

    Today, a buyer needs to speak to the bank and get approved prior to shopping and definitely before making an offer on a home. Not being pre-approved today won’t get you past the front door. Here’s why:

  • Best Times To Buy, Sell Or List A Home

    A common question from a buyer or seller is: what is the best time to buy or sell a home? In the clothing world, it makes sense to get the best “deal” on winter clothes at the end of winter and that you will likely will pay top dollar for a swimsuit…

  • Let’s Bust 3 Common Home Buying Myths

    If you are a first-time home buyer, friends and family members may be quick to give advice about the home-purchasing process. As a result, there could be several home buying myths that may have found refuge in the back of your mind. Unfortunately,…

  • How To Fight High Property Taxes

    Still, understanding the process is your first step toward knowing whether or not you’re paying too much in property taxes. Start by visiting your local assessor’s office to find out how they assess properties. Ask how you might go about appealing…

  • So, You Think You Want To Go FSBO?

    Selling your home isn’t like selling a used car or a flat-screen TV online. It’s just not that cut-and-dried. It’s likely a place where you’ve made memories and have some serious emotional attachments. The sale of a home generally comes at a time of…

  • 5 Myths And 5 Truths About Selling Your Home

    That’s why one of the most important things you can do to update your home is to apply a fresh coat of neutral paint. Neutral colors also help a property standout in online photographs – which is where most potential buyers will get their first…

  • Why Short Sales Take So Long

    When buyers hear the term “short sale,” they typically think about distressed sellers and good deals — especially in markets where prices have ticked upwards. But the word “sale” can be misleading. In fact, many real estate agents have renamed…

  • Construction Costs: Learn The Basics

    Many things affect the cost of building a typical house, but there are three big ones: size, complexity and the level of finish. The effect of house size on construction cost is obvious; bigger houses cost more. But it’s not quite that simple.

  • How To Get Financing For Rental Properties

    These days, many people hear in the news that it’s a good time to buy rental property and so they’ve decided that they would like to get started in the property rental business, (a.k.a. being a landlord).

  • Who Pays Closing Costs?

    In a closing, both buyers and sellers have costs. Usually, the buyer is faced with more line-item expenses than the seller. For starters, most buyers are getting loans to make the purchase; many of the charges stem from the loan.

  • Rules Of Thumb For Estimating Apartment Utility Costs

    Utilities are a hidden cost: You know you’ll need to plan for them, but when you’re looking for an apartment, they’re not at the top of your mind. So, before you sign that lease, make sure you can pay all your rental expenses, not just rent. It…

  • Homes To Dream About In 2014

    You don’t have to be in the market for a new home to start compiling your ultimate real estate wish list. Perhaps you’re dreaming about a water slide or home theater. Or maybe an indoor basketball court is calling your name. For some dream house…

  • Alex Rodriguez Selling Condo 6 Months After Buying

    It’s up for debate as to why A-Rod is selling his home. Although he renovated the condo, hiring “world-renowned Briggs Edward Solomon,” he’s listed it for $3.2 million — only $1 million more than what he paid for the place. With broker fees, taxes…

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