5 Things To Ignore When Buying A Home

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When you’re ready to buy a home, there are key features you have in mind.  These may include the number of bedrooms, location, schools, and much more.  But, there are also a few things you should ignore.  It sounds odd, but we’ve compiled a list of the 5 things we recommend you overlook, while you’re… More

How Much Is Your Home Worth?

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When you decide to sell your house, one of the biggest decisions you’ll need to make is determining how much your home is worth and the list price.  In this article, we will discuss the 7 things you should never use to determine your list price. The first 30 days your home is on the… More

Where will you live when you retire?

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When we begin to approach retirement age, we start thinking about where we will live once we have retired.  Will you stay in your current home?  Will you downsize?  Will you consider living in an active adult or retirement community?  This guide will help you focus on some of the most important considerations. Location In… More

Selling A House With A Drawback

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Every house has its strengths and drawbacks.  When you’re ready to put your house on the market, make sure you understand your buyer demographic and market conditions.  These factors will determine the best way to sell a house with a drawback. When you are getting ready to sell your house, you may have done the… More

Buying a Foreclosure or Short Sale?

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Short sales and foreclosures can be great opportunities for fixer-uppers, investments, or even a move-up buyer but there are many unique situations that occur with these types of properties.  In this article, we will discuss what you need to know before you buy a distressed property. Foreclosures In most foreclosure properties, you are buying a… More

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