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Personal financial in your twenties comes with a steep learning curve. One minute you’re studying for your finals and the next you’re expected to suddenly know about APR financing, 401(K)s, and fixed-rate mortgages.

If you’re in your twenties and are facing these new challenges, you’re probably equal parts terrified and excited […]

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Ready to kick off your search for the perfect house? You may need to find an expert real estate agent first. By doing so, you can streamline the homebuying process and discover a house that meets or exceeds your expectations.

However, selecting a real estate agent can be tricky, especially for first-time homebuyers. […]

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Autumn represents a season unlike any other, and for good reason. Fall brings about the transition from summer to winter, and as such, provides cooler temperatures and shorter days. Furthermore, autumn represents an ideal time for homebuyers to browse the real estate market and find the perfect residence.

Ultimately, there are many reasons […]

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Finding your dream home can be an uphill climb, one that may prove to be both costly and time-consuming. Fortunately, real estate agents are available that can help you discover your ideal residence without delay.

There are many great reasons for a homebuyer to work with a real estate agent, including:

1. Industry Insights

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You’ve found your dream home – at least, you initially thought you discovered your ideal house. But following the home inspection, you’re starting to have second thoughts about whether you want to purchase a particular residence.

A home inspection is a valuable opportunity for a homebuyer. It enables a buyer to receive expert […]

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Do you enjoy the hustle and bustle of the big city? If so, you’re sure to enjoy a city home.

Ultimately, there are many reasons to consider purchasing a home in a big city, including:

1. You can enjoy quick, easy access to public transportation.

Let’s face it – owning a car sometimes […]

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Buyers May Lose Out

On October 9, 2016 By

According to Lawrence Yun, the National Association of Realtor’s chief economist, the spring housing market is starting off strong. “If activity is sustained near present levels, existing-home sales will see their best performance in five years. The NAR expects sales to rise between 7% and 10% in 2012.

What does that mean? Strong demand has […]

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You may think buying a short sale is a good deal and many times it can be a good option. Short sales can also be fraught with complications and often can easily fall apart. Here is a list of things to be aware of so your short sale doesn’t become a long shot.

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Get Off the Fence

On January 3, 2016 By

Whether you are a buyer or a seller it is time to get off the fence. Despite years of bad news surrounding the real estate market, the time has come when it is both a good time to be a buyer and a seller.

Why Buy?

Here are just a few reasons why you […]

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Buying a home can be a scary and confusing process. It is easy to get confused by all of the homes, locations, and what is truly important to you when buying a home.

First you will want to determine what you can afford. To do that you will want to get preapproved. That means a […]

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