16 People You Need In Your Homeowner Network

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So you're finally a homeowner -- congratulations! This is an important step in anyone's life, and it's absolutely normal to feel somewhat (or wildly) unprepared for the realities of owning a place of your own....
Buying A House In Another State: A Guide

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There are plenty of good reasons why you might want to buy a house in a different state from your current location -- and thankfully, modern technology makes it possible to shop for a home and work...
11 Things To Do When Selling A Fixer-Upper

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In most markets, it's customary for sellers to work on their home until it's in top condition before listing it for sale. But sometimes sellers need to offload their home without making those cosmetic...
Buyers Want Move-in-Ready Homes

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After years of watching made-up “shows” on HGTV, everyone becomes a “Real Estate Expert”. Passing through a majorrecession and with all the information and misinformation that’s available online,...
9 Types Of Mortgage Loans To Consider

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If you've never bought a home before, the sheer number of mortgage loan options can be overwhelming. What's the difference between a conventional loan and a government loan, and should you go with an...
Buyers or Sellers Market?

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For several years available inventory levels in most markets have been dropping. Over the past year and a half, the number of available listings has been rising. While rising supply levels typically favor...
Open House Prep Guide: Get Ready In 19 Steps

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An open house can be an ideal way to introduce a bulk of buyers to the property you're hoping to sell them, and done right, an open house can sometimes generate multiple offers. The key, though, is "done...
Home Affordability is Steadily Decreasing

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While market conditions are generally shifting in a direction less favorable to sellers, the movement isn’t necessarily favoring buyers either. As prices, interest rates and property taxes continue to rise,...