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The 5 Main Reasons Not To Wait Until Spring To Sell Your House

Wednesday Dec 12th, 2018

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Don’t buy into the myth … that no business happens during the holidays. The holidays are a time of clear separation…separation between the serious buyers, and those who feel they have the time to wait. Many sellers believe that spring is the best time to place their homes on the market because buyer demand traditionally increases at that time of year, but what they don’t realize is that if every homeowner believes the same thing, then that is when they will have the... [read more]

Dear Home Buyer, It's Not Monopoly Money

Monday May 28th, 2018

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People get hung up on all kinds of things during a real estate transaction. Preconceived notions of good and bad often blind people from the bigger picture, and emotion almost always runs amok. One of the things people get hung up on are seller paid closing cost.  Many buyers mistakenly think the seller must pay their closing cost. This is simply not true. Paying the buyer’s closing cost is the buyer's responsibility. However, your real estate agent may be able to negotiate... [read more]

The Home Buyer's Guide to Getting Mortgage Ready

Sunday Mar 18th, 2018

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According to a recent study by the National Association of Realtors, one of the top limiting factors preventing buyers from closing on a home is difficulty in obtaining mortgage financing.   Whether you plan to buy a house in the next few months or years, it’s never too early to start preparing financially for your next home purchase.   Even if you have no plans to move, it’s always a good idea to be prepared. You never know what surprises life has in... [read more]

Getting Preapproved Won't Hurt Your Credit Score

Thursday Dec 21st, 2017

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Most real estate experts would agree the first thing you should do when thinking of purchasing a home is to get pre-approved. Getting pre-approved and/or shopping for a home loan means getting your credit pulled. There’s no way around it. Your credit is pulled when you submit a rental application, buy a car, get a cell phone, or open a bank account. But I’m amazed by the number of people who don’t want their credit pulled when thinking of buying a home. Are you kidding... [read more]

Tis The Season For Spending : A Holiday Savings Account Can Help

Wednesday Dec 20th, 2017

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Tis the season of giving, which often means it is also the season of spending.   The season of spending where retail companies win and personal bank accounts lose. The holidays are fueled with emotions, and when high emotions and money meet, people tend to overspend without having a real plan in place.   Since we’re  just a few short weeks from the Christmas holiday. It’s a little late for this advice, but not too late to implement it for next... [read more]

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