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Some Places Age Better Than Others – Here’s What To Look For

Built At The Same Time And Crumbling Together When you are house hunting and you are looking for any bit of information that will indicate of a good investment opportunity take a cruise around the neighborhood you are considering and just look at the condition. Before you lay out cash for reports and guides to an area […]

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How Much Do I Pay Out Of Pocket For That Home Loan?

Mortgage Fees A Go-Go When you are buying a home and using finance, as most people do, there is a whole host of fees at closing that you will have to pay out of pocket. Which is to say, the amount of cash at closing you have to contribute. Financing Brings Flexibility To Closing Although there […]

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Cloudy Days, Cloudy Titles And The Stormy Weather They Bring

What Could Possible Go Wrong In Real Estate? There is an unspoken fear in the back of the mind of every owner, seller and buyer of real estate in the U.S.A. That fear is best expressed as the good old question that catches all risks and has too often been the famous last words of […]

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Does It Pay To Hold Off And Rent For Now?

Finding Better Quality Questions For the potential first time buyer there is always the pressure of making a committed decision to buy a home or not: Would it pay to hold off on buying and rent? This has an obvious short answer: It depends on your situation and the local housing market. As a statement […]

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Why Are New Homes So Big?

A Tale Of Two Markets If you have your heart set on purchasing a home that is spacious and newly built you are sure to be in luck. The real estate market abounds with large houses of recent vintage. On the other hand, those of us who would prefer to live in something that is […]

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Buying A Home With Bad Credit

You May Have More Options Than You Think Buying a home rather than renting is a very rewarding lifestyle choice that has been the core of the American Dream for the last one hundred years or more. For those who do own their homes, even with a high level of finance, it is an entirely […]

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Planning Your Relocation Across The Nation

Cross Country Planning The rhythm of life is often determined by the need to balance careers and family. Sometimes to best support the family you have to take that job across the country and bring the family with you. This can be a good thing if you have the resources to make the experience as […]

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Do Fixer-Uppers Still Work For Locking In Wealth?

You Make Your Profit When You Buy It is a common misconception that you make your money in high value asset transactions when you sell and get the cash or equivalents. This is not actually the case as you put the asset on your balance sheet when you buy, and the liabilities. Did you know you […]

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Breaking Down The Fees For Closing On A Home

A Long List Of Fees For Services At the end of the day there is a very strong argument that buying your own home is an excellent value proposition. Unfortunately, getting to that point is a very formal, legalistic process that requires hundreds or even thousands of pages of documentation and it might seem like a […]

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How Do You Know Your Money Is Safe When You Sell?

The Secret Strengths Of The Escrow System During the process of buying and selling residential real estate there will be some point at which the funds have to go from one party to the other, while the title to the property is transferred in the opposite direction. When you are not in a high trust […]

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