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Posted on Oct 18

Real Estate Tips of The Week

   When remodeling your home, if your closets are small, look at expanding your closet space. Homeowners love lots of great walk-in closet space for all of their clothing and belongings.  Popcorn walls and ceilings are a major turn off for homebuyers. Take the extra step to get it removed, and paint a smooth finish....

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Posted on Oct 18

Selling Your Home, The 4 C's You Must Know

The ‘ Four C’s’  in Selling your home Article From: Examiner.com By: Susan Seyler The Four C’s in selling your home are Curb Appeal, Clutter Free, Cleaned Spotless and Color it softly. The first three are obvious.  If your house looks unkempt  or neglected, it is a big turn off.  Yes, Staging  does help you sell.  Get ready now;...

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Posted on Oct 10

Real Estate Tips of The Week

 When searching for a home, try using a buyer’s agent who is specialized in the specific areas and neighborhoods that you are looking for.  Contact the local school board, and ask for the school’s “report card” to see what the school’s average grades, SAT scores, graduation percentages, and the violence reports are. This can provide...

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Posted on Oct 10

How To Mend Nearby Foreclosures In Your Neighborhood

A foreclosure on your block can do more than spoil the view from your window. A foreclosed eyesore can damage the financial health of your household and neighborhood. But there are things you can do now to keep a blighted property from destroying your home equity. Be a good neighbor Prevention makes the biggest difference,...

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Posted on Oct 03

Real Estate Tips of The Week

1. If you are not currently living in the house that you are selling, a great way to let only trusted people into your property, is to have a lockbox on the front door with the key inside. Only those who call you & receive the lockbox code can enter your home. 2. When you...

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Posted on Sep 26

Real Estate Tips Of The Week

1. A benefit in owning a home, versus renting is that you have the control over how you want your home to look. You can decide to decorate, remodel or change anything in your home. 2. Feng shui is also an important part in your home. Try to play around with the placement of your...

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Posted on Sep 26

August: A Surge In Banks Issuing Mortgage Default Warnings

Article From msnbc.msn.com By Alex Veiga LOS ANGELES — Banks have stepped up their actions against homeowners who have fallen behind on their mortgage payments, setting the stage for a fresh wave of foreclosures. The number of U.S. homes that received an initial default notice — the first step in the foreclosure process — jumped 33 percent...

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Posted on Sep 26

Current Existing Home Sales Increased In August

Article From: CNNmoney.com NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Home buyers are starting to creep back into the housing market, lured by rock-bottom prices. Sales of existing homes rose 7.7% last month to an annual rate of 5.03 million homes, from 4.67 million homes in July, according to the National Association of Realtors. Economists had expected August...

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Posted on Sep 22

Real Estate Tips Of The Week

When scheduling showings of your property, make sure that your property is spotless. Also make sure that there’s lots of light shining in, by opening the drapes/blinds.  Potential buyers are going to want to see your basement if you have one. Clean up any cobwebs, sweep the floors, and get rid of any damp or...

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Posted on Sep 21

Foreclosures, The Secret Answer To Rescuing The Housing Market

Article From: www.money.cnn.com By: Tami Luhby NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — If the Obama administration really wants to save the housing market, it should speed up the foreclosure process — not prolong the inevitable, experts say. Four years into the housing crisis, the real estate market is still teetering on the edge. The Obama administration has tried...

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