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Open House Checklist

Holding your house “open” is an excellent opportunity for potential buyers and/or their friends and family to view or re-view your house. Because word of mouth can be an excellent resource for getting a house sold, it is important that w...

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Getting Your Home Ready For Sale

As the market slows, more homes will linger on the market and buyers will have more choices. It has never been more imperative that sellers take extra care to make their house as appealing as possible to buyers. How much should you spend? I...

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Do You Need An Agent?

Working with an agent experienced in our local market is the surest way to secure the best investment in your new home. The details involved in home buying – particularly the financial details – can be daunting. As a real estate practitione...

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Understanding Closing Costs

There are certain standard costs associated with closing the sale of a house. These fees are split between the buyer and seller, as spelled out in the purchase contract. The cost split on these fees is, to an extent, negotiable. As I negotiate ...

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Escrow Basics

Escrow is the process where a neutral, third party is hired to gather all the information needed by the parties to close the transaction, including receiving funds and documents, completing and filing required forms and obtaining release docume...

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Loan Pre-Qualification

Welcome to our easy online loan pre-qualification process! Please tell us briefly about the loan you want, and be sure to include your valid e-mail address for responses.

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The Importance of Pre-Approval

Pre-Qualification Pre-Qualification is an informal way to see how much you might be able to borrow for your new home. You can get “pre-qualified” over the phone with no paperwork by telling a lender your income, your long-term debts, and...

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