Everything You Need To Get Started In Real Estate

One of the most popular questions in the real estate community is “how do I get started as an investor?” There are thousands of would be investors all across the country who want to dive right into the business but aren’t exactly sure where to start.  They may have read a few books, watched a […]

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4 Things to Remember When Buying Short Sales

The affordability of short-sold homes makes them popular with buyers, but buying a house in a short sale isn’t as easy as it seems. There are extra steps and paperwork involved, and all of it must be done before closing. If you don’t take care of it, you could end up paying thousands of dollars […]

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Maximize Your Winter Curb Appeal

Winter isn’t the ideal season to be selling a house, so if you’re trying to find a buyer right now, it makes sense to maximize your curb appeal. The way a house looks on the outside, after all, is a major factor in convincing a buyer to make an offer. Try these techniques to make […]

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3 Reasons to Consider an Adjustable-Rate Mortgage

Although financial experts usually advise buyers to avoid adjustable-rate mortgages like the plague, there are a few instances when choosing this type of home loan over a fixed-rate mortgage can actually be beneficial. If you’re buying a house in the near future and you don’t know which type financing you should be looking for, here […]

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What a Good Faith Estimate Means to Your Mortgage

If you’re buying a house, you’re entitled to a “good faith estimate” when applying for a mortgage. However, sometimes these itemized rundowns of the estimated costs of a home loan aren’t made in good faith at all. They can be misleading, and they can bait a homeowner into paying thousands more than they had anticipated. […]

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More Americans Are Walking Away From Their Mortgages

Are you selling a house that isn’t worth as much as the balance remaining on your mortgage? Then it may be time to walk away. With the real estate market not expected to recover until 2023 and foreclosure rates abysmally high, more and more Americans are choosing to let their lender repossess their home even […]

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