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Monthly Archives: September 2013

    12 Questions to Ask When Choosing Your REALTOR®

    By Admin | September 19, 2013

    How long have you been in residential real estate sales? Is it your full-time job? While experience is no guarantee of skill, real estate — like many other professions — is mostly learned on the job. What designations do you hold? Designations such as GRI and CRS®, which require that agents take additional, specialized real estate training,... Read More

    Downsizing Your Home

    By Admin | September 18, 2013

    Sometimes the motive for selling your home isn’t about upsizing, it’s about downsizing. Downsizing isn’t necessarily about spending less money.  Just as frequently, it’s about increasing your home’s amenities while decreasing the work and responsibilities involved in a larger home. There are a lot of excellent reasons for downsizing your home. The kids have grown... Read More

    Closing Costs When Buying A Home

    By Admin | September 5, 2013

    Closing costs are often the last thing a person thinks of when buying a home. While closing is the joyous moment the home becomes yours, the costs can be surprisingly aggravating. When you purchase a home, condo or other property, you will go through a period known as escrow. During escrow, various issues related to... Read More

    5 Things to Look for When Buying Foreclosures

    By Admin | September 4, 2013

    People buy foreclosures for a lot of reasons: to live in, as fixer-uppers, to flip and for investment purposes.  The current real estate market isn’t so hot for quickly selling foreclosures at a profit.  Instead, consider purchasing foreclosures and holding on to your investment until the market turns around.  In the meantime, earn money by... Read More