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Replacing a home's windows, appliances, or roofing can be pricey. So knowing approximately how long before the refrigerator is likely to stop working or the roof might spring a leak can have value to buyers and home owners. If you are thinking about buying a home, you may want to factor in replac...
The homebuying season has been moved up this year! The springtime spurt in home buying does not seem to be waiting for the snow to melt this year as buyers scramble to meet an April 30 tax credit deadline. The spring buying season typically takes off in March and runs through May. But buyers who...
Here is inportant information you need to know... and you need to tell your family and friends right away! Few people realize that each time their credit is checked, the information provided to the credit bureaus (Equifax, TransUnion, Innovis or Experian) immediately becomes a commodity that is s...
As we begin 2010, both real estate professionals and home buyers are "hitting the ground running" - anxious to take advantage of the extended and expanded home buyer tax credit. Everyone I talk to in real estate is busier than usual for this time of the year. Buyers are anxious to make sure that ...
As you begin to prepare for "tax time" don't forget about the energy efficient tax credits that may be available to you. If you purchase an energy-efficient product or renewable energy system for your home, you may be eligible for a federal tax credit. Most products are eligible for tax credits a...