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What are closing costs? Part 4: I Can't Afford Closing Costs - 09/30/11 02:22 PM
What are closing costs? Part 4: I Can't Afford Closing Costs Part four of this five part series on closing costs in real estate transactions covers the inability to pay for closing costs. This series is prefaced with the fact that many closing costs are negotiable and customary costs can differ from city to city. This series is a general overview of what to expect at the closing table. To learn about what closing costs are go to "Part 1: Recurring Closing Costs", "Part 2: Non-Recurring Closing Costs", and "Part 3: The Bottom Line".
Social media has completely revolutionized communication... mostly for the better. As humans, we're geared toward community rather than isolation. In the old days happy birthday greetings, family announcements, and feelings were communicated through phone calls, snail mail, or actual face to face conversations. In the present, communication has gone public with social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. While there is nothing wrong with sharing your life with friends and co-workers through "tweets" or "posts" you need to be careful. I'm not talking about revealing future vacation dates that can give thieves an opportunity to have a free (0 comments)
What Are Closing Costs? Part 3: The Bottom Line - 09/23/11 11:47 AM
What are closing costs? Part 3: The Bottom Line Part three of this five part series on closing costs covers what you can expect to pay at the closing table. This series is prefaced with the fact that many closing costs are negotiable and customary costs can differ from city to city. This series is a general overview of what to expect at the closing table. The breakdown of your closing costs can be found at Part 1: Recurring Closing Costs and Part 2: Non-Recurring Closing Costs. As we've learned in the previous closing cost posts the total closing cost amount (2 comments)
The cooperation of sellers for showing appointments are extremely important to the sale of their property. Keeping the home in showing condition, allowing access during non-business hours, and being out of the home during the showings are top priorities.
The last one, being out of the home, seems to be a lost art. For some reason I see more and more sellers wanting to be present for (0 comments)
What are closing costs? Part 2: Non-Recurring Closing Costs - 09/16/11 01:58 PM
What are closing costs? Part 2: Non-Recurring Closing Costs Part 2 in our series on closing costs covers the second part of buyer's closing costs: Non-Recurring Closing Costs. This series is prefaced with the fact that many closing costs are negotiable and customary costs can differ from city to city. This series is a general overview of what to expect at the closing table. To learn about recurring closing costs visit "What are closing costs? Part 1: Recurring Closing Costs" Non-recurring closing costs are paid as part of the home buying process and are one-time charges. These fees include but are (2 comments)
What Are Closing Costs? Part 1: Recurring Closing Costs - 09/09/11 12:56 PM
This begins a five part series covering closings costs in Nevada real estate transactions. This series is prefaced with the fact that many closing costs are negotiable and customary costs can differ from city to city. This series is a general overview of what to expect at the closing table. Part 1: Buyer's Recurring Closing Costs When purchasing a home in Reno and Sparks the buyer will not only pay for price of the home, via a loan, but will also incur costs for the process to be completed. The process fees for buyers can be broken down into (1 comments)
It's time again to set your alarms to 4:00 am for the 2011 Great Reno Balloon Race. The race which celebrates it's 30th anniversary this year starts on Friday the 9th and ends Sunday the 11th. While most of the action is in the early morning this is still a great family event for kids of all ages. Fun shaped balloons for this year include Smokey the Bear, a soccer ball, a panda bear, and the Wells Fargo stagecoach among other colorful balloons. To make it even better entry to the event is FREE! Below is a schedule and some (2 comments)
Damonte Ranch Homes for Sale- 1837 Resistol Drive Reno, NV 89521 - 09/06/11 12:45 PM
Great opportunity in the New Edition subdivision of Damonte Ranch in Reno, NV. 3 bed 2.5 bath with 1540 sqft. of living space all within walking distance of shopping and walking trails. Hardwood floors grace the whole home with their natural beauty. Ample kitchen cabinetry, counter space, and pantry make this a great place to cook. The great room concept with the living room and dining room make a great space for entertaining. The master bedroom boats plenty of space and double sinks with a walk-in-closet and tub/shower combo. The backyard is made for entertaining and BBqs with a custom paver (0 comments)
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