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In France, where I'm from, homes are made of stone or thick brick, at least for the most part. When I lived there many years ago, it was what people knew and expected. Fast-forward several years later and I find myself living in the United States. What a surprise it was for me to see that many ho...
You've worked hard to become a real estate agent and as we all know, it was grueling. Fortunately, all those long hours studying contract law, finance, business, ethics, taxes and fundamental principles of real estate, etcetera did pay off in the end--because now we're all here with our shiny, va...
Buying real estate in New York is not a coveted privilege for only celebrities, investment bankers and other white collar suspects with unspeakable amounts of cash on hand. It is, contrary to popular belief, accessible to, for a lack of a better term: "normal" people--no matter what country you l...