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2009 

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Buyers communicate with your realtor.  Your realtor may not know all your likes and dislikes.  Remember, this is a team effort to find the right home, that means both the client and realtor must be communicating with each other.  If you find it is necessary to change your home search criteria, be...
05/22/2009
Many people find it scary to go from renting an apartment to being a homeowner.  The fear of the unknown is the main reason why some buyers are slow in making the giant step to homeownership.  This is where a realtor can offer a great service by having a pre-buyer's meeting explaining in detail a...
05/18/2009
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Common question asked by both buyers and sellers; is it necessary to attend the closing when either buying or selling a home?  Normally, a closing usually involves the buyer and his representative, and the same is true for the seller.  In addition, the closing normally takes place at a title comp...
05/15/2009
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When purchasing real estate property such as a home, buyers will make different types of offers. The realtor and seller should be prepared to receive any type of offer and should have a plan of action.  It is important the listing and buyer's agent establish good communications between themselves...
05/08/2009
Legal problems can develop when a seller and/or real estate agent either intentionally or by mistake do not disclose information about property.  The lack of knowledge by the real estate agent may not be sufficient to prevent legal liability, especially when the defect can be easily identified by...
05/04/2009
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