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2010 

In today's world many homeowners have pets.  When selling your home, the question always comes up, what should I do with my pets?  As a homeowner who loves pets, you need to realize that some people do not like pets and may be either frightened or turned off with the presents of pets in the home....
02/26/2010
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With proper preparation and marketing of your property will help you realize greater profit at the closing table.  It begins with having great curb appeal, properly price, and excellent photos of the property.  These things are critical in creating a good first impression to visitors to your home...
02/22/2010
As a buyer, most of the time, once you start looking for your new home you will begin to realize there is no home that is absolutely perfect.  The home may not have the perfect floor plan, needs some minor repairs the seller is not willing to repair, the backyard not perfect for your desires, wou...
02/19/2010
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The process of touring homes can become very tiresome for a buyer if they try to tour too many homes in one day.  Recommend touring no more that 7 to 10 in a single day.  Touring any more homes tends to create brain overload.  Normally the more homes you tour, will cause you to be less likely to ...
02/15/2010
As a buyer or seller of real estate, you expect to close with minimum hassle; therefore, you should never make an assumption about some aspect of the transaction.  When buying or selling property you may have many opportunities to make assumptions that seem to be safe.  Many times for example, th...
02/12/2010
Many times when homeowners sell their home they also need to purchase a home.  Ideally, as a homeowner you would like to move directly from your current home into your new home.  If you can make this happen, you will save time and out-of-pocket expenses.   Unfortunately, this is not always feasib...
02/09/2010
Many buyers have a misunderstanding what sellers obligations are to the buyer who submits an offer to purchase the seller's property.  Some buyers believe a seller is required to respond back to the buyer after an offer has been submitted to the seller.  The bottom line in this situation, the sel...
02/05/2010
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