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By Matthew Watts, "Mortgage Matt"
(Icon Mortgage)
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Proceed with Caution: The weirdest part of talking to people about their loan experiences is that people usually are more particular about their Realtor than their Loan Officer. In reality, your Loan Officer is responsible for ten times more than your Realtor, especially in a foreclosure transact...

By Matthew Watts, "Mortgage Matt"
(Icon Mortgage)
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If you are going to buy a home in Michigan, especially in this foreclosure driven market, nothing is more important than the team of professionals you choose to represent you. Consider these points in your search.  Rome wasn't built in a day. Do you not rush into any situation. Take at least a we...
Reports show the average home spends $1900 a year on energy costs; many homeowners are unaware of how much they can save with proper dryer and dryer vent maintenance   Grand Blanc, MI -Technicians who work for Dryer Vent Wizard in Genesee County, Michigan are working to educate consumers on dryer...

By Hunter Herbert
(London Financial Capital)
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What is the real difference between Equity Financing & Debt Financing?London Financial Capital LLC. http://www.londonfi.com has been dealing in these markets for some time. Below is a brief explanation from Hunter Hebert CEO and Douglas Schulman CFO of the differences, benifits and pitfalls assoc...

By Robin Cutler and Kay Pearson, Clarkston, Michigan Real Estate
(Real Estate One)
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Real Estate Communities we review on a monthly basis are:Brandon, Clarkston, Waterford, Lake Orion, Oxford, Grand Blanc, and Holly.Community Reports can be viewed at "The Pearson Group Website"Absorption Rate is a method we use to determine the supply and demand for housing.We determine the numbe...

By Ralph Mark Maupin, Michigan Real Estate Investors Host
(National Real Estate Network, LLC)
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Hundreds of Thousands Have Lost Their Homes and Are Stranded with No Help Farmington, MI -- Michigan has been hit hard by a storm that has the real estate market flooded with foreclosed homes. Over 200,000 home owners, along with a growing number of real estate companies, are victims of this disa...

By Angie Ridley, Broker, ABR, CRS, PMN, WCR, At Home With Diversity
(Complete Realty, LLC)
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 I was asked today "when do you think the market will come back and what will my home be worth then?  What would you have sold my home for 2 years ago?" (Michigan) 2 years ago I would have price the home in mid $90's-$100.  The square footage is an issue along with the bedroom situation upstairs....

By Nate Corder
(Corder Group)
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I recently experienced something unexpected...I had a harder time filling my rental house than previously.  I thought the poor economy and high foreclosure rates would have the opposite effect.  I assumed there would be more renters on the market.What has everyone else seen?

By Brian Cook
(Garrow & Associates, Real Estate)
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I have some great Rental properties for sale.  Many priced to sell quickly.  One already has a renter in place.  The other is owner occupied.  One is priced 6000 below SEV but in great shape.  Check them out www.briancookrealtor.com

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