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Selling After Labor Day — Curb Appeal

While Spring rightfully is touted as the busiest home-selling season, you don't have to give up plans to sell your home until nest year. September through December may actually be the right time to sell your home. Conventional wisdom is that on...

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Oil Prices and Housing Market

Oil Prices and Housing Market

Most of us rejoice when the prices at the pump go down. To use that means freed-up cash in our personal economy. When we're consider buying or selling a home, however, the price at the pump can impact our bottom line in ways we don't realize. ...

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Can Smaller Be Better

Can Smaller Be Better?

No matter what our background, we all have an ideal dream home size in mind. When it comes down to the actual living in it, however, can smaller be better? If your dream is for an urban dwelling with access to cultural events, public transporta...

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Tips on How To Sell Your Home at Full Price

Tips on How To Sell Your Home at Full Price

Often, homeowners try to "test the market" with a higher than fair-market price when first listing their home. That can be a poor marketing strategy. When your agent tries to talk you out of it: Listen! Setting "too high a price" will be too hi...

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Real Estate Terminology: Defining Closing Costs

Closing costs include all of the fees and costs associated with completing the sale or purchase of a home using a mortgage, that are in addition to the actual cost of the property itself. These costs are due at the "close" of the deal, with the...

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Waiting Until Spring to List Your Home?

Typically the end of the Holiday season and New Years signal the advent of Spring, so putting your home on the market around the time of the Spring Equinox might be the perfect option for you. Markets vary, so only your local professional real ...

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Mortgage Rates and Housing Prices May Go Up in 2014

Even though 30-year fixed rates dropped in the first half of January, many analysts expect fixed mortgage rates to go up somewhat in 2014, but to top out at around 5%. What this means for buyers is that while higher than 2013's historic lows, t...

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