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Neighborhood Noise Levels

Neighborhood Noise Levels

There are a number of factors that home buyers should consider when scoping out potential new homes. Number of bedrooms, floor plans, kitchen amenities…there are many things you need to look at to make sure the house has everything you want. But what about things that...
What If My Seller’s Deal Falls Through?

What If My Seller’s Deal Falls Through?

When you’re in the midst of a real estate transaction, you hope for a smooth closing process that ends with you happily moving into your new home. And in more cases than not, the seller takes the money that they make from the closing to purchase a different home to mo...
Inspection and Appraisal: What’s the Difference?

Inspection and Appraisal: What’s the Difference?

You’ve skimmed every online checklist. You’ve listened to every piece of advice your relatives have felt inclined to give you. You’ve nearly done it all and yet you’re still confused about certain components of your real estate experience. For instance, what is ...

How To File Bankruptcy

United States law allows courts to declare individuals and businesses bankrupt, allowing them to settle debts without full payment. Filing bankruptcy is a legal action asking the court to make this declaration; deciding to file should account for: Debts...
Homeowner’s Associations: How They Work

Homeowner’s Associations: How They Work

Homeowner’s Associations (HOA) were first developed in the 1980s as a means to help retain order and visual appeal in new communities that were being developed. To this day, HOA rules and regulations determine things like the color you can paint the home's exterior, r...

Understanding Wills and Trusts

A will is a written document that defines how your assets will be distributed after you die. Trusts are legal arrangements that involve a separate legal entity to hold and distribute assets -- during your life, after your life, or both. As an alternative to wills, t...
Florida Homestead Exemption for Permanent Residents

Florida Homestead Exemption for Permanent Residents

If you have a property in Florida that serves as your permanent residence (sorry winter residents!), then you may be eligible for a homestead exemption that keeps you from having to pay tax on a certain portion of your property’s assessed value. If your home is worth ...

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