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Debunking Credit Score Myths

Debunking Credit Score Myths

Your credit score is involved in nearly every major purchase that you make—which creates a track record that people are either very proud of or maybe even a little afraid of. Credit scores are widely misunderstood, and it’s important to know what is fact and what is...

What Are the Advantages of Fixed-Rate Mortgages?

Fixed-rate mortgages are one of the most common types of mortgages that lenders offer. For both 15 and 30 year terms with fixed rates, housing costs won’t be affected by interest rate changes and inflation compared to other options, making them an excellent choice...
Inspection Protection: A Word to the Wise

Inspection Protection: A Word to the Wise

If you’re in the market for a house, it’s likely that you’re familiar with the concept of a home inspector performing an inspection on any property that you’re seriously interested in. However, the required credentials of a home inspector can differ from state t...
5 Ways To Find Your Property Lines

5 Ways To Find Your Property Lines

Ah, property lines. The invisible barriers that divide our land from that of our neighbors and the general public. Sometimes they’re marked by fences, while other times we simply accept them to be where our neighbor’s lawn mowing endeavors end. But these lines can o...

How Is A Home Marketed?

As you’ll see in the video, every home and market is a unique situation. Good marketing plans are specific to both. But every plan will include: Preparation Pricing and Marketing Activities. Preparation takes time - typically, months. Homes must be in “show...
Is a Gated Community Right For Me?

Is a Gated Community Right For Me?

When choosing where to live, it’s important to take preferred lifestyles into consideration. Some people prefer to live in unrestricted communities where practically anything goes, while others prefer a little more structure and added community perks. A gated communit...

Understanding Rent-To-Own Agreements

Picture this agreement between two players in a board game: 'If you land on my property 10 times, pay $5 more each time, and then you can buy it for $200.' The first player still owns the property for those 10 turns, but the second player has secured a set price and...
I Found A Home Buyer…Now What?

I Found A Home Buyer…Now What?

As a seller, your main goal is obviously to sell your home. So once that mission is finally accomplished and you’ve accepted your home buyer’s offer, you may think that your job is done. Wrong! There are still a few things left to take care of. For example...

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