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6 Mistakes Buyers Make at Open Houses

If you’re serious about buying, you should use an open house to your advantage to see if a particular property has what it takes to warrant another showing and perhaps a bonafide offer. To make the most of an open house as a buyer, make sure to avoid making any one of the following blunders.

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6 Ways to Recycle Your Christmas Tree

A real Christmas tree can be a significant fire hazard if it’s left indoors to dry out for too long. When the holidays are over and the time has come to take the tree down, there are many ways that you can recycle that Christmas tree that has added some festive cheer to your interior throughout the holidays. Here are a few ideas to help give you some inspiration.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Housing Outlook For 2018

Experts in the real estate field anticipate a healthy year ahead for the housing market. Demand is expected to be strong, new home builders are more optimistic, and a slight alleviation in the inventory shortage is anticipated. Here are some predictions for the US housing market as we head into 2018.

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8 Things Interior Designers Spot in Homes Right Away

Much like a mechanic might be more likely to notice an odd sound coming from a car, an interior designer will be more inclined to spot problems with the decor in your home. It’s what they do every day and is something they’ve been trained for.

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7 Lessons First-Time Buyers Learn When Purchasing a Home

Buying a home for the first time comes with its own set of lessons to be learned and potential mistakes to be made. Here are some of the more common lessons first-time homebuyers have learned from their own experiences that you may want to take into consideration.

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6 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Sell Your Home When it’s Vacant

Maybe you relocated to another city and needed to move right away. Or perhaps you found a great deal on a home that closed really quickly, prompting you to move all your belongings into your new abode long before finding a buyer for your current home. Whatever the reason may be for moving out of your home before it sells, leaving it vacant can turn out to be a big mistake.

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INFOGRAPHIC: 14 Real Estate Marketing Statistics

When it comes to the world of real estate marketing, technology plays a key role. More and more people are going online to search for their homes, while real estate agents are taking notice and are increasingly using the internet to market their listings and services. Here are some interesting stats surrounding real estate marketing in 2017.

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7 Reasons Your Credit Score Dropped

When it comes to applying for a loan, your credit score matters – a lot. At some point, you’ll likely need to take out a loan for whatever reason, whether it’s to purchase a home, buy a car, or even just to take out a personal loan to cover any one of life’s big expenses.

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Possible Tax Breaks For California Renters

With housing prices being as high as they are in California – especially in certain centers such as the San Francisco Bay Area – many residents of the state are choosing to rent.

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4 Reasons to Do Your Best to Avoid Private Mortgage Insurance

As if buying a home isn’t a large enough expense that comes with hefty monthly mortgage payments, there are other fees that are tacked on to the overall cost, including Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) in many cases.

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