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Home Offer Rejected? 3 Things You Must Do Next

When you make an offer on a home, the last thing you want to hear is that it was rejected. It happens all the time in hot markets with a limited inventory of homes. But even in a buyer’s market, offers are frequently rejected, sometimes for reasons that make no sense. Don’t take it personally. […]

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How to Babyproof Your House — 5 Can’t Miss Tips

Photo courtesy. There’s no feeling as amazing as bringing that little bundle of joy home from the hospital. There’s also no feeling quite as worrying as wondering how you’re going to keep your baby safe in a house full of power outlets, stairs and sharp corners. Baby proofing has morphed into its own industry, with […]

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Top 5 Myths Surrounding Hail Damaged Roofs

The number one thing that beats up a roof over the course of it’s life is hail.  In fact, hail damage can be one of the single largest insurance claims you’ll have to make for your house.  According to Apex Roofing hail accounts for more than $1.6 billion in roof damage every year.  It may be […]

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Top 3 Worst Home Renovations To Kill Your Equity

Photo Credit The excitement that comes with completing a big home renovations is palpable in the DIY community.  But before you head over to Lowe’s and drop down a few hundred on tools and materials you may want to assess the true impact your addition will have on your property value.  Many just assume their […]

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Top Real Estate Clauses for Home Buyers

Photo Credit So you’ve been saving pennies, go out with your real estate agent, and found your perfect home, but now that their is a contract you’re scratching your head.  When dealing with buying and selling real estate you need to know the law requires everything in writing.  You will have to sign a contract […]

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3 Tips to Fixing Your Credit and Qualifying for a Mortgage

Photo Credit It can be frustrating to go through the headache of being turned down from receiving a home loan.  Fortunately, you’re not the only person to have walked this path, and the good news is the trail has been blazed and your path to receiving a mortgage is just around the corner.  Follow our […]

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5 Ways to Lower Your Mortgage Payment

For many American homeowners, the mortgage payment is the hardest monthly expense to pay. If you can’t afford your mortgage payment, you have other options to try before you face foreclosure. Say goodbye to private mortgage insurance. If your down payment was less than 20 percent, you might be paying hundreds of dollars a month […]

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Is Selling Above Market Value Do-able?

Photo Credit When people try to sell their home through a traditional real estate agent, they usually have to figure out what price they’re willing to list their home.  A good real estate agent will be able to look at comparable properties in the neighborhood, see what they sold at recently, and develop an estimated […]

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Secure Your Home For Natural Disasters

As natural disasters become more and more common, it’s more important than ever for homeowners to make sure their home is secured in the event of an emergency. A few simple steps can make a big difference in protecting your home and family. Here are a few items to help you stay prepared. Fire If […]

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Top 6 DIY Home Hacks from Around the Web

Successfully selling your home is all about ONE thing: Prep work. Before you take a single photo, set out open house signs, or let a prospective buyer look at your property, you need to prep it. To help you out, here are some nifty DIY home “hacks” from around the web to help you make […]

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