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How to Walk Away from a Negative Equity Mortgage

Have found yourself in an upside-down mortgage, where you now owe more than the house is worth? If so, you are not alone in this economy. The US housing market has been recovering since the industry bubble burst in 2007. But as recently as 2015 more than 4 million U.S. homeowners still owed the bank […]

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5 Smart Ways to Finance Emergency Home Repairs

Every year, nearly half of all homeowners (48 percent) are forced to pay for an emergency home repair, according to a recent survey by HomeServe USA. But most Americans have to scramble to cover the cost. According to a recent survey by Bankrate.com, 63 percent of Americans don’t have enough savings to cover an unexpected […]

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I need to sell my house in another state. What are my options?

Selling an empty house isn’t easy. You’ll have to take on expenses for maintaining two homes until your previous home sells, get additional insurance and more. What are the most pressing issues homeowners and landlords face when selling a house in another state? Realtor Whether you’re a homeowner or a landlord, the first move is […]

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Relocating? How to Sell Your House Fast

Relocating for a new job is stressful enough without worrying about how you’re going to sell your old home. The moment you take that new job offer, the clock starts ticking, and you’re facing pressure to sell your home under a deadline. For homeowners in certain ZIP codes, selling a home doesn’t take long. According […]

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My Family Member Died Without a Will – Who Gets the House?

Experiencing a death in the family can be a trying and emotionally draining time. Making arrangements for a deceased relative is a difficult process that can be compounded if your family member died without a valid will.  Matters such as deciding who should inherit what parts of the decease’s estate can lead to drawn out […]

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4 Hidden Costs of Water Damage to a House

After water damage is cleaned up, the drywall is repaired and the carpet is replaced, you might think your house troubles are over. But hidden problems can linger for months or even years. Water damage costs U.S. insurance companies $2.5 billion every year, but that’s only part of the story. For years after the cleanup […]

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The Top 3 Projects That You Should Do in the Winter to Sell Your Home in Spring

Abraham Lincoln once said, “Give me six hours to chop down a tree, and I will spend the first four sharpening the ax.” The lesson here is that adequate preparation is the surest recipe for success, and this is true for almost any endeavor including selling your home. Depending on where you live, the winter […]

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Top Indicators That You Need to Sell Your Rental Property

Photo Credit   In every property owner’s life, there comes a time when you have to make a decision whether it is the appropriate time to sell your rental property or not. It is crucial to put as much analysis and thought into timing the sale of the rental property just as you did when […]

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Selling your House? What To Do If You Have Lots Of Showings But No Offers

Photo Credit Congratulations on packing up your home and putting it up for sale on today’s market. This is a feat that not all people can manage. Unfortunately, if you are visiting this page, you most likely feel unlucky because no one is making any offers on your home! You have obviously been waiting on pins […]

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Could Your Christmas Tree Lead to a Home Pest Infestation?

Photo Credit With the holiday season coming up, families all over the country are visiting tree retailers to pick out the perfect Christmas tree for their home. However, many may also be getting more than they bargained for when they find their tree to be a vector for all types of insects. Not all Christmas […]

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