Purchasing Real Estate: 3 Tips That Will Help You Make A Better And More Informed Offer

Posted on: 27 January 2017

When it's time to finally start a family of your own and to build or buy your dream house, you can join over 52% of Americans who were surveyed in 2015 who said they were buying a place in the next 5 years by starting your search for your dream house as soon as possible. Even with the help of a real estate agent, it might still take you years to find a place that you like.
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Tips for a Quick Home Sale in a Slow Market

Posted on: 20 January 2017

If you must quickly sell your family's house to move closer to where your ill parent lives, start your new job, or deal with other circumstances, then you will be happy to know this is something that can be accomplished. There are many specific things you can do to improve your chances of getting purchase offers for your home in a slow real estate market. To ensure your success, here are some tips for quickly selling your home in a slow real estate market:
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Why You Should Get the Replacement Value of Your Home Before Getting Insurance Quotes

Posted on: 19 January 2017

Many people think the market value of their home is the same amount of money it would cost to replace their home in case of a total loss. In fact, insurance companies price their policies on the replacement value of your home, but this is not the same as the market value. Market value—How much a buyer would pay for the home and accompanying land. Replacement value—How much it would cost to rebuild the home to a pre-loss condition.
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3 Things You Can Do to Sell Your House Faster

Posted on: 18 January 2017

Need to sell your home fast? Here are three things you can do to help make it happen: Stage Each Room for Possibilities An excellent way to increase attraction among potential buyers is to stage each of the rooms in your home in a way that shows anyone who tours the home all the possibilities that it has to offer. If possible, store all your personal belongings in the basement, attic, or self-storage unit and leave out only basic furniture and décor.
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