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Buyer’s Remorse: 3 Things You Should Never Say When You’re Negotiating to Buy a Home

The prospect of finding the home you’ve always dreamed of can be such an exciting prospect that it’s easy to forget all about the process of negotiating. However, it’s important to keep a few things to yourself when it comes to the art of making the deal. If you’re currently searching for the right place… Continue reading Buyer’s Remorse: 3 Things You Should Never Say When You’re Negotiating to Buy a Home

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Six Key Reasons You’ll Want to Work With a Real Estate Agent When Pricing Your Home

Whether you know a little bit about the market or you’ve sold a home before, you may be considering pricing your own home to avoid the assistance of a real estate agent. However, there are a number of benefits associated with consulting an agent when selling your home. Before making a final decision, consider the… Continue reading Six Key Reasons You’ll Want to Work With a Real Estate Agent When Pricing Your Home

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Selling This Winter? 4 Negotiation Tips to Ensure a Speedy Home Sale

  It’s a great feeling to get an offer on your home, but there can be a lot of details that go into seeing the negotiation through to completion. If your home is currently on the market and you’re expecting buyers to snap it up soon, here’s what you’ll need to know to get your… Continue reading Selling This Winter? 4 Negotiation Tips to Ensure a Speedy Home Sale

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After the Sale: The Next Steps and What You’ll Need to Do Before You Move Out

Getting an offer on your home can certainly make it feel like the hard part is over, but even after the deal is sealed there’s still a lot to do when it comes to moving out. Whether you’re getting prepared for a future move or your buyer has just signed on the dotted line, here… Continue reading After the Sale: The Next Steps and What You’ll Need to Do Before You Move Out

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5 Major Red Flags to Watch for When You’re Touring an Open House

An open house is one of the best opportunities a potential homeowner will have to take stock of a home and determine if it will work for them. However, it can also be a good opportunity to discover some glaring red flags that might make it a less worthwhile investment. If you’re currently perusing the… Continue reading 5 Major Red Flags to Watch for When You’re Touring an Open House

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Six Reasons Why You’ll Need a Licensed Real Estate Agent When You Buy or Sell a House

Are you in the market to buy or sell a home? If so, you may be wondering whether to work with a real estate agent or not. While saving on the commission might sound tempting, it can cost you later. Here are six reasons to choose a real estate agent the next time you buy… Continue reading Six Reasons Why You’ll Need a Licensed Real Estate Agent When You Buy or Sell a House

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Understanding Appraisals and What to Do If Your Home Doesn’t Appraise for Its Purchase Price

It can be a bit of a surprise if your home turns out to be valued at less than the purchase price offered, but this is the type of thing that can occur in an appraisal situation. While this can change everything from your contract to the amount of your down payment, if your home… Continue reading Understanding Appraisals and What to Do If Your Home Doesn’t Appraise for Its Purchase Price