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 It's every homebuyer's nightmare.  You pick out the house, close the deal, and move in.  Within three weeks, you know that you've made a big mistake.  This house isn't what you wanted at all.You can easily avoid this sad scenario by planning ahead.  Know what you want in a home, what's important...
05/01/2007
Lat Blog talked about preparing your home to show, now lets review a few more idea. There are some improvements you can make that don't cost a thing.  You can make your kitchen counter look larger by removing some of the items that are only used occasionally when you cook that are left out on the...
05/01/2007
We all know that when you buy a home, you generally make one of the largest purchases you have ever made. The flip side of that coin is that when you sell your home, you are selling the largest asset you possess, and you need to maximize the return on that sale. Therefore, when preparing to sell ...
05/01/2007
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Whether it's a lakefront cottage or a log cabin in the woods, a vacation home often seems to be a dream that only the wealthy can afford.  But these days, you don't have to be a millionaire to own one.     A nationwide survey shows the median household income of second-home owners is $46,500.  An...
04/22/2007
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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, particularly when it comes to buying a home.  Features that attract one home-buyer may repel another.          However, the one feature of interest to every home-buyer is price.  Getting the most home for your money is paramount.  The real problem is figuring...
04/22/2007
The old adage that "timing is everything" especially applies to buying a new home.  And trying to be at the right house at the right time and get it for the right price can be tricky.  Here are some guidelines to assist you:•·        Turn to the real estate section of your Sunday newspaper. Monit...
04/22/2007
Why is it that some homes sit on the market for a year while others sell like hot cakes?  Frustrated sellers will blame a bad market, while a good real estate professional will tell you that many times, a slow sale is often attributed to the listing price.              If a home is overpriced, bu...
04/22/2007
Purchasing a home can be a complicated and confusing process, especially for first-time buyers.  Throughout the process, first-time home buyers will encounter a variety of unfamiliar real state terms. There are several key terms associates with purchasing real estate that are helpful to learn.   ...
04/22/2007
One of the great challenges to selling a home can be showing all of its space, decor and natural light potential.  For example, every home has crowded closets and dead space.  Sellers should be aware that areas such as these are easy to spruce-up with a little elbow grease and old-fashioned innov...
04/22/2007
When something goes wrong in a real estate transaction, it is natural for the parties involved to look for someone to blame. Sometimes problems are caused by situations , but sometimes they are caused by the people that are involved. If the transaction was made without a real estate broker, the b...
04/22/2007
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