All posts by: Christina

Whether you are upside down in your home or are just looking for a way to save money, refinancing your mortgage is perhaps the best way to go. When considering a refinance, many people with a conventional mortgage often ask,...
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If you’re relocating or buying a home in Fresno, you’ll be happy to learn that Fresno is actually an affordable place to live if you play your cards right (and buy in the right neighborhood). Real estate values in Fresno...
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If you have considered buying a home lately, you have probably heard about FHA loans. If you are not a first time home buyer, you probably know all about FHA loans and how they work, but if you are a...
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If you are behind in house payments or property taxes, you may have seen notices of an impending trustee sale. This can be cause for panic and confusion, but if you know in advance what you are up against you...
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If you are considering selling your home, you have probably seen hundreds of cash investor signs in your neighborhood. Many of us simply ignore these signs; we drive by them without a second glance. We ignore these signs because we...
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One of the great things about owning your own home is the tax breaks you can receive as a homeowner. So, what happens when you go to sell your home. Many of you have probably heard horror stories about something...
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When you were first buying your home you were probably told there are numerous tax benefits to owning a home, such as being able to deduct your mortgage interest. You might have even been told about tax breaks you can...
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As we begin another year of a stable economy, more people are considering purchasing a home. Purchasing a home is not something that should be taken lightly; it is one of the biggest investments you will make in your lifetime....
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Property taxes are just one of those things that you don’t enjoy paying. There are a few options you can take when property taxes become a problem. Depending on whether you’re late on your payment or not, you have a...
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