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5 Ways to Get Out of Your House. Is it too late to sell my house?


When it comes to selling your home you need to resist the urge to list the house for the price that you want because that is not always what it is worth. Just because your neighbor sold their house fo

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What to expect when you face a tax sale


homeowner one of your numerous responsibilities includes paying property taxes each year. In many cases property taxes are collected by the lender as part of the regular monthly payment and then t

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I want out of my house now. Sell quickly now!

Sell House Now

If you answered yes to any of those questions then this is the perfect post for you. No matter if it is the peak home buying season or not, there are plenty of things that you can to help sell your home

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How do tax sales work?


If you are behind on property taxes, you run the real risk of being faced with a tax sale. If you’re wondering, “how do tax sales work”, don’t worry, you’re not the only one. In real estate there are two types of tax sales: tax lien and tax deed. The only similarities between these two types of tax sales is that they both involve unpaid property taxes. Each type of tax sale wor

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5 Things You Need to Know Before Selling Your Home


If you have made it here, chances are pretty good that you are thinking about selling your home. Thinking about selling your home always comes with plenty of questions. We’ve broken down the process by putting together 5 things you need to know before selling your home to help you go from just thinking about it, to really going through with it.

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Should I Consider a Short Sale


Nobody ever buys a house thinking they are going to end up in foreclosure, but sometimes the worst things happen to the best of people. If you have found yourself facing the threat of foreclosure, you have probably started looking into what options you have to avoid foreclosure. One of the most talked about options is a short sale. Now you’re probably thinking, “should I consider a short sale?” While short sales might not be for everyone, it is something that you should seriously consider.

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What are the Effects of Foreclosure?


Foreclosure is one of those scary words that homeowners never want to hear, but sadly it is a term that thousands of homeowners have heard over the last several years. While most homeowners are aware of what a foreclosure is, they are not always aware of the effects of foreclosure. If you or somebody you know is facing a foreclosure, please read on to find out what kind of effects the foreclosure can have on not just you, but your neighbors as well.

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How to sell an inherited home

How to sell an inherited home

A large number of people who inherit homes prefer to have cash rather than the home itself. If you’ve inherited a home you do not want, you should be aware that there are certain legal requirements that must be met before the home can be sold. Although the process to sell an inherited home is a bit more complicated than selling your own home, if you know these few steps the process won’t be so intimidating.

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How to sell your house without a realtor

If you are looking to sell your home quickly to improve your finances, you may be interested in selling your house without a realtor. Realtors can take a long time to sell your home, and they take substantial fees. When you sell your home through a real estate agent, you can plan to lose about 7% of the money from your home in fees for your agent and your buyer’s agent. That is money that you take from your home’s equity, which you will never get back.

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Sell House To Pay Off Debt

Consider Your Debt Carefully. Although debt isn’t something most people want to deal with, it’s a reality of life. Certain loans can be considered “good debt” and weigh less heavily on your financial future. These types of loans generally include your automobile, mortgage, and student loans. Low interest loans can be paid down by making an extra payment each month until the loan is paid off. This is often the best way to pay down low interest debt.

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