Posts filed under: Home selling tips

There may come a time where you need to obtain a personal loan. One of the most common reasons for applying for a personal loan is to help pay financial obligations, such as high-interest debt or in many cases medical...
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There are all kinds of reasons why your current home no longer works for you. Perhaps you have had a career or family change, or maybe you are looking to downsize to a smaller home. No matter what your reason,...
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If you want to sell your home, then you need to consider the cost of realtor fees and how the cost will affect your bottom line. When it comes to buying or selling a home, many people recommend that sellers...
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When trying to sell your home, remember that not everyone will have the “flipping,” DIY or imaginative mentality to visualize your house updated, decorated or remodeled.  So, were going to give you some hints on home staging, so you can...
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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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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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