Tips for Selling a House

You want to sell your house, but you are facing one potentially vexing problem: the mountain of repairs you never got around to in your home. Fortunately for you, some buyers are more than willing to part with their money to buy your home as-is. An as-is clause makes a buyer responsible for all home
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Are you thinking about selling your home to a cash buyer? If you’re deciding between an all-cash offer and a financed offer, are you wondering whether it makes a difference anyway? Either way you choose, you’ll still get paid, but selling your house for cash has unique rewards and risks.  Some owners want to sell
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While many homeowners will go through a traditional lender to finance their home, it’s not the only option available. Seller financing can provide potential benefits to home buyers and sellers alike. Seller financing, or owner financing, is a home buying process that lets the potential home buyer buy directly from the current homeowner. Seller financing
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Homeownership is usually a lifelong journey. For many people, sizing up happens over time as families and budgets grow. If you’re thinking about moving from your current home into a bigger home, we’ll help you determine whether it makes sense and what factors you should consider along the way. What Are the Signs You Are
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Most of the time, when people buy their first home, they’re not thinking too much about what to do when they move. But as the years go by, different housing options might come to mind. You’ve probably heard – and seen on TV – that investing in real estate can make you money. Maybe you’re
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When touring homes or checking out prospects online, do you ever admire the decor of a home so much that you wish you could buy it as-is? Or maybe you’ve experienced the opposite. Maybe you saw the perfect home, but something was off about the way it was decorated. That’s the power – good, bad
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Fizzbo. 🤡  No, it’s not the name of a party clown. It’s how you pronounce “FSBO,” the acronym of “for sale by owner.” Maybe you’ve seen a FSBO home listed online and wondered how different the buying process is from buying a home that’s listed the standard way.  Or maybe you’re about to put your
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