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INFOGRAPHIC: California Sales Report For April 2018

Here are some pertinent stats surrounding housing market activity in California in April, as compiled by the California Association of Realtors (CAR).

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What’s the Difference Between ‘Exurbs’ and ‘Suburbs’?

City living is ideal for many people, especially those who work in the downtown core or who simply like to be in the center of the action. But living in urban centers is typically expensive, especially when compared to homes located in the outskirts.

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What Documents Are Needed to Get a Mortgage?

Getting a mortgage is a crucial part of the home buying process unless you’ve got the funds to make an all-cash deal.

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What is a “Proof of Funds” Letter in a Real Estate Purchase?

If you were selling your home, would you want to be absolutely certain that the buyers are able to secure a mortgage to make the real estate deal go through? Of course, you would, and that’s exactly what the purpose of a “proof of funds” letter is.

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What to Look For When Buying a Flipped Property

There are a lot of real estate investors out there looking to make some good money fixing and flipping houses. And if you’ve been watching your favorite programs on HGTV and the like, you may have noticed that flipping houses for a profit is big business.

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Title Insurance 101: Everything You Need to Know

Buying a new home can certainly be an overwhelming and sometimes frightening thing, especially if you’re completely new to this game.

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INFOGRAPHIC: N.A.R.’s Existing Home Sales Report For March 2018

Here are some stats surrounding the existing home sales activity in March 2018, according to the National Association of Realtors.

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What is the MLS and How Does it Work?

Whether you’re a newbie buyer or seller or have bought and sold homes a few times over the years, you’ve most likely heard of the MLS, or Multiple Listing Service.

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What’s the Difference Between Replacement Cost Vs Actual Cash Value in Home Insurance?

You pay homeowner’s insurance, and although you never want to have to use it, there may be some unfortunate circumstances that may require you to file a claim. Of course, it’s important to crunch the numbers to make sure that it makes financial sense to start a claim, considering the fact that there’s a deductible to pay and an increase in premiums to deal with.

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