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8 Tips For Selling a Unique Home

Selling a cookie-cutter house can be a challenge because you’ve got to go the extra mile to make it unique enough to stand out from the rest. But what about when your home is so unique and quirky that buyers find it downright strange?

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6 Questions Every Buyer Should Ask the Seller Before Move-in Day

There are obviously plenty of questions that you should ask sellers before you even put in an offer on a home. This will help ensure that you’re making a sound buying decision. After all, this is a huge investment that should only be done with due diligence.

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These Things Will Have Your Mortgage Denied, Even After Pre-Approval

Real estate professionals will always advise their buyer clients to get pre-approved for a mortgage. Why? For a few reasons.

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How a Pre-Listing Home Inspection Can Speed Up the Real Estate Transaction

The majority of residential real estate contracts typically come with a contingency that allows the buyer to have the home inspected by a professional before the deal is sealed. Buyers usually pay for this service themselves, while sellers simply allow them to book a few hours to inspect the home from top to bottom. So, if the buyer is arranging – and paying for – a home inspection, why should you as a seller pay to have your own pre-inspection done?

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INFOGRAPHIC: California Sales Report For April 2017

After a strong first quarter in 2017 for sales in California, the second quarter started off a tad slow. While sales improved in higher-priced housing segments across the state, they slowed in lower-priced markets. Having said that, the median home price in California has been trending upward every year since March 2012 and is currently at its highest level in almost a decade.

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What’s the Difference Between Market and Assessed Value?

If you’re planning to sell your home some time soon, knowing its current market value is extremely important in order to price your home right. Of course, many sellers tend to believe that their homes are worth a lot more than what they really are. But it’s not wise to establish a listing price based solely on what you might think your property is worth.

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Buying a Home With a Pool? You Should Have it Inspected

A swimming pool is not exactly a foreign feature among homes. In fact, if you’re looking to buy a home, the odds of finding one with a pool are pretty high, especially further south. And just like any other component in a home, they’re subject to break down over time.

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5 Savvy Tips to Packing Delicate Items When You Move

The odds of your most fragile belongings suffering damage during a big move are pretty high if the necessary precautions aren’t taken into consideration. It’s vital that you take the time to properly package and label your delicate items in order to make sure that they arrive to their final destination in one piece.

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6 Signs Your HOA Might Be in Bad Shape

Condominium living might not be for everyone, but there are definite perks to them, including affordability, desirable location, and access to amenities. They’re particularly well suited for those who like the idea of having someone else take care of many aspects of their property for them.

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Myths Vs. Facts About Home Appraisals

Appraisals are almost always a part of a real estate transaction, but many buyers and sellers often have misconceptions about what they are and how they’re carried out. Even those who have some experience buying and selling in the past may still be misinformed about appraisals.

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