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One-Story Vs. Two-Story Homes: Which One Should You Buy?

Buying a home is a big deal, and comes with plenty of important decisions that need to be made. If it’s a single-detached property that you’re looking for, you might be struggling to choose between one-story or two-story homes.

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7 Unsightly Home Features That Buyers Should Have an Open Mind About

Buyers are often unable to visualize what a home can potentially look like before any updates have been made. That’s why it’s highly recommended for sellers to employ a professional home stager to revamp their home in order to help it appear more attractive to buyers on the prowl.

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Current Real Estate Market Compared To The Last Several Years

I recently saw an article in the Orange County Register that compared our current real estate market compared to the last several years. Here are some interesting comparisons

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7 Tips to Snag the Best Deal on a Home Purchase

Homebuyers are always in search of the lowest price on a home purchase. The more house you can get with the smallest amount of money, the better. But snagging a great deal on a home requires a few savvy tactics aside from blatantly throwing the seller a lowball offer. If you go about things the right way, you just might be able to walk away with the home of your dreams at a price you can comfortably handle.

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What is a ‘Land Contract’ All About?

Sellers have various avenues they can take to offer buyers incentives to purchase their homes, and one of them is through seller financing. Most home purchases are done with the assistance of financing in order to help make it feasible for buyers to claim title on a property, and sometimes buyers can turn to the seller themselves rather than the bank when it comes to obtaining financing for a home.

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6 Things Sellers Should Know About Capital Gains Taxes

Home values have skyrocketed over recent years in many markets across the country. Homeowners who decide to sell anytime can potentially make a big profit if they have a lot more equity in the home compared to what is still owed on their mortgage.

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INFOGRAPHIC: This is Where All the Energy is Going in Your Home

Out of all the energy consumption in the U.S., about 40% is used by residential and commercial properties. More specifically, residences rank third highest in energy consumption in the country. Given these stats, what is all this energy going towards in the average American home?

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Real Estate Transaction Fee to Fund Affordable Housing Approved By California State Senate

The housing affordability issue has been a dire one throughout the state of California for some time now, but perhaps there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. Recently, the California State Senate approved a real estate transaction fee that could make as much as $300 million available in funding to build more affordable housing across the state.

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The Role of the Real Estate Agent Explained: Sellers

Whether you’re on the buying or selling end of a real estate transaction, the process can often be a complicated one, especially for first-timers. Buying or selling a home is unlike any other type of transaction and can be filled with all sorts of complexities that the average person will have trouble handling appropriately.

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