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Tax Perks of Buying a Home

It might not quite be time to file your taxes just yet, but it’s important to understand all the ways that you can take advantage of the tax perks available to homeowners.

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What’s the Difference Between Foreclosures and Short Sales?

Short sales and foreclosures were rampant a decade ago when the housing market crashed and millions of homeowners found themselves underwater on their mortgages.

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What Repairs Provide Sellers With the Highest ROI?

Updating and upgrading your home is a great idea if you plan to sell any time soon.

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INFOGRAPHIC: 10 Most Expensive Places to Rent in the US in 2018

Buying a home might be an expensive endeavor, but renting can also be incredibly pricey, especially in specific parts of the country.

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What Standards Does a Property Have to Meet in Order to Secure an FHA Loan?

FHA loans are attractive mortgage options for borrowers who may find it challenging to get approved for a conventional mortgage.

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INFOGRAPHIC: NAR’s Existing Home Sales Report For September 2018

September saw a dip in existing-home sales across the US from the month before, likely a result of rising interest rates.

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7 Must-Do’s When House Hunting

House hunting is an exciting time. When you’re finally ready to buy a home, the next logical step would be to scope out different homes on the market in order to find the one that you fall in love with and meets all your needs.

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What Happens if the Home Fails the Home Inspection?

It’s pretty common for home inspections to be part of the home buying process.

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Is a Rent-to-Own Program Right For You?

What if there was a way to pay rent and not have to come up with a massive down payment for a home, but end up owning your home at the end of the day?

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INFOGRAPHIC: California’s Housing Market Forecast For 2019

The spike in home prices in California over the last few years as a result of the shortage in housing inventory has already caused obvious signs of wear on the market, but it’s expected that such a scenario will be even tougher on the housing market into 2019.

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