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How to Find a Home Despite Low Inventory

California has been in the middle of a housing shortage for years now, and there doesn’t seem to be a light at the end of the tunnel as far as beefing up inventory anytime soon to adequately meet demand. When sellers have the upper hand in a situation like this, buyers can be left feeling frustrated and empty-handed.

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How to Figure Out How Much of Your Income Should Be Spent on a Mortgage

Before you start pounding the pavement in search of your next home and book showings, you might want to find out exactly how much you can afford first. There’s no sense in looking in the $600,000 range, for instance, if you can only realistically afford a home worth $300,000.

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Pros and Cons of Owner Financing

A home purchase is a very expensive one and typically requires some type of financing. The more common way to finance such a large purchase is to obtain a mortgage from a lender or bank, but there are other more creative ways to get your hands on the money you need to pay for your new home.

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INFOGRAPHIC: C.A.R.’s End-of-Year December Sales and Price Stats

The housing market in California may have struggled as a result of a squeeze on inventory and affordability issues, but it ended off 2016 in a healthy position. Sales may not have been their strongest in December, but home prices remained high at the close of the year.

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Why a "Pending Sale" Doesn’t Mean That Dream Home is Off the Market Just Yet

If you’re on the hunt for a new house, you’ve likely been scoping out all sorts of listings online. Out of all the thousands of listings that you come across, you may have stumbled upon one that you can really see yourself living in.

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Sell or Rent Out Your Home? How to Decide

Whatever your reason may be for wanting to relocate, selling is typically on the agenda. However, you might not necessarily have to give up title to the property in favor of another home. While selling is certainly a popular and viable option, you may also want to consider the possibility of retaining ownership of the home and renting it out instead.

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Buying New Construction? Why You Need an Agent to Help

It’s customary to call a real estate professional to help you when you’re on the prowl for a resale home, but what about if you’re interested in new construction? Isn’t it enough just to deal with the builder to choose a lot, select your home’s layout, and seal the deal? After all, you don’t have to deal with a seller or need a home inspection.

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10 Common Fees Paid By Home Sellers in California

Most sellers are well aware that there are real estate commission fees that come with selling a property. However, there are plenty of other expenses that Californians need to budget for once the selling process is done in order to budget accordingly.

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Why FSBO Can End Up Costing You in the Long Run

Without professional representation from a licensed real estate agent, your home runs the risk of sticking around on the market longer than it needs to. The longer it lingers, the higher the odds of having to end up reducing the price just to attract an offer.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Costs Involved in a Bathroom Remodel

Depending on the scope of your bathroom remodeling job, the costs can vary a great deal. A number of factors can affect the overall price, including the details of the job, the materials used, and even the area you live in.

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