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How to Improve the Energy Efficiency of Your Doors and Windows

How does saving a few hundred bucks every year in energy bills sound to you?

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INFOGRAPHIC: Annual Salary Needed to Buy a Home in These California Cities

Median home prices in California remain some of the highest in the country, and the respective salaries required to support a mortgage in these cities are also relatively high.

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How Long Should it Take to Sell a House?

As a seller, you’ve got clear goals: sell your home for a pretty penny, and find a buyer within a reasonable amount of time.

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Common Reasons Why Homeowners Insurance Claims Are Rejected

You pay good money to have your home covered with a homeowners’ insurance policy, so when damage is done to it, you expect your claim to go through and a check to mailed to you soon after.

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Should You Buy Mortgage Insurance?

As a homebuyer, you’re already paying expenses left and right.

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INFOGRAPHIC: California Sales Report For April 2018

Housing inventory in California may have shrunk slightly in May, but the statewide home price has reached new heights in over a decade.

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Should You Take Your Home off the Market?

Every seller hopes for the best when they first put their home on the market. Getting a great offer shortly after listing and selling for top dollar are obvious goals for sellers.

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7 Things That Sellers Should Leave Behind When They Sell

You’ve successfully sold your home and are ready to pack up all your belongings to haul over to your new abode.

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Should You Renew Your Lease?

You’ve lived in your rental unit for a while now, but your lease is coming due. Now’s the time to start thinking about whether or not to continue on with your current landlord and remain in the premises, or move onto something else.

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Should You Leave Your Home Vacant When Selling?

A clean, clutter-free home obviously shows better than a home that’s messy and not appropriately decorated or furnished. But does that necessarily mean that a home is better off being completely vacant when it’s on the market?

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