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The 5 Types of Real Estate Investments

June 19, 2019

Are you getting your start in real estate? You’ve come to the right place. There are five different types of real estate that are important to know, especially if you’re starting out as an investor. Whether your interest is in commercial, residential, industrial, mixed-use, or land–we’ve got you covered. Before you dive into real estate investing, however, […]


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The Starbucks Effect – How Starbucks Stores Affect Home Values

June 11, 2019

Having a Starbucks location nearby is great for coffee drinkers. However, did you know the benefit it has for homeowners? The Starbucks effect adds value to help homeowners maximize their real estate investment. While people can have differing opinions about Starbuck – see all of the mania surrounding their Christmas, I mean holiday cups – one thing is […]


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4 Reasons To Buy A Home This Summer

June 5, 2019

Here are four reasons to consider buying today instead of waiting. 1. Prices Will Continue to Rise CoreLogic’s latest U.S. Home Price Insights reports that home prices have appreciated by 3.7% over the last 12 months. The same report predicts that prices will continue to increase at a rate of 4.8% over the next year. Home values will […]


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Smooth Out the Mortgage Application Process by Getting One Step Ahead of Your Lender

May 8, 2019

When Should You Apply for a Mortgage? Bankruptcy/Foreclosure If you’ve recently filed for bankruptcy or foreclosure, wait until after the bankruptcy/foreclosure period is over to apply for a loan. That’s typically two years from the date the bankruptcy has been discharged. You can borrow to buy a home before the discharge, but expect higher interest rates […]


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Looking To Upgrade Your Current Home? Now’s The Time To Move-Up!

April 10, 2019

In every area of the country, homes that are priced at the top 25% of the price range for that area are considered to be Premium Homes. In today’s real estate market there are deals to be had at the higher end! This is great news for homeowners who want to upgrade from their current house […]


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NAR’s Generational Trends: Boomerang Kids, and Millennials on the Move

April 3, 2019

Adult children are moving in with their parents, and affecting their home-buying preferences—but baby boomers, who have conventionally driven the trend, are not the only generation to be impacted by it, according to new research. In fact, to accommodate boomerang kids, one in six Generation X homebuyers (born between 1961-1981) went the multigenerational route, and […]


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4 Lawn Care Tips For a Lush Spring

March 27, 2019

Longer days and blossoming flowers of spring mean that it is time to prepare your lawn to spend more time outdoors. These lawn care tips can ensure that your lawn is lush and ready to go for the season and into the heat of summer. 1. Dethatch Dethatch to rid your lawn of dying or […]


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What Credit Score Do You Need To Buy A House?

March 20, 2019

There are many misconceptions about the credit score needed to buy a house. Recently, it was reported that 24% of renters believe they need a 780-800 credit score to be considered for a mortgage. The reality is they are misinformed! Only 25% of the Americans have a FICO® Score between 740 and 800. Here is the breakdown […]


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2019 Will Be A Great Year For Buyers AND Sellers

March 13, 2019

Many homeowners believe that rising interest rates and home prices have scared away buyers and therefore have not listed their houses for sale. However, the truth is that buyers who were unable to find a home last year are out in force, and there are even more coming! NerdWallet’s 2018 Home Buyer Report revealed that: “Approximately one-third (32%) of Americans plan […]


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What is an Adjustable-Rate Mortgage?

February 26, 2019

When buying a home, many of us will require financing to make the purchase. There are several types of loans available to you. An ARM – or Adjustable-Rate Mortgage – is popular for its low-interest rate, but be careful. There is a catch. Understand what you are getting into when obtaining an ARM. What is […]


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