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Waiting to Buy a Home?

Waiting to Buy a Home?

You May Miss Out on Low Interest Rates!In December, the Federal Reserve raised the key interest rate by a quarter-point to a range of 0.25% to 0.5%, the first rate increase in nearly a decade. While some experts expect the Fed to raise rates gradually this year, some...

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Thinking of Buying or Selling?

Thinking of Buying or Selling?

Here are some essential tips for sellers and aspiring home buyers. Make sure you also lean into your trusted real estate professional for additional insight and guidance.SMART STRATEGIES FOR SELLERSPutting a home up for sale can be stressful, and some owners have a...

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What buyers must disclose before selling

What buyers must disclose before selling

Certified home inspectors are required to uphold a code of ethics in the course of their work. According to the National Association of Home Inspectors, these professionals have a duty to the homeowner to alert them to any "immediate threats to health or safety [that]...

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How to Boost Curb Appeal

How to Boost Curb Appeal

If you’re thinking of selling this year, I would be happy to help you decide which of these projects would net the best value based on my experience. Even if you’re not planning to sell any time soon, updating and maintaining your home regularly shows you take pride...

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More Customers?

More Customers?

As a business owner or sales representative you are usually always looking for more business. More business means more customers, meaning more money. However, do you really need more customers? Can you define specifically who those customers are? Learn More

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Over 20 Ways to Grow Your Business

Over 20 Ways to Grow Your Business

As a business owner, you have to make a lot of decisions about how and where you spend your hard earned money. With so many areas of your business demanding resources, you might feel like you can’t afford to spend money on costly strategies that might not even lead to...

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What buyers must disclose before selling

Certified home inspectors are required to uphold a code of ethics in the course of their work. According to the National Association of Home Inspectors, these professionals have a duty to the homeowner to alert them to any "immediate threats to health or safety...

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Benefits of Great Credit

Benefits of Great Credit

Whether you want a loan to make a large purchase or you’re applying for a job, a high credit score may give you an advantage. It not only helps you secure a lower interest rate and save money over the life of your loans, it also demonstrates to lenders and potential...

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Benefits of Debt Reduction

Benefits of Debt Reduction

If you’ve set a goal to pay down your debt this year, you’re not alone. According to a study by NerdWallet, more than 40% of Americans have this goal in sight. Strategically reducing or paying off debt benefits your finances tremendously, but can positively impact...

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Pros and Cons of the New Tax Law

Pros and Cons of the New Tax Law

The best course of action for businesses looking to reap the benefits of tax reform? Act with confidence and plan for the best. After more than 30 years of no serious change to the American tax code, Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on December 22, 2017....

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Home Owners Policy Questions

Home Owners Policy Questions

When owning a home you start to realize how much there is to fix and insurance is always a must. However, when you obtain home insurance you often forget to ask many coverage questions. Learn More

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Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Landscaping?

Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Landscaping?

Creating a perfectly landscaped yard requires an investment of time, money and effort. But damage to landscaping from events like fires, thefts, or vandalism can quickly undo your hard work. So if you’re proud of your beautifully landscaped yard, you’ll likely want to...

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Do I Need Homeowners or Landlord Insurance?

Do I Need Homeowners or Landlord Insurance?

Suppose you have a single-family home that you want to rent out full time. What kind of insurance do you need to help protect your place? You most likely need a landlord policy. But if you plan to have tenants only sporadically, homeowners insurance may be a better...

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What is a 1031 Exchange?

What is a 1031 Exchange?

One of the most common real estate investment transactions is the 1031 Exchange. Simply put, a 1031 Exchange (also called a “like-kind” exchange) is the swap of one investment asset for another which defers capital gains taxes on profits.A like-kind asset refers to...

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