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INFOGRAPHIC: Habits of a Successful Seller

Some homes are sold in a matter of hours, while others tend to take forever to find a willing buyer. If you want to avoid the latter situation, consider adopting the following habits.

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Home Features That May Not Add Any Value to Your Home

Certain features in a home have stood the test of time in terms of adding value to a property, while others often don’t bring in the type of ROI that sellers usually look for when they sell.

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5 Things Buyers Should Know About Purchasing a Vacation Home

The thought of having a place of your own to retreat to whenever you feel like getting away sounds nice, doesn’t it? That’s the beauty of having your own vacation home.

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Multi-Family Homes: The Pros and Cons

There are plenty of ways to invest in real estate, and multi-family housing is a popular one.

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What Can You Learn From Visiting Open Houses?

While not necessarily a requirement when you’re on the hunt for a new home, attending open houses can give you the opportunity to scope out properties that are available on the market.

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Photo Mistakes That Can Sabotage Your Listing

The vast majority of homebuyers search online during the house-hunting process, which means your listing better be in tip-top shape before buyers set their sights on your property.

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

After a steady decline in existing home sales throughout the summer, sales across the US have leveled off in August.

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How Does Your Primary Residence Impact Capital Gains Taxes When You Sell?

Planning on selling? There’s plenty to consider, including whether or not you’ll potentially be subject to capital gains taxes.

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How Can Buyers Tell if a Seller is Willing to Negotiate?

Every buyer wants to get a deal on things that they buy, and real estate is no exception.

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Loopholes in Homeowners Insurance Policies

As a homeowner, you obviously need a homeowners insurance policy. It’s a no-brainer, and it’s also required if you want to keep your mortgage.

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